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New Hotel Booking App Targets Millennials

New Hotel Booking App Targets Millennials

TripCraft, a mobile solutions provider, launched a new hotel booking application and website, Vir.al. The app targets so-called Millennials, one of the faster growing demographics. Using curated, experience-based and destination-specific content, Vir.al enables users to create unique travel experiences in ...

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Junction City Hotel To Be Rebranded Following Sale

Junction City Hotel To Be Rebranded Following Sale

Junction City, KS – The Holiday Inn Express located on Interstate 70 in Junction City, Kansas was recently sold by HotelBrokerOne. The 60-unit property was sold with an expiring Holiday Inn Express franchise for an undisclosed price to Shree Bholenath ...

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Lodging Econometrics Spotlights Top Construction Markets

Analysts at Lodging Econometrics (LE) report that the five markets with the largest hotel construction pipelines by project count are: New York with 185 Projects/29,447 Rooms; Houston with 158 Projects/17,475 Rooms; Dallas with 141 Projects/17,869 Rooms; Nashville with 124 Projects/15,614 ...

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Online Reviews Are Leveling Hotel Sales

Customers have always known what to expect when choosing branded hotels. With more information and reviews online, brand-name hotels are beginning to lose revenue. Reviews are leveling sales between independently owned properties and chains that generally rely on loyalty programs ...

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La Quinta Considers Spin Off Sale

La Quinta Holdings may soon explore a sale that would keep franchise and management operations in place, according to Reuters. The company may spin off real estate assets and could file with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission as soon ...

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