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Wealthy Travelers’ Habits in 2016

According to the Resonance 2016 Luxury Travel Report, wealthy U.S. travelers are more likely to participate in health and fitness activities while on vacation than the average U.S. traveler. The report shows that the top 1 percent participates in health ...

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Trump International Hotel to Open Two Years Early

Trump International Hotel to Open Two Years Early

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Trump International Hotel, Washington, D.C. will open in September 2016, ahead of schedule. With its opening, the nation’s capital will now be home to a historic super-luxury hotel. “For decades, people have looked in wonderment at the magnificence of ...

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Meliá Hotels Debuts Innside New York NoMad

Meliá Hotels Debuts Innside New York NoMad

NEW YORK, N.Y.—Meliá Hotels International (MHI) announced the debut of Innside New York NoMad, opening March 2016 at 132 West 27th Street in New York. One of the largest hotel companies in the world, this will be MHI’s first property ...

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OTAs Found Skewing Search Results

There are plenty of ways that online travel agencies influence where guests’ book their hotel rooms. Sites like Expedia present hotels according to internal formulas of customer ratings through the OTA’s own systems. According to the Wall Street Journal, other factors that ...

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Prepare for the Worst to Manage Investment Risk

When hospitality financial experts met at ALIS at the end of January, many of them were echoing the same sentiments—in order to best manage financial risk, investors should be preparing for the worst-case scenario. While the lodging industry is currently ...

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