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Simpler Taste

At the Clarion Waterford Inn & Conference Center in Elmhurst, Ill., guests of the Choice Hotels branded property are getting a new taste of the possible future of midscale food and beverage service. Bistro C is a new beta test ...

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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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Tech Buzz

Remember when hotel guests got excited over free HBO and still-in-the-theater movies on pay-per-view? Pete Sears, a 24-year Hyatt veteran, recalls those simpler days. Now, in our 24/7 digital age, guests have loftier expectations, and hotels are investing in new ...

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Here Come the Profits

The U.S. lodging industry recovery may have begun in 2010, but it wasn’t until 2011 that most hotels in the country shared the improved prosperity. In 2011, 80.5 percent of the properties that participated in PKF Hospitality Research’s (PKF-HR) Trends ...

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Gaining Traction

The continued demand and rate increases in the U.S. lodging industry are a good sign for a continued recovery, and we expect the next 24 months to continue to show increases in revenue per available room. While all chain-scale segments ...

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Flexible and Functional

In today’s high-tech world, more and more hotels are offering business travelers sleek and flexible meeting spaces equipped with the latest technologies. That is largely because many business travelers these days don’t leave home without their all-important gadgets. And those ...

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