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Best Western Breaks Ground on Texas’ First GLō Hotel

Best Western Breaks Ground on Texas’ First GLō Hotel

PHOENIX—Best Western Hotels & Resorts has marked the arrival of its newest GLō with a groundbreaking event in DeSoto, Texas—just 15 miles outside of downtown Dallas. GLō, Best Western’s new-construction boutique hotel brand, is designed for savvy travelers expecting the ...

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Hotel Industry Applauds New Joint Employer Legislation

Hotel Industry Applauds New Joint Employer Legislation

Washington, D.C.—The American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA) applauded the introduction of the “Save Local Business Act,” which will provide clarity to America’s small businesses and entrepreneurs on what it means to be a “joint employer.” Following a recent hearing ...

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Openings: The Stella Hotel in Bryan, Texas

Openings: The Stella Hotel in Bryan, Texas

Panoramic views of the Texas landscape surround The Stella, the first independent, upscale boutique hotel in Bryan, Texas. With its five-acre lake, waterfront park, and observation trails, the 176-room property enables guests to participate in paddle boarding, lakeside concerts, picnics, ...

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Revisiting Solar Energy for Hotels

Revisiting Solar Energy for Hotels

Solar energy was once a popular option for commercial venues, but when excitement around this renewable energy source waned, other trends started to take its place. Right now, the hospitality industry is focused on other types of green energy—think wind ...

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ALHI Adds Four Member Hotels to Convention Portfolio

ALHI Adds Four Member Hotels to Convention Portfolio

ORLANDO–Associated Luxury Hotels International (ALHI) has expanded its global portfolio and ALHI Convention Collection with the recent addition of four new member hotels: the new InterContinental Washington D.C.–The Wharf, slated to open in October 2017 on the Potomac River; the ...

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