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Crescent Hotels to Manage Sheraton Milwaukee Brookfield

Crescent Hotels to Manage Sheraton Milwaukee Brookfield

Milwaukee, WI–Crescent Hotels & Resorts has been selected to manage the recently-renovated 389-room Sheraton Milwaukee Brookfield Hotel. Crescent, based in Fairfax, Virginia, currently operates more than 100 hotels, resorts, and conference centers in the US and Canada. The hotel, which ...

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When Management Fee Growth Threatens The Profits It Reflects

When Management Fee Growth Threatens The Profits It Reflects

The U.S. lodging industry’s recovery from the depths of the recent recession was characterized by strong growth in rooms revenue (RevPAR) concurrent with strict cost controls. This combination resulted in double-digit growth rates for profits—defined as income before deductions for ...

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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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McKibbon Hospitality Receives Marriott Partnership Award

McKibbon Hospitality Receives Marriott Partnership Award

Marriott International presented hotel management and development company McKibbon Hospitality with its 2017 Partnership Circle Award at the annual Marriott CONNECT Conference held in Los Angeles. McKibbon was among about a dozen groups across the U.S. to receive awards. The ...

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Taking Control of Hotel Inventory Management

Taking Control of Hotel Inventory Management

Inventory management is critical to overall hotel success. Too many hoteliers don’t understand the importance of maintaining distribution control over their coveted product—their hotel rooms. Instead, they willingly cede this control to others. We see this phenomenon all too often ...

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