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RLH Corporation Plans Three New Franchised Properties

RLH Corporation Plans Three New Franchised Properties

RLH Corporation announced that the company agreed to open a new franchised Red Lion Hotel in Arlington, Virginia and Americas Best Value Inns in Charlotte, North Carolina and Odessa, Texas. The Red Lion Hotel Arlington Rosslyn/Iwo Jima will have 141 ...

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Asheville Hotels To Support Anti-Hunger Initiative

Asheville Hotels To Support Anti-Hunger Initiative

Asheville, NC—Next month, 29 Asheville-area hotels will embark on a month-long collaboration to help feed thousands of families who face hunger every day across Western North Carolina. Sweet Dreams, Full Plates: Hospitality Feeds Families will take place throughout the entire month ...

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Running a Pet-Friendly Hotel

According to a recent survey from the American Hotel & Lodging Association, 51 percent of hotels in the United States allow pets. While most people who travel with their furry friends are careful to keep them safe and sound in ...

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W Bellevue Opens New-Build Lakeside Property

W Bellevue Opens New-Build Lakeside Property

NEW YORK—W Hotels Worldwide has opened W Bellevue, the first new-build W Hotel in North America in more than seven years. The tech-forward property’s design embraces the region’s innovation and natural surroundings, paying homage to lakeside culture with cabin-like architecture, ...

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Top 10 U.S. Destinations for Labor Day 2017

Top 10 U.S. Destinations for Labor Day 2017

Labor Day weekend is one of the busiest travel times of the summer. Last year, the weekend saw more air travel than other popular summer holidays for travel, including Memorial Day and Independence Day, according to data from Expedia. This ...

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BENCHMARK Names 2017’s Top Food Trends

BENCHMARK Names 2017’s Top Food Trends

This year, chefs are becoming farmers, old-fashioned drinks are in vogue, and onions are appearing in unlikely places, according to an analysis of food trends by hospitality company, BENCHMARK. The company attributes many of the trends to so-called “millennials” with ...

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