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Despite Slowdown, Hotel Industry Remains Optimistic

After achieving record performance metrics in 2016, the lodging industry has begun to show signs of deceleration. According to experts, however, anticipated pro-business policies from the current presidential administration will be positive for the hotel sector. Read more about 2017 ...

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AmericInn Adds New Properties Throughout Upper Midwest

AmericInn Adds New Properties Throughout Upper Midwest

AmericInn, the largest midscale hotel brand in the Upper Midwest, is expanding in Wisconsin with the recent addition of two new AmericInn Hotel & Suites in New Lisbon and Boscobel. AmericInn Hotel & Suites New Lisbon is a 60-guestroom, three-story ...

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Pat Pacious to Succeed Steve Joyce as Choice CEO

Pat Pacious to Succeed Steve Joyce as Choice CEO

ROCKVILLE, Md.—Choice Hotels announced that its Board of Directors appointed Pat Pacious as president and chief executive officer, effective January 1, 2018. Pacious currently serves as president and chief operating officer, and will succeed CEO Steve Joyce. Joyce will continue in ...

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U.S. to Top $100 Billion in Vacation Spending This Summer

U.S. to Top $100 Billion in Vacation Spending This Summer

U.S. vacationers are spending more on summer travel this year, topping $100 billion for the first time, according to the eighth annual Allianz Travel Insurance Vacation Confidence Index. This is the first time in the survey’s eight year history that vacation spending ...

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Hotel Kabuki Gets Ready To Unveil $28 Million Renovation

Hotel Kabuki Gets Ready To Unveil $28 Million Renovation

Joie de Vivre Hotels’ boutique San Francisco property, Hotel Kabuki, will soon unveil the first phased of its $28 million renovation in September 2017, with the full completion set for November. Located in the city’s Japantown, the hotel’s renovation takes ...

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