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Urban Oasis: Cachet Boutique NYC

Urban Oasis: Cachet Boutique NYC

Asia-Pacific based hotel management company Cachet Hospitality Group has opened their first property in the United States—Cachet Boutique NYC. The property is located in Midtown Manhattan, within walking distance of Hell’s Kitchen, Hudson Yards, and Chelsea. With an East-meets-West contemporary ...

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AC Hotel San Francisco Airport Opens Waterfront Property

AC Hotel San Francisco Airport Opens Waterfront Property

San Francisco Calif.–AC Hotel San Francisco Airport/Oyster Point Waterfront has opened. Located just 10 miles from downtown San Francisco and 10 minutes from San Francisco International Airport, this new 187-room property is the latest addition to South San Francisco’s growing ...

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Where and When Is Modular Construction Applicable?

Where and When Is Modular Construction Applicable?

The acceptance of “modular construction” is evolving. USA Today announced in June that Marriott has made the decision to strongly support franchisees’ use of modular construction in the development of appropriate brands. While largely recognized in Europe, modular construction has been ...

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Hotel Openings Grow Steadily As Cycle Matures

Hotel Openings Grow Steadily As Cycle Matures

PORTSMOUTH, NH—By the end of the third quarter, 701 hotels totaling 82,484 rooms had already opened in the U.S. with another 278 projects/29,532 rooms forecast to open by year-end, according to analysts at Lodging Econometrics. The Total 2017 Forecast is ...

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Hilton Garden Inn Debuts Seven New Hotels Nationwide

Hilton Garden Inn Debuts Seven New Hotels Nationwide

MCLEAN, Va.—From America’s largest city to the desert Southwest, Hilton Garden Inn debuted a variety of new lodging options around the country just in time for the busy holiday travel season. In 2016, 150 million Americans traveled over the Thanksgiving ...

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