Starwood Hotels & Resorts Completes Sale of Manhattan at Times Square

STAMFORD, Conn.—Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. announced that it has completed the sale of the 665-room Manhattan at Times Square Hotel in New...

B Hotels & Resorts to Open Three New Properties in 2013

WESTON, Fla.—South Florida-based B Hotels & Resorts is toasting celebrating its second year and its expanding portfolio. Within the first two years of launching...

DoubleTree by Hilton Opens Fourth Hotel in Greater Boston Area

MCLEAN, Va.—DoubleTree by Hilton announced the opening of a newly renovated, upscale, full-service hotel situated on Boston's North Shore. The 364-room DoubleTree by Hilton...

Rating the Per Diem Experience

The lodging industry has recently dealt with several large and quick moving issues that almost exclusively affect hoteliers. From the online hotel booking tax...

Development Trends on the Upswing

While U.S. lodging projects may not match the explosion of developments underway in countries like Brazil, India, and China, pipeline metrics show that a...

Meetings in Progress

The conference center industry has benefited in many ways from the continued recovery in the hotel industry. According to a survey published in the...

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Diversity & Inclusion Award Recipient Norman Jenkins Reflects on His Career

Capstone Development founder, president, and CEO Norman K. Jenkins recalls “it wasn’t unusual to be the only person of color in the room” during...
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WorldHotels Plans To Add More U.S. Properties in 2019

Frankfurt—WorldHotels recently added Linden Row Inn in Richmond, Virginia, to its Distinctive Collection of upscale hotels and resorts. The addition is part of WorldHotels' goal...
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Midas Hospitality Opens Second Hotel in Brooklyn Park, Minnesota

ST. LOUIS—Six months ago Midas Hospitality opened the very first new hotel built in Brooklyn Park since 1998. Now, the company is ready to...

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