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How Millennials Want to Use Tech in Hotels

Tech-savvy millennials have specific ways they like to integrate their everday technology use into their hotel stays, according to a new study from Oracle Hospitality. Fifty-five percent want to connect mobile devices to guestroom audio or TVs to access their own ...

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Keep On Inspiring Your Guests with Fresh Art

Daylighted works with hospitality-based venues to curate personalized digital art collections for exhibition on their interactive digital canvas, the SmArtGallery. Featuring more than 10,000 contemporary works from art communities, all accessible through a subscription, venues can organize exhibitions from local artists ...

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Marriott Leads Upscale Hotel Sales

Lodging Econometrics reports that in the first quarter of 2016 there were 15 Marriott-branded upscale hotel sales in the United States that had selling prices reported into the public domain. The average selling price per room (ASPR) for these Marriott-branded ...

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Negotiations Continue Regarding Chicago’s Airbnb Ordinances

There is tension brewing between Airbnb and Chicago’s hotel industry. Mayor Rahm Emanuel has proposed ordinances to regulate and tax Airbnb, and now downtown alderman Brenden Reilly has weighed in, suggesting changes that represent a compromise with the home-sharing giant. ...

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U.S. Hotels Bring in Record Revenue in 2015

2015 was a good year for hospitality. Last year, the hotel industry’s revenue and profit margin reached historic highs. According to STR’s 25th annual HOST Almanac, hospitality’s house profit reached $73 billion last year–passing a peak that had not been ...

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Hotel Owners Clash with Marriott-Starwood Over Merger

Marriott International’s acquisition of Starwood Hotels & Resorts is being challenged by owners of hotels in New York and Chicago. Cityfront Hotel Associates Limited Partners and Dream Team Hotel Associates have sued both Marriott and Starwood, claiming the merger would ...

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