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Boston Marathon to Bring Economic Boost to Region

Boston Marathon to Bring Economic Boost to Region

The 118th Boston Marathon on April 21, 2014, and surrounding marathon-related events including the John Hancock Sports & Fitness Expo and the Boston Athletic Association (BAA) 5K, will bring an estimated $175.8 million in spending impact to the Greater Boston ...

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Powering Down: Hotels Are Controlling Utility Costs

Powering Down: Hotels Are Controlling Utility Costs

According to the 2013 edition of PKF’s Trends in the Hotel Industry report, total operating expenses for the average U.S. hotel increased by 3.3 percent in 2012. During the year, all major expense categories posted an increase from 2011 except ...

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PKF U.S. Hotel Forecast: Overbuilding Not a Concern (Yet)

PKF U.S. Hotel Forecast: Overbuilding Not a Concern (Yet)

ATLANTA, Ga.—According to the March 2014 edition of PKF Hospitality Research LLC’s (PKF-HR) Hotel Horizons forecast report, the U.S. hotel occupancy rate will finally recover to pre-recession levels in 2014. Given this lofty level of performance, many industry participants are ...

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TravelClick: Hotels Positioned For Growth in 2014

TravelClick: Hotels Positioned For Growth in 2014

NEW YORK—Hotels are poised to see healthy growth in 2014, according to data from the February 2014 TravelClick North American Hospitality Review (NAHR). Both the transient (individual business and leisure travelers) as well as the group segment are seeing gains ...

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Philadelphia Hotel Market is Buzzing With Activity

Philadelphia Hotel Market is Buzzing With Activity

Could the City of Brotherly Love the next hot hotel market? Philadelphia might be known for its arts and entertainment, restaurants, history, and passionate sports fans, but now it’s also being recognized for its bustling hotel activity, with red-hot openings ...

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