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Inauguration Bookings in D.C. Moving at a Slower Pace

Immediately following a presidential election, Washington, D.C.-area hotels typically experience a booking frenzy for January’s inauguration. This time around, however, reservations have been slower to come in, according to hotel managers in and near the District. Nearly all expect rooms ...

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Paris Tourism Still Struggling a Year After Attacks

This Sunday marks the one-year anniversary of the terrorist attacks in Paris that left more than 130 people dead, and the tourism industry has been suffering. Hotel occupancy in Paris from January to September 2016 is down 11 percent from ...

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Integrating Starwood Is Marriott’s Top Priority

Following its acquisition of Starwood, Marriott is focused on integrating company cultures and seizing topline synergies, property efficiencies, and $250 million in G&A savings, CEO Arne Sorenson said during a third quarter earnings call. Executives made no direct mention of ...

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Searches for One-Way Tickets to Canada Spike

Top travel search engines have reported that searches for one-way tickets to Canada from the United States jumped yesterday following the U.S. presidential election. Cheapflights.com alone reported a more than 1,000 percent increase in searches for one-way tickets. To read ...

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Will SBE’s Morgans Hotel Acquisition Ever Happen?

Billionaire investor Ron Burkle and Sam Nazarian’s SBE Entertainment were unable to close on their acquisition of Morgans Hotel Group by the original deadline of Nov. 9, but the deal still has a shot to go through. The parties have ...

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Travel Industry Voices Concerns Over Trump Presidency

Hospitality faces a new reality after the announcement that Donald Trump is the president elect of the United States. Just a day before the election, the travel industry contemplated what the Trump administration would mean for tourism. For destinations like ...

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