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Modular Construction: Is It Right For Your Hotel?

While more and more U.S. hoteliers are jumping on the modular construction bandwagon, not every project is suited for this type of development. Before starting a new-build hotel construction project, hoteliers should ask themselves a number of questions before committing ...

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Hotel Execs Talk New Cancellation Policies

Several hotel companies—including Marriott, IHG, Hyatt, and Hilton—have recently introduced policies that require guests to cancel reservations within 24 or 48 hours to avoid penalties. They argue that the policies help owners better control their inventories. Hotel executives share their ...

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Rockbridge RTRX Event Raises $1 Million for Cancer Research

Rockbridge RTRX Event Raises $1 Million for Cancer Research

Columbus, Ohio–Rockbridge hosted the sixth-annual leadership and innovation event, Rock the Road Experience (RTRX) held August 3-6, 2017 in Columbus, Ohio. RTRX united business leaders through the triple bottom line theme of business, inspiration, and purpose. Proceeds, sponsorship, and team ...

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Home2 Suites To Join Mixed-Use Biltmore Station Development

Home2 Suites To Join Mixed-Use Biltmore Station Development

Asheville, N.C.—Aston Properties has sold a two-acre site at Biltmore Station in Asheville, N.C., for the development of a new four-story hotel and mixed-use retail and office space. Baywood Hotels, a Maryland-based hospitality management company, plans to start construction during ...

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Positive Outlook for Hotels in Q4 2017

New data from TravelClick is showing ADR growth and an increase in bookings across travel segments for the upcoming fourth quarter. Bookings for group and transient segments are expected to grow, although an increase in bookings for transient leisure travel ...

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