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Hotels

Los Angeles hotels’ occupancy rates reached record high this July

It looks like tourism has rebounded in the LA region with a heavy flow of foreign tourists helping hotels reach the highest number of occupied rooms in the past 25 years.

Los Angeles hotels’ occupancy rates reached record high this July

Hotels

Starwood to expand in emerging hotel market in Ukraine

Hotel growth was kick started in Ukraine during this summer's Euro Cup tournaments, but Starwood expects the trend to continue and sees wide-open spaces for high-end hotel development.

Starwood to expand in emerging hotel market in Ukraine

Online Travel

More UK and U.S. expansion for last-minute booking service HotelTonight

City by city, the HotelTonight team is carving out its place as the go-to service for last-minute bookings. As it grows, will it be able to maintain its focus?

Hotels

The hotels housing each state’s delegates during the GOP convention

Representatives from each state stayed in a different hotel this week and the reviews suggest the hotel choice may say something about the state staying in it.

Hotels

7 hotel restaurants that offer way more than room service

Trendy hotels set themselves apart by adjoining to a hip hotel with a well-known chef in a marriage that makes hotel guests happy and provides a steady stream of customers looking for a bite to eat.

Business Travel

Business travelers value Wi-Fi almost as much as a comfortable bed

Surveyed employees say hotel choice affects their productivity more than any other trip component, which is important when companies are expecting greater outcomes in a shorter time.

Hotels

Global hotel chains gear up in Russia to prep for Olympics and World Cup

Many eyes have turned to watch Brazil develop into a global host, but major hotel brands are focused on another BRIC country that will soon need adequate accommodations for the world's sporting community.

Hotels

Top 10 most-searched hotel brands by Chinese travelers

Western hotels that were the first to enter China in the mid-1980's are reaping the greatest benefits as seen by the Sheraton's and other Western brands' popularity in online searches.

Hotels

From tax cuts to deficits: Why the financial health of U.S. hotels is up in the air

Hotels finally clawed their way back to success this year but they face an uncertain future as both tax increases and tax decreases have results which could quickly turn their gains into declines.

Hotels

Consumer and business travel advocates urge FTC action on hotel price advertising

There is no reason for a hotel to leave out a mandatory fee when advertising the price of a room. It's time for the FTC to crack down.