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Boutique Hotels Entering Small Towns

Boutique hotels are moving into secondary and tertiary markets such as Bethlehem, Pa., and Sewanee, Tenn., to attract younger, experience-seeking travelers. While boutiques in major cities like New York might have 200 to 300 rooms, properties in smaller towns only ...

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Mergers Create Hotel Giants, But Few Are Complaining

Consolidation has been a recurring theme in hospitality in the last couple years. Despite some major deals, such as Marriott absorbing Starwood to create one 30-brand hotel company, antitrust watchdogs have been less concerned about hotel mergers than airlines, banks, ...

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AHLA President Recognized Among Top Lobbyists

The Hill has named Katherine Lugar, president and CEO of the American Hotel & Lodging Association, one of the top lobbyists of 2016. Lugar has been recognized for her contribution to increasing the hospitality industry’s influence in government. Recent lobbying efforts include ...

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Study: What Determines Travelers’ Loyalty

In a recent Facebook study, it was discovered that price doesn’t always determine travelers’ decisions. Some are willing to pay more to make an experience more memorable, and find service and trust to be most important when it comes to choosing ...

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Airbnb in Talks to Settle New York Lawsuit

Airbnb is in talks with New York City and the state to resolve a lawsuit over a new law that authorizes up to $7,500 in fines for illegal short-term apartment rentals. The potential settlement would protect Airbnb against those fines ...

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