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"Meet with Momentum" is the latest way Marriott is inviting meeting professionals to experience its top U.S. and Canadian properties.
The long-time head of the Marriott brand, J.W. Marriott Jr. will retire from his role as executive chairman in May.
Some hotels have been quick to relax mask requirements in reaction to the new CDC mask guidelines. The unexpected announcement from the Centers for Disease...
Today, as the axis of the food & beverage world has shifted due to the COVID-19 pandemic, safety and cleanliness have taken center stage.
Arne M. Sorenson, president and CEO, Marriott International passed away on February 15, 2021.
Marriott is expanding its all-inclusive portfolio through a long-term agreement with Sunwing Travel Group’s hotel division, Blue Diamond Resorts.
Amidst a global pandemic that has all but flatlined the hotel industry, Washington D.C. hotels are faced with a quintessential dilemma surrounding the inauguration.
Here is a look at what Marriott is doing to enhance its health and safety protocols as it welcomes back event and meetings business.
Consumer travel remains at an all-time low, 40 percent of hotel employees remain unemployed and almost two-thirds of hotels remain at or below 50 percent occupancy.
Following the roll out of Marriott International’s Commitment to Clean and Global Cleanliness Council, it has introduced digital content about redefined processes and reimagined spaces.
Gaylord Rockies in Colorado, Gaylord Palms in Florida and Gaylord Opryland in Tennessee, have opened, joining Gaylord Texan.
For your convenience, Prevue has compiled the latest new regarding hotel chain safety initiatives and protocols. We will update this list regularly.
The 2020 Summer Olympics have been postponed due to COVID-19 but will remain in Tokyo and will be held no later than summer 2021.
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.