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Positive Performance

As the recovery of demand for the U.S. lodging industry takes hold, a detailed look at the data reveals a more mixed result when looking at specific locations. The good news first: Hotels in all location types reported strong demand ...

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Property Insurance Coverage

Property insurance is a valuable asset that can protect businesses in the hospitality industry from both natural and man-made disasters. Such insurance may provide coverage not only for physical damage to and loss of property, but also economic losses resulting ...

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The Battle Continues

As the summer travel season approaches, the lodging industry is celebrating a major legislative win. This time last year, AH&LA was fighting an intense battle against the Internet Travel Tax Fairness Act (ITTFA). Opposing ITTFA is our number one legislative ...

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AH&LA Partners to Launch Travel Coalition

The American Hotel & Lodging Association (AH&LA), along with U.S. Travel Association, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, and National Retail Federation, announced the Discover America Partnership, a broad coalition of trade associations, corporate interests, organized labor, and various groups that understand ...

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Up to the Task

The Westin Lombard Yorktown Center in Lombard, Ill., was named the winner of the American Hotel & Lodging Association’s (AH&LA) year-long Energy Slasher Challenge. The challenge, launched on Earth Day 2010, helped participating hotels obtain a 5 percent overall energy ...

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