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On the Move: F&B Comings and Goings

On the Move: F&B Comings and Goings

Conrad New York has announced the appointment of Max Harris as director of food and beverage. With a decade of experience, he will provide leadership and help with the execution of the hotel’s food and beverage concepts, including ATRIO Wine ...

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Best Western Signs Franchise Agreement with Sorrel Hospitality

Best Western Signs Franchise Agreement with Sorrel Hospitality

PHOENIX—Best Western Hotels & Resorts today announced that it has inked a master franchise agreement with Delhi-based Sorrel Hospitality. Led by a team of seasoned hospitality industry veterans with extensive experience building and managing hotel portfolios, Sorrel will be responsible ...

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New Starwood Offer Might Delay Marriott’s Ratings Momentum

New Starwood Offer Might Delay Marriott’s Ratings Momentum

NEW YORK—Fitch Ratings continues to see positive ratings momentum for Marriott International stemming from its planned merger with Starwood Hotels & Resorts. However, less creditor friendly financial terms associated with Marriott’s revised offer for Starwood increases execution risk and will ...

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Preferred to Launch 24 Properties in 2016

Preferred to Launch 24 Properties in 2016

CHICAGO—Preferred Hotels & Resorts, announces 24 new properties worldwide scheduled to launch before the end of the year, presenting options for travelers in both new and timeless destinations. Monument Hotel—Launching March 2016 This new five-star palace hotel housed in a ...

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Airbnb Looks to Expand Its Reach

Not content to simply offer home rentals anymore, Airbnb is looking for ways to give customers the full vacation experience with packages that include services such as personal chefs, restaurant reservations, art gallery tours, and bicycle rentals. Sources say that ...

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Quarter of American Tourists Considering Cuba Visit

According to the latest Skift Survey of American adult Internet users, the appeal for a U.S. tourist to spend a vacation in Cuba skyrocketed to 25 percent following the media coverage of the historic visit made by the sitting president ...

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