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RLHC to Add Hotels in North Carolina and Georgia

RLHC to Add Hotels in North Carolina and Georgia

SPOKANE, Wash.—RLHC (Red Lion Hotels Corporation) announced today that the company has entered into franchise license agreements to open a Red Lion Inn & Suites in Fayetteville, N.C. and a GuestHouse Hotel in Warner Robins, Ga. The properties are expected ...

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Best Western Chooses BirchStreet Procure-to-Order Platform

Best Western Chooses BirchStreet Procure-to-Order Platform

PHEONIX, Ariz.—Best Western Hotels & Resorts and BirchStreet Systems today announced the selection of BirchStreet’s Procure-to-Order platform to modernize the procurement process at Best Western’s 2,100 hotels in North America. The BirchStreet technology platform will enable hotel owners to access ...

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AHLA Announces 2017 Board of Directors

AHLA Announces 2017 Board of Directors

NEW YORK—During its Annual Meeting of Members in New York, the American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA) today announced its 2017 Board of Directors slate, including the Officers of the Board. Notably, Mark Carrier, President of the B.F. Saul Company ...

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Waramaug LS Hotels Buys Holiday Inn Express Hauppauge

Waramaug LS Hotels Buys Holiday Inn Express Hauppauge

BOCA RATON, Fla.— Waramaug LS Hotels announced today the acquisition of the Holiday Inn Express Hauppauge Long Island, in Hauppauge, N.Y. Opened in 2001, the seven-story, 133-room hotel recently underwent a comprehensive renovation, upgrading the entire property to latest brand ...

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Inauguration Bookings in D.C. Moving at a Slower Pace

Immediately following a presidential election, Washington, D.C.-area hotels typically experience a booking frenzy for January’s inauguration. This time around, however, reservations have been slower to come in, according to hotel managers in and near the District. Nearly all expect rooms ...

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Paris Tourism Still Struggling a Year After Attacks

This Sunday marks the one-year anniversary of the terrorist attacks in Paris that left more than 130 people dead, and the tourism industry has been suffering. Hotel occupancy in Paris from January to September 2016 is down 11 percent from ...

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