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Back to the Future

At the start of the recession, lodging demand and ADR fell further and faster than anyone anticipated. A reversal of fortune is underway, as hotels are experiencing gains in demand and finally in ADR as well. Will these trends continue?  ...

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ADR Recovery?

September results demonstrate that the strong room demand rebound for U.S. hotels (when compared against the year 2009) is being followed by a slow but steady increase in average daily rate (ADR). Since May 2010 ADR has experienced growth—it’s been ...

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Optimism Rising

As U.S. lodging industry performance has turned positive in 2010, so too has the attitude of meeting planners, though not quite to the same degree. While the temperament of association, corporate, government, and independent planners cannot be characterized as exuberant, ...

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View from the State House

The American Hotel & Lodging Association is the industry’s voice in Washington, D.C., but we rely greatly on our state partners to keep us up to date on what is happening on the local level. Frequently issues begin to bubble ...

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4 Questions for Bruce Haase, Choice Hotels International

Bruce Haase, executive vice president of global brands, marketing, and operations for Choice Hotels International, recently signed on as the newest member of the national board of directors for the organization’s signature cause partner Rebuilding Together, serving as the treasurer ...

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Get Inside the Lodging Industry

Lately there’s been a flurry of activity on Capitol Hill, with new and potential regulations and legislation impacting the way hoteliers do business. To help you know what to focus on, look to AH&LA’s first edition of the Lodging Insider ...

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