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Hawkeye Hotels Buys Hotel Modern

Hawkeye Hotels Buys Hotel Modern

NEW ORLEANS—The independent boutique hotel known as Hotel Modern has been sold to Hawkeye Hotels, a privately held hotel group headquartered in Iowa City, Iowa. Hawkeye Hotels purchased the property on Wednesday, June 22. “We are thrilled to have the ...

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Castaway Island in Fiji Reopens Following Renovation

Castaway Island in Fiji Reopens Following Renovation

BRISBANE, Australia—June 1 was a day of celebration on Castaway Island, Fiji, as this private island resort reopened and welcomed guests back following a three-month island clean-up and property renovation following February’s Tropical Cyclone Winston. Resort General Manager Steven Andrews ...

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Mohegan Sun Announces $50 Million Renovation

Mohegan Sun Announces $50 Million Renovation

UNCASVILLE, Conn.—As construction progresses on Mohegan Sun’s 400-room, $130 million Earth Tower opening in fall 2016, Mohegan Sun announces a two year $50 million renovation project for the Sky Tower —the existing 1,200-room hotel that was introduced in 2002. Part ...

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Fairfield Inn & Suites Opens in Hyannis, Mass.

Fairfield Inn & Suites Opens in Hyannis, Mass.

HYANNIS—The Simon Konover Company of West Hartford, Conn. held a grand opening celebration and ribbon cutting on June 14 to celebrate the new 125-room Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott in Hyannis, Mass. Located at 867 Iyannough Road, the Fairfield ...

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Aloft Introduces New in-Room Streaming Services

Aloft Introduces New in-Room Streaming Services

STAMFORD, Conn.—If you stream it, they will come. That’s what Aloft Hotels, Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc.’s innovative hotel brand for today’s hyper-connected global traveler, is betting on when it comes to the future of in-room entertainment. Introducing RoomCast ...

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Brexit Raises Questions for U.K. Hospitality and Travel

Ahead of tomorrow’s vote in the referendum that will decide whether the United Kingdom will remain part of the European Union, commonly known as Brexit, the hospitality industry is considering the results’ impact. According to research carried out by Elavon ...

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