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Demand Is Growing for Extended Stay Hotels

Hundreds of extended-stay properties are under development or opening across the U.S. as the in-demand niche rapidly grows. According to STR, this business-traveler focused segment has grown 5.7 percent in property size and 6.3 percent in available rooms, yet fills ...

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Can Hotel Sustainability Drive Bookings?

A study by the GBTA Foundation on corporate sustainability found that sustainability is important to travelers who are researching hotels. By looking towards greener options in their supply line and expanding sustainability initiatives within corporate organizations, hoteliers may be able ...

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Hotels Update Historic Distribution Channels

Travel and hospitality businesses focus heavily on evolving technology to make improvements to the guest experience. However, implementing new technology can threaten global distribution systems that have been in place and have historically served as a base for new interfaces ...

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Hotels Find Room Service Alternatives in Local Partnerships

Hotels are finding alternatives to traditional room service to attract guests who still want food deliveries without the typical offerings or price tags. Hotels are partnering with local restaurants to bring unique dining options straight to guests’ doors. It can ...

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Hotels Train to be Autism-Friendly

The Thompson Center for Autism and Neurodevelopment Disorders has developed a training program for local hospitality businesses to help welcome guests with autism. Only about a dozen hospitality businesses have these programs in place. Read about how hotels are partnering ...

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Hoteliers Create Employee Carpool Network

Hospitality businesses in Asheville, N.C., which currently has low unemployment rates, are having a hard time sourcing staff locally. To address the issue, hoteliers are partnering to form a carpool network for new hires with a far commute. Employers will ...

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