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AHLA Challenges Guest Blacklist Law

AHLA Challenges Guest Blacklist Law

The American Hotel and Lodging Association (AHLA) last night filed a lawsuit in Washington State against the city of Seattle to challenge the legality of a new hotel worker ballot measure. AHLA filed the lawsuit alongside the Washington Hospitality Association ...

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Twenty Four Seven Hotels Adds California Hotels to Portfolio

Twenty Four Seven Hotels Adds California Hotels to Portfolio

NEWPORT BEACH, Calif.—Twenty Four Seven Hotels, a leading Newport Beach, Calif.—based hospitality management company, recently added the Courtyard Palm Desert, Residence Inn Palm Desert, and the Courtyard Sacramento Midtown bringing the total number of rooms under management to 2,400. “The ...

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StepStone Hospitality Adds Two Properties to Portfolio

StepStone Hospitality Adds Two Properties to Portfolio

NEW YORK—StepStone Hospitality, a hotel management company specializing in hotel, restaurant, and renovation management, today announced that it has added two Midtown Manhattan properties to its growing hotel management portfolio, the 132-room Gregory Hotel and the 173-room Renwick Hotel, which ...

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Sabre Hospitality Solutions Becomes AHLA’s Executive Partner

Sabre Hospitality Solutions Becomes AHLA’s Executive Partner

WASHINGTON, D.C.—The American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA) has recently appointed Sabre Hospitality Solutions President, Alex Alt, to its 2017 Board of Directors. Alt proudly accepted the appointment to AHLA’s Board, which represents leaders from all sectors of the lodging ...

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Choice Hotels Reveals 2017 Travel Outlook

Choice Hotels Reveals 2017 Travel Outlook

ROCKVILLE, Md.—As 2017 fast approaches, Choice Hotels International, Inc., one of the world’s leading hotel companies, has released its annual traveler survey capturing the latest insights from U.S. consumers. This year’s survey reveals Americans will increase travel spending in 2017, ...

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