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JLL Arranges $175 Million Sale of St. Regis San Francisco

JLL Arranges $175 Million Sale of St. Regis San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO—JLL has arranged the sale of the St. Regis San Francisco on behalf of Marriott International. Qatar Investment Authority purchased the 260-key property for $175 million subject to a long-term management contract. International Director John Strauss and Vice President ...

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W Las Vegas Debuts Within SLS Las Vegas

W Las Vegas Debuts Within SLS Las Vegas

NEW YORK—W Hotels Worldwide, now part of Marriott International, made its much anticipated Sin City debut with the Dec. 1 opening of W Las Vegas. W transformed a 289-room tower of SLS Las Vegas, providing guests an elevated hotel-within-a-hotel experience, ...

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Hilton Board Approves Spin-off of Park and HGV

Hilton Worldwide Holdings today announced that its board of directors has approved the distribution to its shareholders of all of the outstanding shares of Park Hotels & Resorts, which will become the holder of a portfolio of hotels and resorts ...

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IHG Opens Avalon, Calif., Holiday Inn

IHG Opens Avalon, Calif., Holiday Inn

ATLANTA—InterContinental Hotels Group announces the opening of the 75-room Holiday Inn Resort Catalina Island hotel in Avalon, Calif. This property is the second Holiday Inn Resort location in California, joining the Holiday Inn Resort The Lodge at Big Bear Lake ...

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MGM National Harbor to Open New Dining Experiences

MGM National Harbor to Open New Dining Experiences

Blossom and Felt Bar & Lounge are new experiences set to open Dec. 8 inside the new MGM National Harbor. These two venues will redefine high-class nightlife with their mixology, edge, and design. Sitting in the center of the casino ...

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What Amenities Are on the Way Out?

According to a new survey from the American Hotel & Lodging Association, on-site spas, swimming pools, and guestrooms that allow smoking are going out of style. The study found that 36 percent of hotels have an indoor pool and 43 ...

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