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With the hospitality industry in what seems like a constant state of flux, these new hotel brands might have slipped by you.
For your convenience, Prevue has compiled the latest new regarding hotel chain safety initiatives and protocols. We will update this list regularly.
As a result of the spreading COVID-19 coronavirus, the Meetings Mean Business Coalition has postponed Global Meetings Industry Day.
One of the world’s biggest trade shows cancels and hotels close as the coronavirus continues to spread, taking a toll on not just the events industry but the world economy.
New supply in some major U.S. markets may give planners more leverage, but for the most part 2020 and 2021 will be a continuation of the strong sellers market.
Just minutes from historic Old San Juan, the beachfront Caribe Hilton has reopened following a $150 million restoration—just in time for its 70th birthday.
The first Signia Hilton will open in 2020 with a rebranding of the Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek.
More hotel strikes representing about 7,500 hotel workers at 24 hotels in the Los Angeles area could ensue if contract negotiations don’t reach an agreement.
Lifestyle brands continue to make their mark, with Hilton launching its latest—Motto by Hilton—last month.
The best course of action for planners dealing with the Chicago hotel strike is to postpone the meeting and negotiate new dates to avoid cancellation fees.
The hospitality industry is making an effort to cut back on waste by joining in on the #LastStraw campaign.
Don't you wish you could work out in the privacy of your hotel room? Now you can, with Hilton's new in-room gym offering.
Here are at least three ways that robots are redefining hospitality as we know it.
InterContinental Hotels Group announced that it will be the third major hotel brand to cut independent planner commissions from 10 percent to 7 percent.
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