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Hipmunk Launches New Travel Search Product

Hipmunk Launches New Travel Search Product

SAN FRANCISCO—Hipmunk just made finding a hotel even easier with the launch of a brand new-to-the-industry search product that instantly shows travelers in large images and with just the right words the details that matter to them. Now, travelers can ...

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Radisson at Star Plaza Closing for New Complex

Radisson at Star Plaza Closing for New Complex

Merrillville, Ind.—The Radisson at Star Plaza and the adjacent Star Plaza Theatre complex, which has been an icon of the Merrillville community and Northwest Indiana for decades, will be permanently closing its doors in the coming months to make way ...

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Sheraton Suites Country Club Plaza Unveils Revamp

Sheraton Suites Country Club Plaza Unveils Revamp

DALLAS, Texas—Sheraton Suites at Country Club Plaza, located in the popular Spanish-inspired shopping district of Kansas City, has revealed a multimillion-dollar, top-to-bottom renovation of its 257-room hotel. The $7 million project includes: A new lobby and The Gallery restaurant, a ...

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Best Western Premier Debuts Tides Hotel

Best Western Premier Debuts Tides Hotel

PHOENIX—Best Western Hotels & Resorts continues its steadfast growth of the Best Western Premier brand with the debut of the Best Western Premier Tides Hotel in Orange Beach, Ala. The Best Western Premier Tides Hotel is welcoming visitors to a fresh new experience ...

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Travel Industry Taking Steps Toward Diversity

The travel industry is resolving its diversity issue with slow steps—but steps in the right direction, nonetheless. According to the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics, in 2015, 59 percent of hotel, motel, and resort desk clerks were ...

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Retail Sales Driven by Travel

U.S. retails sales did not move much in July, but Americans continue to splurge on travel. Last month, travel expenditures rose 8.6 percent over July 2015. While business travel demand is slowing, leisure demand remains a driving force in the ...

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