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Top Cities for Hotel Construction Revealed

According to the latest Global Construction Pipeline Trend Report from Lodging Econometrics, the top five cities with the largest construction pipelines in the world by room count are: New York with 34,788 rooms/204 projects; Seoul with 28,223 rooms/132 projects; Dubai ...

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New Lexington Hotel to Open in South Korea

New Lexington Hotel to Open in South Korea

CLEVELAND—Vantage Hotels’ Lexington brand continues to grow in South Korea with the addition of a 342-room new-construction project in Gangneung. The property, which is expected to open in December 2017, will be a full-service hotel and carry Vantage’s Value Hotel ...

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EU Could Suspend Visa Waiver Program

The European Commission is in talks with European Union (EU) lawmakers and governments to determine whether to suspend its U.S. and Canadian visa waiver program, due to non-reciprocity with some EU countries. The U.S. government has maintained an open dialogue ...

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San Diego Hotel Tax Lawsuit Settled?

During a news conference on Tuesday, Attorney Cory Briggs, representative for San Diegans for Open Government, announced that San Diego hoteliers have agreed to settle his lawsuit challenging a tax on hotel guests for tourism marketing. However, the Tourism Marketing ...

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