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Building a Green Supply Chain for Hotels

Building a Green Supply Chain for Hotels

Hotel sustainability depends not just on the property-based management’s conservation practices, but also the practices of its many suppliers who provide products and services needed to serve guests. Navigating the maze of factors isn’t easy. In comparing the sustainability virtues ...

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A Word from Gary Gray of Twenty Four Seven Hotels

A Word from Gary Gray of Twenty Four Seven Hotels

In January, Gary Gray was named chief investment officer of Newport Beach, Calif.-based Twenty Four Seven Hotels. Gray, who brought to his new position years of experience in the industry, shared with LODGING how much he enjoys the many aspects of ...

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Red Lion Plans Brand Realignment

Red Lion Plans Brand Realignment

Red Lion Hotels Corporation (RLHC) announced plans for realigning its brand portfolio. The news follows the September 2016 acquisition of Vantage Hospitality’s hotel franchising business from which the company acquired approximately 1,000 franchise hotel agreements nationwide and added more than 59,000 rooms. “Our company has undergone ...

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BD Hotels Opens Pod DC Micro-Hotel

BD Hotels Opens Pod DC Micro-Hotel

WASHINGTON, D.C.–BD Hotels announced its first venture outside of New York City—the opening of Pod DC, a 245-room micro-hotel located in the district’s lively Chinatown/Penn Quarter neighborhood. Following the model of BD Hotels’ successful Pod Hotels in Manhattan and Brooklyn, ...

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Columbia Hospitality Acquires Seattle-Based Coastal Hotels

Columbia Hospitality Acquires Seattle-Based Coastal Hotels

SEATTLE—Seattle-based hospitality management and consulting company Columbia Hospitality has announced the purchase of six management agreements and other assets from Coastal Hotels, a privately held hospitality management company also based in Seattle. The acquisition will take effect on May 1, ...

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Driving Customers to Direct Bookings

Driving Customers to Direct Bookings

Partnering with an OTA can be both a beneficial and hindering experience to a hotel’s operations—the battle for driving customers to book directly is a competitive conflict that hotels have been fighting for years. However, hospitality businesses understand consumer behavior ...

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