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Improving Hotel NOI with Retro-Commissioning

Improving Hotel NOI with Retro-Commissioning

Are you keeping your hotel assets running in great shape with regular energy efficiency tune-ups? As most new hotels get ready to open their doors, engineers perform a commissioning process to observe building systems and make sure everything is operating ...

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Historic Buildings Get Second Chance as Hotels

Historic Buildings Get Second Chance as Hotels

A schoolhouse in Pennsylvania, a general store in South Carolina, and a former mental asylum in New York: Three buildings that have seemingly nothing in common, but recently all achieved the same destiny—becoming a hotel. As historic and boutique hotels ...

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Lodging Conference: A View from the C-Suite

Lodging Conference: A View from the C-Suite

Rather than focus on where the hotel industry is in the current cycle, the CEOs who spoke during the “View from the C-Suite” panel at the Lodging Conference in Phoenix this week shared the tools and metrics they rely on ...

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Checking In: Alex Cabañas of Benchmark

Checking In: Alex Cabañas of Benchmark

Alex Cabañas, CEO of Benchmark Hospitality International, could not be in a better mood. Following the July 11 announcement that Benchmark and Gemstone Hotels & Resorts had merged, Cabañas is enjoying a well-deserved vacation in Vail, Colo., with family. As ...

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CHMWarnick CEO Capitalizes on Disruption

CHMWarnick CEO Capitalizes on Disruption

More than 20 years ago, on the Monday before Thanksgiving in 1990, Chad Crandell found himself unemployed, along with roughly 3,000 other employees who were let go as Laventhol & Horwath, the nation’s seventh largest accounting firm, prepared for bankruptcy. ...

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Hoteliers Finding Opportunities in Student Housing

Hoteliers Finding Opportunities in Student Housing

Ask any group of people about their college dorm experiences, and you’ll probably get similar answers—living on campus was loads fun, but the dorms themselves were small, outdated, and desperately in need of some TLC. However, a new trend in ...

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