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Moxy Hotels Debuts YouTube Series

Moxy Hotels Debuts YouTube Series

BETHESDA, Md.—Moxy Hotels, Marriott International’s contemporary and edgy lifestyle brand, in collaboration with the company’s Content Studio, will premiere “DO NOT DISTURB,” a new YouTube web series hosted by Taryn Southern, the comedian, creator and star of Taryn TV, on ...

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Selecting the Right Insurance Broker

Selecting the Right Insurance Broker

Much like insurance policies themselves, the brokers who sell them can be very diverse. Selecting the right policy can be overwhelming to most hoteliers, especially when you add in the various quirks of brokers. In order to provide the best ...

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Making a Killing with Macabre Properties

Making a Killing with Macabre Properties

Imagine—you’re the owner of a bed and breakfast and your property is in the throes of major renovations. Everything seems to be going smoothly, but then your contractors open up a 100-year-old wall and find—to their horror—human remains. This exact ...

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Texting Guests for Quick Feedback

Texting Guests for Quick Feedback

To entice the all-important millennial demographic, hoteliers are putting their staff with the nimblest fingers to use by engaging with travelers via text message. By employing this quick and easy form of communication, guests are able to make requests and ...

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Conserving Resources Builds Financial Savings

Conserving Resources Builds Financial Savings

The environmental footprint made by the tourism industry is comparable to the fifth largest polluter worldwide, according to a new study by EarthCheck, a scientific certification group for travel and tourism. An analysis of 1,047 global industry properties that took ...

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Guests Turn to Fitness Concierge to Stay in Shape

Guests Turn to Fitness Concierge to Stay in Shape

A new presence in the lodging industry is the fitness concierge. These fitness professionals partner with a hotel to connect guests with local fitness studios and instructors, register them for classes, and even plan personalized fitness calendars for their stays. ...

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