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A Look at Austin’s Hotel Van Zandt

A Look at Austin’s Hotel Van Zandt

AUSTIN, Texas—Hotel Van Zandt, Austin’s first Kimpton property which recently opened its doors, just released photography to offer a look inside the new hotel designed for cultural tastemakers and world explorers. Designer Mark Zeff and his team created both the ...

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Homewood Suites Orlando Completes Renovation

Homewood Suites Orlando Completes Renovation

ORLANDO, Fla.—IIG, a premier interior hospitality design firm, has announced the completion of the Homewood Suites by Hilton, Orlando for Buffalo Lodging Associates. The top-to-bottom renovation includes modern updates throughout guestrooms, meeting spaces, and all public areas, inviting guests to ...

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RevPAR Expected to Thrive in 2016

Despite budding concerns in the financial markets and lower-than-expected growth in the fourth quarter, PricewaterhouseCoopers U.S. has released an updated lodging forecast expecting RevPAR to flourish, increasing by 5.5 percent in 2016. It will surpass the less-than-stellar increase in ADR, ...

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Kimpton to Make European Debut in 2017

Kimpton to Make European Debut in 2017

InterContinental Hotels Group has announced the signing of the first Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants hotel outside of the Americas. Debuting in Europe, the hotel will be located in the heart of the vibrant city of Amsterdam. The hotel, which is ...

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2015 Marks Record High in Hotel Selling Prices

There’s no question that 2015 was a great year for the lodging industry, and, as year-end numbers start to roll in, analysts are starting to see just how good it was. According to Lodging Econometrics, the average selling price per ...

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Presidential Candidates on Travel-Related Issues

Travel-related issues, including visa waiver restrictions, immigration, and infrastructure, have been at the forefront of the political debate so far among U.S. presidential candidates. While Republican candidate Donald Trump continues to steal headlines for his proposed ban on Muslim travel ...

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