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Major Hotels Show Increasing Interest in Cuba

Major Hotels Show Increasing Interest in Cuba

Major U.S. hotel chains are showing increasing interested in Cuba, with executives from Marriott International, Hilton Worldwide, and Carlson Hospitality Group among those who have spoken with Cuban officials, reports Reuters. U.S. hoteliers are not currently allowed to invest in ...

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Best Western Introduces New GLō Midscale Brand

Best Western Introduces New GLō Midscale Brand

Best Western Hotels & Resorts announced at its annual convention the launch of its seventh brand GLō. GLō is a broad-midscale new construction brand that offers a hip, boutique-style experience for savvy travelers. “We looked at the segmentation of boutique ...

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Fairmont Chicago Names Executive Sous Chef

Fairmont Chicago Names Executive Sous Chef

CHICAGO, Ill.—Fairmont Chicago, Millennium Park, located at 200 North Columbus Drive, has announced the appointment of Atticus Garant as executive sous chef. With years of experience ranging from his native Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada to the Bahamas, he continues his ...

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TravelClick: Advance Booking Pace Ramps Up

TravelClick: Advance Booking Pace Ramps Up

NEW YORK—As the fall season comes into full swing, hotels in major North American markets are experiencing an improved advance booking pace, as well as healthy increases in both transient (individual reservations that are made by business and leisure travelers) ...

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G6 Hospitality Continues Latin American Expansion

G6 Hospitality Continues Latin American Expansion

DALLAS—G6 Hospitality continues its expansion plans in Latin America, as the company announced the development of its second Estudio 6 property in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, and its first Hotel 6 property in Santa Cruz, Bolivia. The new Estudio 6 Puerto ...

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U.S. Lodging Capital Expenditures to Hit $6.4 Billion

The amount spent on capital expenditures for the U.S. lodging industry is forecast to exceed the record level spent in 2014, reaching a new high of $6.4 billion, the New York University School of Professional Studies says. The report, by ...

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