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AH&LA Names Stars of the Industry

AH&LA Names Stars of the Industry

WASHINGTON, D.C.—The American Hotel & Lodging Association (AH&LA) today announced the winners of its most prestigious prize: The Stars of the Industry Awards, honoring the nation’s top employees and properties for their outstanding accomplishments, service, and leadership in the hospitality ...

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Hotel Equities Cuts Ribbon on Residence Inn Lake Charles

Hotel Equities Cuts Ribbon on Residence Inn Lake Charles

ATLANTA, Ga.—Atlanta-based Hotel Equities recently held a ribbon-cutting and grand opening celebration for the Residence Inn by Marriott Lake Charles. Hotel Equities is the management company for the hotel that is owned by the Lake Charles-based BDK Associates. Brandon Heidkamp ...

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Franchisees Fuel Choice’s Forward Motion

Franchisees Fuel Choice’s Forward Motion

“Momentum” was the buzzword at Choice Hotels International’s annual convention in Las Vegas last week, and CEO Steve Joyce made it clear that it’s the efforts of franchisees that continue to fuel the company’s forward motion. Here’s an update on ...

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A Sweet Spot for Choice Hotels

A Sweet Spot for Choice Hotels

After a breakthrough 2015 marked by record revenue, operating income, and net income performance, as well as the launch of a new brand identity, Choice Hotels International intends to keep the momentum going across its 11 brands. At the company’s ...

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Installing Energy Storage at Your Hotel

Installing Energy Storage at Your Hotel

Recent advancements in battery technology, rising electricity demand rates, and the advent of no/low-risk financing models have made energy storage systems a financially attractive option for hoteliers. However, critical questions remain for hotel managers and owners even after they have ...

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Negotiating Management Contracts

Negotiating Management Contracts

When negotiating management contracts, both hoteliers and management companies have a single, simple goal in mind: Finalizing a deal that is fair and satisfying to both parties. But what if a hotelier is new to the management company game? What ...

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