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Artsy NYC hotels band together to offer guests designed-themed promotions this winter

A city's themed promotions could be an attractive option for hotel partners and travelers, as well as the advice will be current, and hotel staff will be on call to answer questions.

Artsy NYC hotels band together to offer guests designed-themed promotions this winter

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The LEGO masterpiece you wished you could build as a kid: a real-life LEGO hotel

Just like Barbie-themed cruises, the Legoland Hotel’s business should boom thanks to parents looking for a kid-friendly holiday that's not just another trip to Disney.

The LEGO masterpiece you wished you could build as a kid: a real-life LEGO hotel

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Analysis: Expedia, with Trivago, won’t get caught flat-footed this time around

Priceline and Booking.com should feel some heat from Expedia and Trivago in Europe, where Kayak faces the sentiment that it is an American interloper.

Analysis: Expedia, with Trivago, won’t get caught flat-footed this time around

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Hotel industry’s envy Sahara Group in $5 billion trouble at home in India

Sahara has been controversial from the beginning, and investors everywhere need to ask the hard questions before getting into business with it.

Hotel industry’s envy Sahara Group in $5 billion trouble at home in India

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Electric car charging stations are the new, new thing for hotels

Electric car charging stations are the new, new thing for hotels

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Hotels change brands to attract travelers and improve their bottom lines

The deals hotel brands and building owners are making now -- as opposed to those made in 2007 -- are much more likely to be sensible and sustainable for everyone, and allow properties enough wiggle room to improve things for guests.

Hotels change brands to attract travelers and improve their bottom lines

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The tricky balance between legality and innovation in the sharing economy

As disruptive companies in the sharing economy take hold, local laws in some cases will change to accommodate them. That is beginning to happen.

The tricky balance between legality and innovation in the sharing economy

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QE 2 hotel plans appear to be scrapped

With all its history, the QE 2 may end up on the scrap heap and that would be a shame.

QE 2 hotel plans appear to be scrapped

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Not surprisingly, D.C. hotels not as busy for Obama’s 2nd inaguaration

Besides the novelty factor wearing off, the political gridlock isn't inspiring too much inspirational political travel these days.

Not surprisingly, D.C. hotels not as busy for Obama’s 2nd inaguaration

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Google Plus tries another angle to attract reviews: free goodies

Google's at the mall now, but perhaps it will try direct-mail and billboards next to prod people to write restaurant and hotel reviews for Google+.

Google Plus tries another angle to attract reviews: free goodies