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The irresistible draw of Miami—South Beach, in particular—brings the co-founder and managing principal of Menin Hospitality back home.
Sustainable design doesn't have to be expensive or difficult; all it requires is a different way of looking at things.
International travel is big, but hotels may need to reinvest in back-end infrastructure to avoid losing bookings to more modern competitors.
Hotel event spaces are going wireless—but that simply means that more electrical components need to be hidden from view.
New technology in televisions and with TV services allows the units to be transformed into a control hub for the entire guestroom.
Guests expect the in-room experience to be as good, or better, than at home, according to a recent white paper from ADB on in-room entertainment preferences.