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Nobu Hotel Set to Relaunch Eden Roc in 2015

Nobu Hotel Set to Relaunch Eden Roc in 2015

MIAMI—Nobu Hotels and Eden Roc Miami Beach announced the 2015 vision and plans for the Nobu Hotel at Eden Roc Miami Beach to open during the second half of 2015. Chef Nobu Matsuhisa, Academy Award-winner Robert DeNiro, and Hollywood producer ...

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Noble Acquires 11 Hotels from McKibbon

Noble Acquires 11 Hotels from McKibbon

ATLANTA—Noble Investment Group has closed on the acquisition of 10 Marriott and one Hilton premium branded select service and extended stay hotels from McKibbon Hotel Group. McKibbon will continue managing the portfolio, which totals 1,306 rooms in five states throughout ...

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Circa 39 Hotel to Open WunderBar

Circa 39 Hotel to Open WunderBar

MIAMI BEACH, Fla.—After a two-year, multimillion dollar renovation and repositioning project, mid-beach Miami boutique hotel Circa 39 will open WunderBar ​Dec. 12. A quirky lobby bar with access to the pool deck, WunderBar is designed to make guests feel like ...

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Top Menu Trends to Watch in 2015

Top Menu Trends to Watch in 2015

Based on analysis of its annual What’s Hot culinary forecast over time, the National Restaurant Association has identified the following as trends to watch on menus in 2015: Waste Not, Want Not: Environmental sustainability remains among the hottest menu trends. ...

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Hyatt Regency Vancouver Sold for $123 Million

Hyatt Regency Vancouver Sold for $123 Million

CHICAGO—An affiliate of Hyatt Hotels Corporation has sold the 644-room Hyatt Regency Vancouver to InnVest Real Estate Investment Trust for approximately $123 million or $190,000 per key. The hotel will continue to operate as a Hyatt Regency hotel. “We are ...

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Choice Hotels Reveals 2015 Travel Trends

Choice Hotels Reveals 2015 Travel Trends

Choice Hotels International has revealed the findings from its 2015 travel trends survey. As the economy continues to improve, Americans are planning to spend 8 percent more on leisure travel, and 5 percent more per trip than they did in ...

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