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RLHC Opens Hotel RL Olympia

RLHC Opens Hotel RL Olympia

OLYMPIA, Wash.—RLHC (Red Lion Hotels Corporation) has announced the opening of Hotel RL Olympia. The hotel was built in 1969 and has undergone a multi-million dollar transformation to be rebranded as a Hotel RL. Hotel RL Olympia is the first ...

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Google Ups the Ante in Travel Searching

Google is continuing to expand its travel offerings, building upon Google Flights and Google Destinations with additional shopping tools and data to help guests get the best deals. The company said mobile travel and shopping searches increased by 30 percent year-over-year, prompting ...

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Hotel Covington Announces Coppin’s Restaurant & Bar

Hotel Covington Announces Coppin’s Restaurant & Bar

COVINGTON, Ky.—Opening August 2016 in the historic Coppin’s Department Store building, Hotel Covington announces Coppin’s Restaurant & Bar in its first floor lobby led by Executive Chef Brendan Haren. Drawing influence from the “North meets South” cuisine reflective of its ...

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My Place Hotels Announces Missouri Debut

My Place Hotels Announces Missouri Debut

Independence, Mo.—Travelers in the Kansas City metropolitan area will soon enjoy the redefined quality economy experience offered by My Place Hotels of America. The company has announced My Place Hotel-Independence, Mo., will open in the fall of 2016. Continuing the ...

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Pacific Beach Hotel to Undergo $115 Million Redevelopment

Pacific Beach Hotel to Undergo $115 Million Redevelopment

HONOLULU—Pacific Beach Hotel has announced plans for a $115 million redevelopment that will completely transform the Waikiki hotel. The hotel’s exterior façade, 839 guestrooms and suites, and public areas including a 280,000-gallon lobby aquarium will be re-conceptualized, and a destination ...

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Perks Increasingly Expected as the Norm

Overall customer satisfaction has improved for the fourth consecutive year, but a new study from J.D. Power has discovered that as hotel guests increasingly come to expect amenities that used to be special perks, satisfaction levels are plateauing. Previous perks ...

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