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Royal Palms Resort to Join Unbound Collection

Royal Palms Resort to Join Unbound Collection

CHICAGO—Hyatt Hotels Corporation today announced that a wholly owned subsidiary has entered into an agreement to purchase the 119-room Royal Palms Resort and Spa. The transaction is expected to close in July 2016. The hotel will continue to be operated ...

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Hostel Fish Honors Racy Roots

Hostel Fish Honors Racy Roots

The traditional perception of hostels as cheap, unsafe or undesirable is shifting, as more properties emphasize high-touch design, tech-forward features, and creative programming. One such property that is shattering preconceived notions about the segment is Hostel Fish, an upscale hostel ...

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U.S. Travel to Cuba Continues to Expand

U.S. Travel to Cuba Continues to Expand

Since the initial December 2014 announcement that the United States would reopen long-severed ties with Cuba, the hospitality industry has been abuzz over the opportunities the island could provide for travel. Finally, the industry is making headway as the two ...

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IHG Army Hotels Abrams Hall Earns Gold LEED Certification

IHG Army Hotels Abrams Hall Earns Gold LEED Certification

Regional and national leaders from InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG), the U.S. Army and the White House Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) gathered at the IHG Army Hotels Abrams Hall on Fort Benning to celebrate the property’s recent Gold LEED certification. ...

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Boston Experiences Rise in Commercial Airbnb Activity

Boston Experiences Rise in Commercial Airbnb Activity

WASHINGTON, D.C.—The American Hotel & Lodging Association (AH&LA) today released a new study that provides a detailed analysis of the rise in commercial activity taking place in Boston on Airbnb, one of the most trafficked short-term rental websites. The study ...

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Will TSA Troubles Impact Hotels?

Will TSA Troubles Impact Hotels?

With airport security lines growing increasingly long and wait times lasting two hours or more, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) recently found itself in hot water. Airport security checkpoints across the country have been understaffed, with The Associated Press recently ...

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