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U.S. Travel to Cuba Continues to Expand

U.S. Travel to Cuba Continues to Expand

Since the initial December 2014 announcement that the United States would reopen long-severed ties with Cuba, the hospitality industry has been abuzz over the opportunities the island could provide for travel. Finally, the industry is making headway as the two ...

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Overcoming Obstacles in the Distribution Landscape

Overcoming Obstacles in the Distribution Landscape

To keep up with the shifting distribution landscape, hoteliers better start their engines, because the race is on. “It’s a race of who can provide the best consumer experience through technology,” says Sloan Dean, VP of revenue optimization for the ...

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Closing the Minority Hiring Gap

Closing the Minority Hiring Gap

At the 2016 Diversity & Inclusion Conference in Philadelphia in April, a panel of industry experts gathered to discuss the minority leadership gap in hospitality. Because hospitality is an extremely diverse marketplace, a lack of minorities in upper-management and C-level ...

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Ask Anthony: Making Your Hotel Stand Out

Ask Anthony: Making Your Hotel Stand Out

Anthony Melchiorri, host and creator of Travel Channel’s Hotel Impossible and Five-Star Secrets, loves dishing out advice. From sharing best practices to tackling operational issues, he’s here to answer your questions. How can I make my hotel stand out from the ...

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RLHC Execs on the Brand’s Recent Growth

RLHC Execs on the Brand’s Recent Growth

Red Lion Hotels Corporation (RLHC) has seen significant growth in the last two years. They’ve more than doubled their portfolio, going from 55 hotels to 125, and have hotels 28 states, up from 8. Revenue jumped 57 percent in Q1 ...

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A Quirky Approach to Group Business

A Quirky Approach to Group Business

On a street corner in downtown Richmond, Va., Quirk Hotel, a Destination Hotel, lives up to its name. Showcasing local curiosities such as obscure art and artisanal eats, the Richmond-centric, 74-key property breaks away from the confines of brand-bound uniformity ...

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