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San Antonio Hotels To Post Higher RevPAR

Supply is expected to outpace demand in major Texas markets like Dallas and Austin, and even demand for Houston hotels is slowing. However, San Antonio hotels are expected to report higher than average RevPAR by the end of 2017, signaling ...

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Hotspot Upgrades Slow To Reach Hotels

New Hotspot 2.0 standards for public WiFi networks could improve guests’ online experiences by seamlessly switching their mobile network to a hotel’s WiFi without entering credentials each time. However, because many hoteliers don’t see that extra step as a problem, ...

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How the IoT Will Enhance Hospitality

The Internet of Things (IoT) has made a splash across all sorts of industries and hospitality is no exception. Hotels are increasingly incorporating internet-enabled devices and tools to enhance and personalize guest experiences and make their properties run more efficiently. ...

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Deal Roundup: CI Capital Acquires AlliedPRA, and More

Deal Roundup: CI Capital Acquires AlliedPRA, and More

An affiliate of New York-based private equity firm CI Capital Partners has acquired a majority interest in AlliedPRA, a destination management company, from UK private equity firm sector Core Capital Partners LLP. AlliedPRA’s management team still has significant equity ownership ...

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The Latest Comings & Goings in Hospitality F&B

The Latest Comings & Goings in Hospitality F&B

Opening in September 2017 in New York City, MADE hotel has appointed Greg Prochel as executive chef and Charles Seich as food and beverage partner. Proechel will serve as executive chef at MADE’s numerous dining outlets including the restaurant, lobby ...

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Demand Is Growing for Extended Stay Hotels

Hundreds of extended-stay properties are under development or opening across the U.S. as the in-demand niche rapidly grows. According to STR, this business-traveler focused segment has grown 5.7 percent in property size and 6.3 percent in available rooms, yet fills ...

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