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Navigating Hospitality in the Era of Brexit

Navigating Hospitality in the Era of Brexit

After the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union in late June, the value of the pound decreased to the lowest it has been in years. Since then, studies have shown a shrinking U.K. economy and a decrease in ...

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Check Out the New York Barclay Guestroom

Check Out the New York Barclay Guestroom

After closing its doors for a 20-month, $180 million renovation, the InterContinental New York Barclay hotel made its grand debut in May. Architects Stonehill & Taylor and interior design firm HOK, together with Shawmut Construction, restored the property’s original Federal-style ...

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Radical Innovation Award Encourages Thinking Big

Radical Innovation Award Encourages Thinking Big

In June, Radical Innovation—a company that bills itself as a “hospitality concept incubator” seeking to upend the lodging industry’s current status quo with forward-thinking design—announced the two finalists who would be competing for the 2016 Radical Innovation Award, as well ...

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LodgIQ Covers Wide Breadth of Market Data

LodgIQ Covers Wide Breadth of Market Data

Mastering revenue management is no easy task. But with newly introduced, app-enabled technology, hoteliers can literally hold a wealth of information in the palm of their hands, optimizing their properties’ revenue and profitability from their mobile devices. LodgIQ, a New ...

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Managing and Pricing Hotel Rooms Online

Managing and Pricing Hotel Rooms Online

Becoming a master of the universe requires always going up to the 50,000-foot view so you can see what’s going on above all the noise. Few things are as noisy as running a hotel and revenue management, but by sticking ...

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Turning Social Data into Customer Intelligence

Turning Social Data into Customer Intelligence

“My kids love the pool,” a mom gushes in an online hotel review. On the surface, the comment seems completely positive, especially if it motivates a prospective customer to book the hotel for their next family vacation. But a positive ...

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