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New York Barclay Announces $180 Million Renovation

New York Barclay Announces $180 Million Renovation

NEW YORK, N.Y.—The InterContinental New York Barclay hotel is currently undergoing an extensive $180 million renovation and will make its debut in spring 2016. The Barclay will feature 704 guestrooms with 31 suites, which includes an expansive Presidential Suite and ...

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San Francisco Marriott Donates Pumpkins to Zoo

San Francisco Marriott Donates Pumpkins to Zoo

SAN FRANCISCO—General Manager Clif Clark of the San Francisco Marriott Airport Waterfront drove a truckload of pumpkins, each weighing between 5 to 100 pounds, to the San Francisco Zoo for animals to enjoy as a seasonal treat. Lions, giraffes, and ...

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Former AH&LA Chair Donates to Educational Foundation

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Nancy Johnson, CHA, past chair of the American Hotel & Lodging Association (AH&LA), donated $5,000 for the fourth consecutive year to the American Hotel & Lodging Educational Foundation (AH&LEF) Annual Giving Campaign. Johnson, an AH&LEF board member, has been ...

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Chinese Merger Deal Set for $1.7 Billion

Chinese economy hotel brand Homeinns Hotel Group has been acquired by BTG Hotels Group Hong Kong for $1.7 billion, reports Hotel Management. Upon approval, Homeinns will be a wholly owned subsidiary of BTG. Homeinns owns five brands and operates more ...

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10 Noteworthy Hotel Openings

10 Noteworthy Hotel Openings

The past few months have seen a number of hotels enter the market. Here is a look at 10 of the most noteworthy openings: The Bernic: Set to open in winter 2016, the 21-story boutique hotel will house 96 guestrooms, ...

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Temporary Spending Bill Likely in Face of Shutdown

With a government shutdown threat quickly approaching and Republican and Democrat leaders still far from finalizing a spending package, a short-term spending bill will likely be put in place to avoid another shutdown. The avoidance of a shutdown would be ...

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