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Canopy to Make United Kingdom Debut in London

Canopy to Make United Kingdom Debut in London

LONDON—Hilton Worldwide has unveiled plans to bring Canopy by Hilton to the United Kingdom with Canopy by Hilton London City. Following a franchise agreement with 4C Hotel Group, Canopy London City will welcome its first guests in early 2018. The ...

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Starwood Announces Expansion in Europe

Starwood Announces Expansion in Europe

BERLIN—From the International Hotel Investment Forum (IHIF) in Berlin, Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. today announced its continued expansion in Europe with a record 18 organic hotel openings in 2015 and over 30 hotels already under development and expected ...

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Wyndham Expands Across EMEA

Wyndham Expands Across EMEA

LONDON—Wyndham Hotel Group’s EMEA portfolio is enjoying its strongest position ever. 2015 saw extensive growth with the opening of 38 hotels resulting in an impressive 440 hotels within the region. Strong momentum continues into 2016 with a pipeline of 50 ...

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New Group Business Continues Positive Trend into 2016

New Group Business Continues Positive Trend into 2016

NEW YORK—Heading deeper into 2016, properties in major North American markets are continuing to experience strong increases in bookings, with 20 of the top 25 (80 percent) markets showing committed occupancy growth compared to last month. However, new business reservation ...

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Best Western Continues with Vīb, GLō Development

Best Western Continues with Vīb, GLō Development

PHOENIX—Since the announcement of Vīb, the boutique concept by Best Western Hotels & Resorts, the brand has eight Vīb projects under development and is actively negotiating deals in key cities across the U.S. Designed for today’s connected traveler, the boutique ...

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Fitch: U.S. RevPAR Growth Forecast Lowers

Fitch: U.S. RevPAR Growth Forecast Lowers

NEW YORK—Fitch Ratings has lowered its 2016 U.S. RevPAR growth forecast to 4-5 percent from 4-6 percent. RevPAR growth will not likely exceed 5 percent for the year due to weaker than expected fourth-quarter and year-to-date transient demand growth. Fitch ...

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