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Uniform Control

Entering the Sunset Station Hotel & Casino in Henderson, Nev., through the employee entrance, one immediately notices something that may seem all too familiar. If you’ve ever been to a dry cleaner, you’ll recognize the counter and the three large ...

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Certified and Ready

When Marriott International President and COO Arne Sorenson addressed employees and assembled dignitaries at the company’s Bethesda, Md., headquarters this spring, it was in celebration of the headquarters’ LEED certification. During his remarks, he stressed that the achievement was only ...

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Reform Required

The American Hotel & Lodging Association (AH&LA) has been a longtime advocate of reforming our country’s immigration laws. The reason is simple—it is in the best interest of our industry, our economy, and our nation. Current immigration policies are irrational, ...

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Trophies and Treasure

Given the minimal transaction activity that has occurred during 2009 and 2010, it has been a challenge to assess the state of the U.S. hotel real estate market. With industry fundamentals at all-time lows, one would assume that cap rates ...

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Good News Keeps Coming

Last month we reported that the average daily rate (ADR) shortfall was narrowing—it was down 3.3 percent versus the same time last year. This month that shortfall has narrowed even further—now down just 2.2 percent versus the same time last ...

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Healthier Signs

With the dismal 2009 behind us, the first three months of 2010 showed a remarkable turnaround with regards to room demand. Arguably, a partial explanation of the positive numbers can be found in the easy comparables against the first quarter ...

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