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Omni Hotels Launches Polling for Cocktails Campaign

Omni Hotels Launches Polling for Cocktails Campaign

DALLAS—In an effort to predict the next President of the United States, Omni Hotels & Resorts will launch “Polling for Cocktails,” a brand-wide promotion, starting Tuesday, Sept. 6 through Election Day Tuesday, Nov. 8. Omni properties nationwide will be offering ...

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Disruptive Restaurant Group Partners with Denihan

Disruptive Restaurant Group Partners with Denihan

LOS ANGELES, Calif.—Disruptive Restaurant Group, a subsidiary of sbe, the Los Angeles-based leading lifestyle hospitality company, today announced its first partnership with Denihan Hospitality Group to develop and manage the food & beverage concepts appearing at The James West Hollywood–Sunset. ...

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Lansdowne Resort Announces F&B Concept

Lansdowne Resort Announces F&B Concept

LEESBURG, Va.—Lansdowne Resort and Spa, A Destination Hotel announces the opening concepts for Coton and Rye, a quintessential Virginia Tavern, celebrating the land, farm, and Virginian lifestyle both then and now. Coton and Rye will be the first of five ...

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DoubleTree Celebrates Chocolate Chip Cookie Day

DoubleTree Celebrates Chocolate Chip Cookie Day

DoubleTree by Hilton celebrates National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day today with the launch of a series of collectible cookies tins, social contest, and a global cookie takeover to share the brand’s signature sweet treat with travelers everywhere. As part of ...

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Holiday Isle Tiki Bar Reopens

Holiday Isle Tiki Bar Reopens

Postcard Inn Beach Resort & Marina at Holiday Isle, Islamorada is re-opening its Holiday Isle Tiki Bar, home to the original rum runner. After closing in September 2015 to undergo upgrades and enhancements, the refreshed Tiki Bar is celebrating its ...

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TownePlace Suites Reveals ‘Hot’ Partnership

TownePlace Suites Reveals ‘Hot’ Partnership

Hoteliers continuously hear it from industry pundits and satisfaction surveys: Guests are looking for more local, communal experiences during their hotel visits. Increasing millennial trends, such as food tourism and co-living, are taking hospitality in unexpected directions, as short-term rental ...

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