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The Global Hotel Construction Pipeline Is Growing

PORTSMOUTH, N.H.—The total hotel pipeline for every country and market in the world stands at 12,190 projects and 2,029,231 rooms, up 8 percent by projects year over year (YOY), according to Lodging Econometrics’ Global Hotel Construction Pipeline Trend Report. The ...

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Red Roof Launches First Soft Brand—The Red Collection

Red Roof Launches First Soft Brand—The Red Collection

CHICAGO—Red Roof has launched the company’s first soft brand in its 44-year history—The Red Collection. The St. Clair Hotel in Downtown Chicago will become the soft brand’s first property in 2018. The Red Collection is a portfolio of upscale economy to ...

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Update on Caribbean Tourism, Island by Island

After Hurricanes Irma and Maria swept through the Caribbean, the storms left the areas’ islands and their residents in various states of devastation and recovery. At the same time, these islands took an economic hit when the storms put a ...

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B&Bs for Vets Salutes U.S. Soldiers

As Veterans’ Day approaches, independent properties are coming together to offer complimentary stays for those who served their country. An initiative of the Association of Independent Hospitality Professionals, the B&B for Vets program offers free nights on or around Veterans’ Day at participating ...

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Study: 2017 A Record Year for GDS Hotel Bookings

Study: 2017 A Record Year for GDS Hotel Bookings

NEW YORK–Travel agents are continuing to report a record use of global distribution systems (GDS) to make hotel reservations, according to a study of 900 travel agents in 52 countries by TravelClick and market research firm Phoenix Marketing International. The ...

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