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Test Your Knowledge

The recent regulatory changes to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) have raised many questions. If you’re a general manager or property owner, you should know the answers to the following: Which areas are affected by the 2010 regulations? (Swimming ...

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Sustainable Style

The sustainable food movement is growing fast—literally. Today, more hotels are introducing fresh farm-to-table elements into their restaurants and incorporating organic foods into their everyday business practice. Enthusiastic chefs and knowledgeable hotel staff are spreading the word about the importance ...

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The Super Bowl Effect

Many cities vie to play host to what is largely considered the biggest sporting event in the world, the Super Bowl. A successful Super Bowl experience is the product of a great pair of teams, a great stadium, and the ...

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If guests are going to criticize hotels for “nickel and diming” them by charging resort fees and surcharges, then they should also be aware of the services and amenities that U.S. hotels provide on a complimentary basis. In 2009, a ...

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Recasting the Mold

STR has long been the keeper of data and records for the U.S. hotel industry. We classify the performance of hotels according to established locations, price categories, and chain scales. However, every so often, the industry changes and we need ...

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