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Texas Hotels Prepare for Hurricane Evacuees

Hurricane Harvey is driving evacuees inland and hoteliers in cities like Austin are preparing for these guests in a number of ways. Many hotels are reducing their rates and softening animal policies to accommodate guests in emergency situations. Others are ...

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U.S. Hotel Construction Up 7 Percent Since Last Year

A recent report by Lodging Econometrics (LE) found that the number of projects in the U.S. hotel construction pipeline is up 7 percent year-over-year (YOY), standing at 4,973 projects with a total of 598,371 rooms. The number of projects under ...

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Survey: Business Travelers Rely On Tech

New research from Carlson Wagonlit Travel has found that technology is not only helping business travelers better coordinate and work during their trips—80 percent of business travelers said that they couldn’t live without their smartphone on a trip. More than ...

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The Best Place for TVs in Guestrooms

TVs are a staple in hotel guestrooms across all segments. However, whether a TV is the centerpiece of the room or strategically hidden away in a cabinet varies. While TVs have grown flatter, they’ve also increased in width—the average TV ...

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On the Move: This Week’s Comings and Goings

Andrew Bartlett will manage guest, housekeeping, and concierge services as director of rooms for the Cliff House Maine. Bartlett has an extensive background in managing properties in seasonal locations. He previously held a general management position at the Harbor View ...

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When Wellness Programs Aren’t Easy Going

Unique wellness programs at boutique properties are a very attractive offering to guests, but they may also come with their own set of headaches for hoteliers. Boutique hotels often offer quiet retreats like guide-led hikes and personalized spa experiences to better ...

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