Miami heat: How the city's hotel transactions landscape is faring    global0.jpg   By:   Elliott Mest

The Miami Beach Loews hotel received a $175-million refinancing loan from Deutsche Bank, the b2 hotel property was sold for $57.5 million to HHR Eat Downtown Miami and the city gets ready to welcome 2,500 new hotel rooms in 2015. View

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August 20, 2014 | Newswire

Hotel Management's 2014 Top Multiunit Owners and Developers survey is open through Sept. 5. The survey is open to all multiunit hotel ownership and... more >>


August 20, 2014 | Newswire | By Glenn Withiam

Researchers comparing the amount of opportunistic behavior at brand-owned hotels with that of hotels owned by a third party actually find more bad... more >>


August 20, 2014 | Newswire | By J.P. Ford

The average selling price per room year-over-year (YOY) catapulted 28 percent in the first half of 2014 more >>


Interstate Hotels & Resorts

August 20, 2014 | Newswire | By Adam Leposa

Interstate Hotels & Resorts recently moved its proprietary business intelligence platform IHR1 to a cloud-based solution that workers can access on... more >>


August 20, 2014 | Newswire | By Adam Leposa

Hotels can use a variety of mobile devices to improve the guest experience more >>


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August 20, 2014 | Newswire | By Adam Leposa

The hotel industry is maturing in its approach to the issues raised by rapidly evolving technology more >>


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August 20, 2014 | Newswire | By Adam Leposa

A host of new offerings at HITEC 2014 more >>


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August 20, 2014 | Newswire | By Elliott Mest

The Miami Beach Loews hotel received a $175-million refinancing loan from Deutsche Bank, the b2 hotel property was sold for $57.5 million to HHR Eat... more >>


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August 20, 2014 | Newswire

The hotels are owned by Lloyds Banking Group (LLOY), Prestbury Investment Holdings, West Coast Capital and Aldersgate Investments, and are located in... more >>


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August 20, 2014 | Newswire

The update will begin in November and will take about one year to complete. The hotel will be open during the renovation, and floors will be closed... more >>


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July 18, 2014 | Article | By Howard Feiertag

Sales staffers know too well the importance of staff performance at the property level and its effect on the sales operation. All too often, just a... more >>


May 22, 2014 | Article | By HM Editorial Staff

Maximizing Customer Loyalty at Independent Hotels more >>


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March 26, 2014 | Article | By Howard Feiertag

Eight tips on how to be a great sales person. more >>


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March 12, 2014 | Article | By Elliott Mest

The Americans with DisabilitiesAct has been in effect for a full year, and hotels are now expected to fully comply with the updated standards... more >>


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March 3, 2014 | Article | By Stephanie Ricca

Four travel and hospitality marketers shared the next generation of social media marketing tips for hoteliers at November’s NATHIC conference in... more >>


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February 28, 2014 | Article | By Howard Feiertag

When you think about it, it is really amazing how many different ways individual guests and groups get to visit, and enjoy, a hotel stay. Just take a... more >>


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February 26, 2014 | Article | By William Frye

In today's world of austere hotel budgets, front-desk employees are increasingly being asked to perform more functions and serve more guests, with... more >>


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February 25, 2014 | Article | By HMM Editorial Staff

Known as an all-new-construction brand, Neenah, Wis.-based Cobblestone Hotels began in 2008 as a solution for small Midwestern towns that had demand... more >>


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February 24, 2014 | Article | By Elliott Mest

In part three of Hotel Management's series on luxury bedding design we look at the luxury traveler and the type of linen they are most interesting in. more >>


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February 21, 2014 | Article | By Elliott Mest

In part two of Hotel Management's series on high-end bed design, check out ways that designers are differentiating themselves from other properties... more >>

What's new in hotel upholstery?    ops.jpeg   By:   Elliott Mest

Big hotels are moving toward eclectic, residential looks, according to MaryEllen Walsh, VP of furniture product development for Kravet. That means less tight-backed chairs and more wood, but lower-end hotels can do well with tight-backed seating because they require less maintenance. View

Apple Core's Vijay Dandapani makes it in Manhattan    global.png   By:   Stephanie Ricca

In a time where success in the hotel industry seems measured by a company’s international footprint, its profitability from franchise operations and its rapid acquisition of new assets, smaller-scale companies can get overlooked. Just ask Vijay Dandapani, president of Apple Core Hotels. Here's his story. View



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