Hotels Jump on the Bleisure Trend

As the lines continue to blur between business and leisure travel, hotels are in a prime position to capitalize on the growing “bleisure” segment....

Starwood’s New CIO Talks Tech Innovation

When Martha Poulter went to the University of Connecticut for computer science and engineering in the 1980s, there were very few women in the...
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How Business Travelers Buy: Hotel Pricing in a Social World

There is more information than ever before at the point of purchase for a hotel stay. With ratings, reviews, price, brand, and TripAdvisor rank,...

Hotels Can Maximize the Value of Unsold Rooms

The empty hotel room is a fact of life. On a given night, that might not seem like a significant problem. But when considered...

Haunted Hotels Scare Up Business

Things that go bump in the night, appear out of nowhere in 1930s-era housekeeping garb, or unexpectedly tie towels in a knot while guests...
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Five Markets With the Most Hotel Construction

Analysts at Lodging Econometrics recently reported the top five markets with the largest hotel construction pipelines for the third quarter of 2018. The number...
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15 Women Moving Up Hospitality’s Career Ladder

Over the past few years, more and more women seem to be climbing to the top ranks of the hotel industry. This isn’t a coincidence—woman...
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14 Hotel Companies Among 2019 Best Employers for Diversity

Fourteen hotel companies are among this year's Best Employers for Diversity, according to Forbes magazine. The list, which recognizes organizations for their commitment to...
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The Room Key: How To Handle an Angry Guest

The Room Key is LODGING's advice column for hoteliers, managers, and team members at all levels of hospitality. Experts will answer questions on everything from...
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