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Tru by Hilton Breaks Ground on Third Property

Tru by Hilton Breaks Ground on Third Property

CHEYENNE, Wyo.—Hilton Worldwide has broken ground on a new Tru by Hilton property located in Cheyenne, Wyo. The celebration marked the third groundbreaking of the company’s Tru by Hilton brand. Demonstrating Tru’s commitment to breaking the mold at every occasion, ...

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Marriott, Starwood Extend Merger Review Period

Marriott, Starwood Extend Merger Review Period

BETHESDA, Md.—Marriott International, Inc. and Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. today announced that, at the request of the Chinese Ministry of Commerce, they have agreed to extend the time period for MOFCOM to complete its review of the Marriott-Starwood ...

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New Points of Reference in Revenue Management

New Points of Reference in Revenue Management

Revenue management software is an integral tool in any hotelier’s toolkit. And, with the ever-evolving technology landscape, new trends are emerging in the software, making it more detailed, accurate, and easier to use. Ravneet Bhandari, CEO of revenue management startup ...

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Construction Begins on DoubleTree Lafayette East

Construction Begins on DoubleTree Lafayette East

MCLEAN, Va.—Hilton Worldwide and Dora Hotel Company have announced that construction has started on the new DoubleTree by Hilton Lafayette East hotel in Lafayette, Ind. The newly renovated, six-story, 128-room hotel and conference center will be located on the site ...

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California Hotel Development on Fire

California is experiencing a hotel development boom, with more than 17,000 rooms under construction and 84,000 more in the pipeline. San Diego is leading the hotel explosion this year, having opened six hotels in 2016. Los Angeles has 37 hotels ...

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Hilton, Marriott Among Best Travel Brands

Most hotel brands demonstrate stronger brand equity than airline, cruise, and online travel service brands, Harris Poll’s 2016 EquiTrend Study found. Hilton surpassed Marriott and Hyatt among full-service hotel brands, while W reclaimed its top spot for the first time ...

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