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D.C. Hotels Lost $2 Million in Revenue During Shutdown

The long-term effects of the recent 16-day government shutdown are still uncertain, but Washington, D.C., hotels experienced some dramatic hits in revenue while the federal government was out of work. According to this article from the Washington Post, hotels in ...

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Trump Unveils Designs for Old Post Office

Trump Unveils Designs for Old Post Office

WASHINGTON—Donald J. Trump, president and chairman of The Trump Organization, as well as Donald Trump Jr., Ivanka Trump, and Eric Trump, executive vice presidents of development and acquisitions, unveiled details of Trump Hotel Collection’s plans for its $200 million redevelopment ...

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Hotel Construction Ramping Up in Unexpected Places

Hotel Construction Ramping Up in Unexpected Places

The U.S. RevPAR recovery is well underway. With operating fundamentals now nearing or surpassing the prior peaks of 2007 and room demand at an all time high, industry participants feel positive. But, as always in the lodging industry, positive news ...

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Taking the Hill

Taking the Hill

Nearly 300 hoteliers from across the country convened in Washington, D.C., April 23-24 for the American Hotel and Lodging Association’s Legislative Action Summit (LAS). In roughly 200 appointments on Capitol Hill with key members of the House and Senate, delegates ...

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