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Upscale Chain Projects Represent 31 Percent of U.S. Pipeline

According to a recent United States Construction Pipeline Trend Report from Lodging Econometrics, hotel development in the upscale chain scale represents 1,384 projects, 31 percent of the total pipeline. The leading upscale brands are Residence Inn with 168 projects, Courtyard ...

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R.D. Olson Completes Paséa Hotel & Spa

R.D. Olson Completes Paséa Hotel & Spa

IRVINE, Calif.—R.D. Olson Construction has announced the completion of its latest hotel project, Paséa Hotel & Spa in the heart of downtown Huntington Beach, Calif., and directly across from the famous Huntington Beach Pier, which draws more than 16 million ...

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U.S. Travelers Drive Global Tourism Growth

The U.S. was one of the largest foreign markets for several of the world’s most-visited cities in 2015, with some of these cities posting double-digit growth from U.S. arrivals, Skift reports. This notable growth is expected to continue. To read ...

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South Korean Firms Eye U.S. Hotel Market

Following the acquisition of a number of high-profile properties on the West Coast and in Hawaii by South Korean investors, lodging experts have identified South Korean interest in U.S. assets an emerging trend in the industry. According to an official ...

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HNA Hospitality Group Denies Talks With AccorHotels

Chinese conglomerate HNA Hospitality Group has not held talks with AccorHotels to buy shares in the French hotel group and has no plans to have such discussion, the company said over the weekend. HNA issued the statement in response to ...

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21c Museum Hotels Opens in Oklahoma City

21c Museum Hotels Opens in Oklahoma City

LOUISVILLE, Ky.—21c Museum Hotels has opened its sixth property, located at 900 W Main Street in downtown Oklahoma City, Okla. The property is an adaptive reuse of the Oklahoma City Ford Motor Company Assembly Plant; a contemporary interpretation of the ...

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