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Hotel Palomar Los Angeles Debuts Renovation

Hotel Palomar Los Angeles Debuts Renovation

Channeling the creative confidence of the independent film industry’s makers, movers and shakers, Hotel Palomar Los Angeles – Beverly Hills boldly raises the curtain on its $12 million property-wide renovation to debut a rebellious new spirit and ambitious attitude. The ...

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5th Gear Shift Symposium Empowers Women in Lodging

5th Gear Shift Symposium Empowers Women in Lodging

Boston, MA – This past weekend, Boston University’s School of Hospitality Administration (BU SHA) hosted its first 5th Gear Shift: Women Navigating & Powering Your Career, a weekend-long symposium designed to educate female students on the skills, knowledge, perspectives, and ...

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Senate Introduces Bill to Reform H-2B Visa Program

Senate Introduces Bill to Reform H-2B Visa Program

WASHINGTON, D.C.—The H-2B Workforce Coalition, an alliance of more than 40 various industry associations focused on protecting American workers by ensuring American small and seasonal employers have access to legal short-term temporary employees during peak business periods, issued the following ...

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Wyndham Rewards Surpasses 50 Million Members

Wyndham Rewards Surpasses 50 Million Members

SHANGHAI—Wyndham Rewards, the award-winning, critically-acclaimed, guest loyalty program of hotel giant Wyndham Hotel Group, has announced it has surpassed 50 million members worldwide, marking a major achievement for the re-imagined program and highlighting the aggressive expansion of its globally recognized ...

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Outsourced Hotel Laundries: The Value of Certification

Outsourced Hotel Laundries: The Value of Certification

A hotel operator’s interest in increasing sustainability and environmental friendliness should include moving from on-premises laundries to an outsourced model. This is not only greener, it makes better economic sense. Hotel owners are rightfully concerned that guests have clean linens; ...

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