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Baha Mar to Resume Construction

Construction on Baha Mar, the stalled $3.5 billion mega-resort in the Bahamas, is scheduled to resume in September, according to Prime Minister Perry Christie. If all goes to plan, the complex will be sold to a “world-class” hotel and casino ...

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D.C. Attracts Record Number of Tourists

According to data released by Destination D.C., 21.3 million people visited Washington, D.C., in 2015. These tourists brought in more than $7 billion in revenue and about $757 million in taxes. Chinese tourists, the fastest growing group, accounted for more ...

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RLHC Partners with Expedia to Expand Loyalty Program

Red Lion Hotels Corporation (RLHC) has entered into a partnership with OTA-giant Expedia to offer the company’s “Hello Rewards” member-only rates to guests who book through Expedia.com and Hotels.com. Additionally, the partnership allows guests who are not Hello Rewards members ...

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APA Group to Introduce Urban Hotel Concept

Once APA Group closes on its $162.2 million acquisition of Vancouver-based Coast Hotels, the Japanese company plans to bring its original urban-style hotel concept to North America and expand through franchises, management contracts, and mergers and acquisitions. To read more, ...

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L.A. Leads U.S. Pipeline in Early Planning Projects

According to the recent United States Construction Pipeline Trend Report from Lodging Econometrics, Los Angeles has 104 projects/17,912 rooms in the pipeline. There are 28 projects/6,030 rooms under construction, 40 projects/5,539 rooms scheduled to start construction in the next 12 ...

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South Florida Hotels’ July Gains

Surpassing expectations, the South Florida hotel market saw year-over-year increases in occupancy, ADR, and RevPAR last month. Earlier this year, facing local and global pressures, the area had reported slowed growth. However, these factors are predicted to have less of ...

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