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Hyatt Arlington Transitions to Hyatt Centric

Hyatt Arlington Transitions to Hyatt Centric

ARLINGTON, Va.—Hyatt Centric Arlington today becomes the latest hotel to join Hyatt’s new Hyatt Centric portfolio of hotels. Situated in the heart of downtown Rosslyn, Va., just minutes outside of Arlington and Washington, D.C., Hyatt Centric Arlington was rebranded from ...

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Puerto Rico Tourism Group Optimistic About 2017

Puerto Rico Tourism Group Optimistic About 2017

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico—Experiencing a 96 percent reduction in the number of new Zika cases since the peak in October 2016, the Puerto Rico Tourism Company (PRTC) is optimistic heading into 2017. Over the past ten weeks, there has been ...

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Using Smartphone Tech to Counter Criminal Activity

Using Smartphone Tech to Counter Criminal Activity

Cyber security has a prominent place in all hotel security profiles. The hospitality industry can use many technological advances to more easily and effectively protect themselves and their clients against theft, fraud, and other criminal activity, whether on-site or virtual. ...

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Hotel Trends That Will Prevail in 2017

The hospitality industry is dependent on keeping up with the trends that guests care about most. In 2017, there will be six popular trends that most hotels will want to adopt if they haven’t already: In-room technology; increased dining options; lowered ...

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Some N.Y. Operators Report Softened Sales

New York tour operators are reporting softer-than-normal sales. The drop is not enough to raise major concerns—after all, New York City is expected to set a record with 60.3 million visitors in 2016. However, New York hotel operators have had ...

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