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Hospitality Trends Investors Need to Track in 2016

Hospitality Trends Investors Need to Track in 2016

Despite choppy growth, the current business cycle has lasted longer than average, surpassing 78 months. In 2014 and 2015, the economic growth rate was about 2.4 percent, and it’s expected to fall within the 2 to 2.5 percent range this ...

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Check Out the Courtyard San Francisco Union Square

Check Out the Courtyard San Francisco Union Square

With its casual-luxury vibe and Art Deco styling, the Courtyard San Francisco Union Square is not your prototypical Courtyard. The historic hotel was originally constructed in 1929 and most recently operated as a 150-room student housing facility. RLJ Lodging Trust ...

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Landlords Running Unregulated Airbnb Hotels

Landlords Running Unregulated Airbnb Hotels

A growing number of commercial landlords are using Airbnb to run unregulated hotels in major cities, a new study released by the American Hotel & Lodging Association claims. The report, which was conducted by researchers at Penn State University’s School ...

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Checking In with Steve Belmonte

Checking In with Steve Belmonte

At 18 years old, Steve Belmonte became the youngest general manager in the history of Holiday Inn, running a hotel at the Chicago O’Hare Airport. From there, he continued his rapid progression up the ladder, with major career milestones ranging ...

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The Power of Purchasing

The Power of Purchasing

From designing high-tech, social lobbies to purchasing eco-friendly and sustainable products, hotel brands are finding smart ways to stand out from the competition and attract today’s travelers. When it comes to supply chain management, many hotel properties turn to outsourcing ...

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Check Out the Charmant Hotel

Check Out the Charmant Hotel

Once home to the Joseph B. Funke Candy Company factory, The Charmant Hotel in La Crosse, Wis., is a sweet finish to a $30 million renovation and restoration. The name of the 67-room boutique hotel, which means “charming” in French, ...

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