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Tech Trends Emerge at HITEC 2016

Tech Trends Emerge at HITEC 2016

From June 20 to 23, hospitality and technology professionals from all over the world converged in New Orleans, La., for HITEC 2016 to make connections, be introduced to emerging technologies, and learn about new trends in the hospitality technology space. ...

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The Developing Story: Savannah

The Developing Story: Savannah

Ageless Southern refinement coexists with modern architecture and fast-paced business in Savannah, Ga., the largest National Historic Landmark District in the United States and a popular tourism and travel destination. Savannah comprises of more than 20 city squares, brimming with ...

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Hostel Fish Honors Racy Roots

Hostel Fish Honors Racy Roots

The traditional perception of hostels as cheap, unsafe or undesirable is shifting, as more properties emphasize high-touch design, tech-forward features, and creative programming. One such property that is shattering preconceived notions about the segment is Hostel Fish, an upscale hostel ...

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Design Roundup: Revamps and New-Builds

Design Roundup: Revamps and New-Builds

From multimillion-dollar overhauls to new-build stunners, the hotel industry is brimming with head-turning projects. Here is a look at some of the most interesting design projects on the horizon. Hilton Marco Island Beach Resort & Spa: Olshan Properties recently announced ...

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Check Out the Poem Room at Skwachàys Lodge

Check Out the Poem Room at Skwachàys Lodge

The Skwachàys Lodge and Gallery in Vancouver originally opened in 2012 to provide affordable housing for Aboriginal people at risk of homelessness, as well as healing lodge apartments for Aboriginal patients coming to the city for medical treatment. One-hundred percent ...

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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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