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The Cost of Online Booking Scams

A new poll commissioned by the American Hotel and Lodging Association (AHLA) details the extent to which online booking scams are impacting consumers. Since 2015, the number of U.S. travelers who reported booking on what they believed was a hotel’s ...

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GOPPAR Increases For Branded Full-Service U.S. Hotels

Branded full-service hotels in the U.S. recorded a 2.4-percent increase in gross operating profit per available room (GOPPAR) year-to-date April compared with the same period in 2016, according to HotStats—a monthly hotel profit-and-loss benchmarking service that has recently launched its platform in ...

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Why Hotels Adopt Sustainable Development

The United Nations has named this the year of sustainable tourism. Hotels in particular have an enormous footprint when it comes to energy and water use. Responding to growing corporate peer pressure and their own long-term interests, more large chain hotels ...

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Hoteliers React to Joint-Employer Shift

Last week, the U.S. Department of Labor announced plans to roll back joint employer rules established during the Obama administration. Several industry organizations and hoteliers have expressed their support for the move, although some are skeptical that it will have ...

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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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