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Wyndham Gives Kids Day of Amusement

Wyndham Gives Kids Day of Amusement

On Monday, August 8, leading hotel loyalty program Wyndham Rewards provided nearly 200 children from Big Brothers Big Sisters and their respective Littles with an unforgettable day at Six Flags in Dallas, Los Angeles, Chicago, St. Louis, and New England. ...

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U.S. Extended-Stay Hotel Rooms Top 400,000

At mid-year 2016 there were more than 40,000 extended-stay hotels rooms under construction in the U.S. This is the highest number at any mid-year or year-end point for at least 17 years. Despite the opening of more than 20,000 rooms ...

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Fitch: As U.S. Hotels Peak, CMBS Wearily Watched

Fitch: As U.S. Hotels Peak, CMBS Wearily Watched

The days of strong RevPAR growth and occupancy rates are over for U.S. hotels, which could impair loan performance for CMBS as interest rates rise, according to the latest video in Fitch Ratings’ Virtual Investor Series. While Fitch maintains a ...

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HVMG Acquires Two Hotels for $50 Million

HVMG Acquires Two Hotels for $50 Million

ATLANTA, Ga.—Hospitality Ventures Management Group (HVMG), an Atlanta-based, private hotel ownership and management company, has announced it has formed a joint venture with True North Management Group of White Plains, N.Y., to acquire the 282-room Marriott Century Center in Atlanta, ...

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Facebook Reigns Supreme in Hotel Marketing

The most popular social media platform, Facebook, has become increasingly useful for hoteliers as it evolved over time. The platform has added features such as check-ins, reviews, and call-to-action buttons that allow hotels and booking sites to more actively engage ...

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European Tourism Feels Terrorism Impact

As more U.S. travelers take terror risks into account when making vacation plans, the travel and tourism industry continues to feel the sting. France’s tourist sector alone has lost an estimated $299 million since late 2015, and American summer travel ...

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