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Revenue Premiums Offset Great Costs in Historic Hotels

Revenue Premiums Offset Great Costs in Historic Hotels

When old hotels age gracefully and purposefully, they are able to achieve “grande dame” status. These properties typically compete in the luxury or upper-upscale market segments and frequently outperform the contemporary competition when it comes to occupancy and average daily ...

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Marriott Scoops Up Starwood

Marriott Scoops Up Starwood

Marriott International announced this morning that it has agreed to buy Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide for approximately $12.2 billion in stock and cash to create the world’s largest hotel company. Combined, the companies operate or franchise more than 5,500 ...

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The Developing Story: Nashville

The Developing Story: Nashville

Due to its vibrant country music scene, Nashville, Tenn., is known to many as “Music City.” However, this booming metropolis is home to more than just successful singers and songwriters. Health care, banking, insurance, and religious printing and publishing companies ...

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Setting Radisson Red Apart in Lifestyle Segment

Setting Radisson Red Apart in Lifestyle Segment

Carlson Rezidor has spent the last year defining its new lifestyle select brand, Radisson Red, which the company first unveiled in early 2014. From building and testing model rooms to conducting focus groups, the company really wants to get things ...

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Credit Card Switch: Is Your Hotel Compliant?

Credit Card Switch: Is Your Hotel Compliant?

Following the nationwide EMV liability shift on Oct. 1, in-person credit card transactions in the United States are safer and more secure than ever before. Instead of swiping credit cards, vendors will be required to scan a high-tech chip that ...

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AH&LA Voices Industry Concerns in Washington, D.C.

AH&LA Voices Industry Concerns in Washington, D.C.

As Vanessa Sinders kicks off the weekly government affairs meeting at the American Hotel & Lodging Association offices in Washington D.C., dysfunction has hit a high watermark in our nation’s capital. On the Hill, Congressional leaders have spent the past ...

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