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Hilton, Marriott Rewards Rank Highest for Member Satisfaction

Hilton, Marriott Rewards Rank Highest for Member Satisfaction

COSTA MESA, Calif.—As the competition among hotel loyalty/rewards programs continues to heat up, hotel chains having multiple brands, wide distribution networks and diverse partnerships demonstrate distinct advantages in satisfying their members, according to the J.D. Power 2016 Hotel Loyalty/Rewards Program ...

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AH&LA Presents Unified, Powerful Voice

AH&LA Presents Unified, Powerful Voice

Led by hoteliers, our industry has carved a path that has resulted in year-after-year of record growth, job creation, and vigorous development in the lodging sector. Now, we at the American Hotel & Lodging Association are forging ahead to showcase ...

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Study Finds Illegal Airbnb Activity in Los Angeles

Study Finds Illegal Airbnb Activity in Los Angeles

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Today the American Hotel & Lodging Association (AH&LA) released Phase II of a study conducted by the Pennsylvania State University School of Hospitality Management that provides a detailed analysis of the commercial activity taking place in Los Angeles (L.A.) ...

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AAHOA Conference Starts Strong

AAHOA Conference Starts Strong

The Asian American Hotel Owners Association (AAHOA) officially kicked off its 2016 convention and trade show yesterday in Nashville with a packed-house at the opening general session. This year’s sold-out conference theme is “Success by Design.” The general session began ...

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85 Percent of Phoenix Airbnb Rooms Listed More Than 30 Days

85 Percent of Phoenix Airbnb Rooms Listed More Than 30 Days

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Today the American Hotel & Lodging Association (AH&LA) released Phase II of a study conducted by the Pennsylvania State University School of Hospitality Management that provides a detailed analysis of the commercial activity taking place in Phoenix on Airbnb, ...

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Public, Private Sectors Support Halting Proposed Overtime Rule

Public, Private Sectors Support Halting Proposed Overtime Rule

WASHINGTON, D.C.—The introduction today of legislation halting the U.S. Department of Labor’s anticipated overtime rule reflects mounting and widespread concerns of public-sector, nonprofit, and private-sector employers about the unintentional damage to workers and the U.S. economy such a rule would ...

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