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Chesapeake Adds Three Hotels to Managed Portfolio

Chesapeake Adds Three Hotels to Managed Portfolio

GREENBELT, Md.—Chesapeake Hospitality, a dynamic third-party hotel management company, announced today that it has been selected manager of the Hotel Indigo St. Louis Downtown, the Holiday Inn Washington-College Park hotel and the Detroit Airport Marriott hotel. Kim Sims, president of ...

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Chesapeake to Manage DoubleTree Syracuse

Chesapeake to Manage DoubleTree Syracuse

GREENBELT, Md.—Chesapeake Hospitality, a third-party hotel management company, has assumed management of the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Syracuse, adding to its full-service management portfolio. Kim Sims, president of Chesapeake Hospitality, made the announcement. As Chesapeake assumes management, the 250-room upscale, ...

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In 2016, Sourcing Qualified Talent a Top Priority

In 2016, Sourcing Qualified Talent a Top Priority

The U.S. hotel industry put on a strong performance in 2015, with occupancy, average daily rate, revenue per available room, and other benchmarks hitting all-time highs. Increases in occupancy, in particular, have a profound affect on the industry, especially on ...

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Chesapeake Assumes Management of Four Points Louisville

Chesapeake Assumes Management of Four Points Louisville

GREENBELT, Md.—Chesapeake Hospitality has assumed management of the 117-room Four Points by Sheraton Louisville Airport hotel, adding it its full-service management portfolio. Kim Sims, president of Chesapeake Hospitality, made the announcement. Located in close proximity to downtown Louisville, the Louisville ...

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Turning an F&B Profit

Turning an F&B Profit

When hotel owners think about their primary profit centers, they don’t usually consider their food and beverage programs. According to Chris Green, senior vice president of operations at Chesapeake Hospitality, these programs are typically considered ancillary, comparable to an in-room ...

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