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Designing Hotels for Tight Urban Markets

Designing Hotels for Tight Urban Markets

Designing an urban hotel is a bit like playing Tetris; you have to put all the little pieces together just right. Just ask architect Rob Uhrin. He’s been squeezing hotels into tight spaces for 15 years. Of course, he’s worked ...

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Tips for Marketing to Outdoor Enthusiasts

Tips for Marketing to Outdoor Enthusiasts

Outdoor enthusiasts represent a growing travel demographic. Every year, outdoor recreation brings in $646 billion in consumer spending, with 80 percent of that going towards travel and lodging expenses. Today, those who participate in outdoor sports and activities—from hunting and ...

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The New Rules of Hotel Renovation

The New Rules of Hotel Renovation

High-end hotel renovations stretch far beyond adding a fresh coat of paint or installing new carpeting. They pour millions of dollars into splashy upgrades like speakeasy bars, rooftop terraces, and specialty suites with wine caves. Despite staggering investments and time-consuming ...

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Optimism Reigns at ALIS

Optimism Reigns at ALIS

At the 2014 Americas Lodging Investment Summit (ALIS)—which brought more than 2,600 hotel industry executives, owners, and investors to the JW Marriott Los Angeles L.A. Live in California—the outlook for 2014 remained overwhelmingly positive. Following a year of record-breaking statistics ...

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Hawaii Hotel Benefits from Cultural Immersion

Hawaii Hotel Benefits from Cultural Immersion

In Hawaii, with its abundance of lodging, it might seem outrageous for one particular property to boast that it is “Hawaii’s Most Hawaiian Hotel.” But no hoteliers appear to be approaching Mike White, general manager of Maui’s Kaanapali Beach Hotel, ...

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