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Ambassador Grows in the Midwest

Real estate investor and developer Paul Coury has a fascination with historic buildings. Coury is the founder of the Ambassador Hotel Collection, which specializes in turning storied properties into luxury hotel offerings. The collection’s latest project focused on turning the ...

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Safe and Pest Free

Over the past several years, there have been many changes to pest management practices in the lodging industry. The days of spraying entire rooms with pesticides are gone, and the pest control populace has transitioned to more sustainable, non-chemical practices ...

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Join the Club

As more and more foodies begin to seek out travel destinations based on culinary offerings, hotels are working hard to incorporate food and beverage concepts that will stand out—not only in the lodging scene, but in the restaurant scene as ...

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Selling Points

Meeting demand is growing, and planners are on the hunt for flexible spaces where they can create memorable and, at times, non-traditional events on a budget. Booking windows remain short, however, and hotels are upgrading their meetings and special events ...

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For Kids, By Kids

Hyatt feeds 3 million children a year at its full-service properties in the U.S., Canada, and the Caribbean. To meet the expectations of its young, discerning customers, Hyatt has launched a “For Kids By Kids” menu that supports the company’s ...

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An iPhone for Everyone

In the 2011 fiscal year, Apple sold 72 million iPhones, and the numbers continue to grow each year as the brand’s smartphone technology improves. The popularity of the iPhone and iPad is not lost on hoteliers, and many have integrated ...

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