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These are the hospitality trends we were talking about this week.

Throughout the week we post dozens of original stories, connecting the dots across the travel industry, and every weekend we sum it all up. This weekend roundup examines hospitality.

For all of our weekend roundups, go here.

>>Will Accor-Banyan Tree be the model for Asian hotel groups to grow globally without losing their independence and brand value? The devil may be in the execution: Accor and Banyan Tree Hotel Partnership Could Be a Very Tricky Maneuver

>>It seems like everyone in hospitality (and travel in general) is looking at the tours and activities space these days: Marriott Expands Reach Into Tours and Activities With Its Latest Investment

>>It will be interesting to see if Marriott can really turn around Sheraton as it has before with other brands: 6 Takeaways From Marriott Investor Day

>>But the bigger question remains: Can it successfully compete with the reigning “Airbnb of China,” Tujia? Airbnb Rebrands in China to Better Compete With Local Rivals

>>If there were ever someone who truly influenced and mentored an entire generation of hotel leaders, Bill Kimpton would be at the very top of that list: What It Was Like to Work with Boutique Hotel Pioneer Bill Kimpton



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Photo credit: Airbnb wants to grow its business in China. Airbnb / Airbnb

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