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Demographics Shift in Lodging’s Favor

While the hotel industry is poised to face a number challenges in the future, analysts at Kroll Bond Rating Agency predict that shifting demographics may not be one of them. In fact, a growing middle class with spending power and ...

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When Nature Attracts Guests, Hoteliers Respond

This August, certain areas of the U.S. will have a chance to glance a total solar eclipse—the first in a century for some states—creating a natural attraction that hoteliers are tapping into. The trend of capitalizing on natural phenomena is ...

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DOL Shifts On Joint Employment Rule

The Department of Labor has decided to rescind an Obama Administration rule that expanded the joint employer standard established under the National Labor Relations Board’s 2015 Browning-Ferris Industries of California decision, a move that the American Hotel & Lodging Association ...

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Trump Organization’s New Budget-Friendly Brand

This week during the NYU Hospitality Industry Investment Conference, the Trump Organization announced its plans for a three-star hotel chain, American IDEA. The brand will debut in Mississippi with a design focused on U.S. icons and culture. Trump Organization CEO ...

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IHG To Launch Midscale Brand

InterContinental Hotels Group is planning a new brand that will add to the Candlewood Suites and Holiday Inn experiences. The details will be announced at a conference in Las Vegas on June 19, and the name of the brand has ...

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Study Finds Airbnb Hosts More Often Reject Disabled

A new Rutgers University study suggests that Airbnb hosts may be more likely to discriminate against those with disabilities. Researchers sent more than 3,800 varying requests to hosts and found that 75 percent of travelers who did not mention any ...

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