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First Even Hotel in Southeast Announced for 2018

First Even Hotel in Southeast Announced for 2018

MIAMI—Epelboim Development Group, a full service development group specialized in commercial, residential, and hospitality projects, and IHG (InterContinental Hotels Group) today announce the development of a new build EVEN Hotel in Miami which will be the first EVEN hotel in ...

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Airbnb Apologizes for San Francisco Ad

Airbnb launched an ad campaign this week that made suggestions about how San Francisco could spend the $12 million in hotel taxes Airbnb pays each year. According to CNNMoney, one example was to keep public libraries open later. Many took ...

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Hilton Upgrades Corporate Responsibility Reporting

Hilton Upgrades Corporate Responsibility Reporting

MCLEAN, Va.—Hilton Worldwide today announced an upgrade to LightStay, its state-of-the-art, in-house corporate responsibility measurement platform across the company’s more than 4,440 properties globally. With new features and enhancements, this next generation of LightStay now serves as the comprehensive, one-solution ...

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Bringing a Contemporary Voice to Choice Hotels

Bringing a Contemporary Voice to Choice Hotels

As VP of brand strategy for Choice Hotels, Anne Smith has been revamping the company’s image to project a more contemporary voice. With a background in theater, publishing, and marketing, the relative newcomer to hospitality brings a fresh perspective to ...

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PKF: Spas Continue to Boost Hotel Profit Growth

PKF: Spas Continue to Boost Hotel Profit Growth

BOSTON—Hotel spa departments continue to contribute to the revenue and profit growth of U.S. hotels. According to the 2015 edition of Trends in the Hotel Spa Industry, hotel spa department revenues increased by 5.1 percent in 2014, while spa department ...

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Aloft Launches Emoji Room Service

Aloft Hotels has launched a service called “Text it, Get it,” to provide guests with a modern room service experience. In each hotel room, there is a menu with six emoji-related services that guests can order via text, reports T3. ...

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