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Don’t Be Left in the Dark

If the grandiose allure of hotel lobbies and generous amenities are any indication, it is clear that “there’s no second chance to make a first impression” in the hospitality industry. Yet, hospitality settings are at risk for being left in ...

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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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Smarter and Safer Payment Systems

Many hoteliers may be reading or hearing about EMV (Europay, MasterCard and Visa) and NFC (Near Field Communication) and wondering what effect these new payment technologies will have on the lodging industry. NFC is all about smartphones and mobile marketing, ...

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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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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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4Q4: Patrick Colee, Noble House

Noble House Hotels & Resorts is a privately held hotel ownership and management company in business for more than 30 years. With a philosophy that emphasizes “location, distinction and soul,” the Seattle, Wash., based company owns and manages boutique hotels ...

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