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Irma Evacuations Create Performance Swings

A quarter of Florida’s population was ordered to evacuate in response to Hurricane Irma and some hotels will be out-of-operation for months. An STR analysis shows that room demand is fluctuating and bookings are mostly from media, volunteers, and government ...

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How Good Social Media Strategies Drive Bookings

Digital media continues to transform how travelers book hotels, and social media now plays a bigger role in those trip decisions. According to Travel Media Group, nearly half of travelers encounter hotel social media during their booking process, and not ...

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Latin America’s Construction Pipeline Is Stalling

Latin America’s current construction pipeline has 878 projects/146,312 rooms, the exact same number of projects as last year, according to Lodging Econometrics. The number of projects under construction is up 4 percent year-over-year to 418 projects/72,690 rooms. The number of ...

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Hotel Demand Is Increasing in Omaha

Omaha’s growing convention scene coupled with the addition of its new downtown entertainment hub, the Capitol District, has created increased demand for full-service hotels. While Marriott and Hilton are opening properties, a growing list of events on the horizon may ...

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These Hotel Workers Became Heroes During Hurricane Irma

Hurricane Irma may have left a path of damage and destruction across the Caribbean and U.S. Southeast, but the disaster also brought out stories of residents and businesses coming to each other’s aid. Emerging accounts relay how hotel staff braved ...

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China’s Construction Pipeline Remains Strong

Analysts at Lodging Econometrics report that China’s total hotel construction pipeline has increased 7 percent year-over-year (YOY) and now has 2,410 hotel projects totaling 525,225 rooms. The number of rooms under construction is up 4 percent by projects YOY (1,724 ...

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