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Ask Anthony: How Long Will the Good Times Last?

Ask Anthony: How Long Will the Good Times Last?

Anthony Melchiorri, hotel fixer and host of Travel Channel’s Hotel Impossible, loves dishing out advice. From sharing best practices to tackling operational issues, he’s here to answer your questions. With the hotel economy at an all time high, how long will ...

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Hyatt Centric The Loop Chicago Grand Opening Party

Hyatt Centric The Loop Chicago Grand Opening Party

CHICAGO—Hyatt Centric The Loop Chicago, the first hotel to debut under the new full-service lifestyle brand from Hyatt Hotels Corporation, hosted a grand opening celebration July 30. The new hotel opened in April inside what was previously a 22-story office ...

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Fillmore Breaks Ground on Cambria in Los Angeles Area

Fillmore Breaks Ground on Cambria in Los Angeles Area

EL SEGUNDO, Calif.—Choice Hotels International with joint venture partner Fillmore Capital Partners and developer and operator Fillmore Hospitality today announced the groundbreaking of the Cambria El Segundo LAX. Located just minutes from Los Angeles International Airport, El Segundo marks the ...

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U.S. Hotel Industry Surpasses 5 Million Rooms

The U.S. hotel industry has eclipsed 5 million available rooms for the first time, according to data from STR. The company’s June 2015 census shows 5,001,163 rooms in 53,554 properties nationwide. The industry plateaued at 4.5 million rooms in February ...

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Sheraton Bloomington Undergoes $15 Million Transformation

Sheraton Bloomington Undergoes $15 Million Transformation

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn.—Sheraton Hotels & Resorts, part of Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc., has announced the completion of the Sheraton Bloomington renovation, a $15 million project designed to reinvigorate the hotel’s guest and public spaces. Owned by WB Hotel Partners ...

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Study Shows Bedbugs’ Economic Impact on Hotels

Study Shows Bedbugs’ Economic Impact on Hotels

With more consumers turning to online reviews to guide vacation planning decisions, even the slightest of bedbugs can deter potential guests, according to an article on The Atlantic website. Researchers researchers Michael Potter, Jerrod Penn, Wuyang Hu joined forces to ...

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