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Hotel Tech Moves to the Cloud

According to a report from purchasing advice company Software Advice, hotels are increasingly looking to cloud-based systems to help improve processes. The report notes that 96 percent of hotel software buyers are now looking for a cloud-based system due to ...

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High-end NYC Hotels House Homeless

With space in homeless shelters extremely limited, New York City has been increasingly falling back on booking hotel rooms to get a roof over people’s heads. And, some of the hotels tapped by the city are high-end properties like the New Yorker, the ...

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AccorHotels Partners with Travelsify

AccorHotels has started working with Travelsify—a startup that analyzes hotels reviews to find what guests are looking for when booking a hotel—to launch a “MoodMatch” search function on its website. Available now in France and the U.K., MoodMatch lets guests book ...

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Laptop Ban Not Deterring Bookings

According to Abu Dhabi-based airline Etihad Airways, the U.S. ban on electronic devices larger than a mobile phone on flights direct form the Middle East, North Africa, and Turkey is not negatively impacting bookings, which remain healthy. To read more, click ...

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French Quarter Debut for Homewood Suites By Hilton

French Quarter Debut for Homewood Suites By Hilton

Homewood Suites by Hilton, part of Hilton’s All Suites portfolio, announced on March 24 the official opening of its newest property, Homewood Suites by Hilton New Orleans French Quarter. The four-story, 207-suite hotel, located at 317 N Rampart, is the first Homewood Suites ...

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5th Gear Shift Symposium Empowers Women in Lodging

5th Gear Shift Symposium Empowers Women in Lodging

Boston, MA – This past weekend, Boston University’s School of Hospitality Administration (BU SHA) hosted its first 5th Gear Shift: Women Navigating & Powering Your Career, a weekend-long symposium designed to educate female students on the skills, knowledge, perspectives, and ...

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