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Germantown Inn Opens in Nashville

Germantown Inn Opens in Nashville

NASHVILLE, Tenn.—Nestled between the quaint homes and chic restaurants of Nashville’s historic neighborhood of Germantown sits the brand new Germantown Inn, which opened Dec. 16. Located in one of the oldest buildings in Germantown, a two-story, Federal-style house constructed in ...

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Increasing Efficiency of Hotel Retail Outlets

Increasing Efficiency of Hotel Retail Outlets

Historically, hotels have offered retail operations primarily for guest convenience and satisfaction. And the revenue generated by hotel retail outlets typically represents only a small part of total hotel revenue—of the properties in the Trends in the Hotel Industry database ...

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Aparium Hotel Group Opens Hewing Hotel

Aparium Hotel Group Opens Hewing Hotel

MINNEAPOLIS, Minn.—Aparium Hotel Group, in a joint development effort with Fe Equus, announces Hewing Hotel, Minneapolis’s newest luxury boutique hotel, is now open. With the restoration of the historic Jackson Building in the city’s burgeoning North Loop neighborhood, Aparium Hotel ...

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Country Inns & Suites Opens Near Disneyland

Country Inns & Suites Opens Near Disneyland

MINNEAPOLIS—Country Inns & Suites By Carlson, a leading upper-midscale hotel brand, has announced the opening of Country Inn & Suites By Carlson, Anaheim, Calif. The hotel is located at 1640 South Clementine Street, a half a mile from the main ...

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Spa Revenue Surpassing Room Revenue Growth

Spa Revenue Surpassing Room Revenue Growth

NEW YORK—In 2015, hotel spa department revenue grew at a faster pace compared to other sources of hotel revenue. According to the recently released 2016 edition of Trends in the Hotel Spa Industry, U.S. hotel spa departments were able to ...

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Soft Brands Reap Benefits from Distribution Chains

Soft Brands Reap Benefits from Distribution Chains

Hendersonville, Tenn., has launched a singular promise in recent years: Retain the flexibility of independence, get the backing of a major brand. This approach has been fueling the swell of so-called “soft brands” launched in recent years. And, for the ...

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