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Tennessee Howard Johnson Rebrands as Magnuson Hotel Knoxville

Tennessee Howard Johnson Rebrands as Magnuson Hotel Knoxville

Magnuson Hotels announced the complete rebranding of the 162-room Magnuson Hotel Knoxville. Formerly franchised by Wyndham Hotels as the Howard Johnson Plaza Hotel Knoxville, the hotel will upgrade its local, regional, and national market to attract business, group and leisure ...

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Aqua Hospitality Creates Three Hotel Brands

Aqua Hospitality Creates Three Hotel Brands

HONOLULU—Hawaii’s Aqua Hotels and Resorts has changed its name to Aqua Hospitality and announced the restructuring of its 24-property group into three distinctive brands. In a little over a decade the hotel management company has developed a collection of hotels ...

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Los Angeles Hotels Post Record Year in 2012

Los Angeles Hotels Post Record Year in 2012

LOS ANGELES—Los Angeles welcomed a record 41.4 million visitors in 2012, a 2.5 percent increase over the previous record-high 40.4 million visitors in 2011 according to the Los Angeles Tourism & Convention Board (LA Tourism). Total domestic visitation accounted for ...

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Andrew Pinckney Inn to Undergo Extensive Renovation

Andrew Pinckney Inn to Undergo Extensive Renovation

CHARLESTON, S.C.—The Andrew Pinckney Inn, a 1840 boutique hotel overlooking Charleston’s City Market and locally managed by Charlestowne Hotels, will undergo an extensive remodeling to 32 guestrooms in the Church Street Building during the first quarter of 2013. The remodel ...

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Orient-Express to Launch Associate Hotel Program

Orient-Express to Launch Associate Hotel Program

NEW YORK—Orient-Express Hotels Ltd., owners or part-owners and managers of 45 luxury hotel, restaurant, tourist train, and river cruise properties, launched the Orient-Express Associate Hotels program. At the same time, Orient-Express announced that the founding member of the new program ...

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