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Hyatt Centric Times Square New York Celebrates Opening

Hyatt Centric Times Square New York Celebrates Opening

NEW YORK (April 7, 2017) – The newly rebranded Hyatt Centric Times Square New York celebrated the completion of its renovations with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on April 5, 2017. Attendees included the hotel’s general manager, Philip Stamm, its ownership representative, ...

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Hotel Palomar Los Angeles Debuts Renovation

Hotel Palomar Los Angeles Debuts Renovation

Channeling the creative confidence of the independent film industry’s makers, movers and shakers, Hotel Palomar Los Angeles – Beverly Hills boldly raises the curtain on its $12 million property-wide renovation to debut a rebellious new spirit and ambitious attitude. The ...

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Red Lion’s Growth Strategy

Red Lion’s Growth Strategy

RLHC (Red Lion Hotels Corporation) has maintained its consistent growth from coast to coast by opening 18 hotels and signing 11 franchise license agreements since the start of the year. “The rate at which RLHC is expanding is directly attributable ...

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Kokua Hospitality Grows Portfolio

Kokua Hospitality Grows Portfolio

Kokua Hospitality, LLC, an independent hotel management company based in San Francisco, announces the addition of Napa Valley, California’s Wine Country Inn and Napa Winery Inn to its management portfolio. The properties mark the third and fourth California-based hotels to ...

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Trivago Analyzes Spring Travel and Booking Trends

By analyzing data from web searches that took place between Jan. 19 and March 11, 2017, trivago has released an overview of spring 2017 trends in hotel booking. The report includes how much guests are willing to pay per night, ...

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U.S. Drops in Tourism Rankings

According to the World Economic Forum’s Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Report 2017, the U.S. has fallen two slots as a desirable tourism destination. Japan and the U.K. surpassed the U.S., which is now ranked sixth. To learn more about these ...

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