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Hotel and Accommodation Industry

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  • Eagles keeping rookies up to speed

    — On the field and off, NFL rookies are finding adjustments from their college days increasingly easier to make, thanks to the way teams have set up their operations and the year-round programs that are in place in all 32 cities. So expectations are...
  • Hartford's Wadsworth Tavern: A 19th Century Reality Show

    Hartford's Wadsworth Tavern: A 19th Century Reality Show
    You’d have to figure a sitcom set in Hartford in the late-19th century would pick Mark Twain’s house on Farmington Avenue as a setting. But a reality show? No question, that’s the Wadsworth Tavern on the corner of Prospect and Albany...
  • Lollapalooza parties preview

    Lollapalooza parties preview
    There's a reason most of you never make it to the early performances at Lollapalooza. The festival parties are often the best parties of the year in Chicago and allow you to mingle with celebrities and watch big name artists perform in smaller venues...
  • Rollins' scholarship-producing Alfond Inn beats projections

    Rollins' scholarship-producing Alfond Inn beats projections
    The Alfond Inn, a boutique hotel established by Rollins College a year ago to raise money for scholarships, is exceeding its income projections for 2014, the school said Wednesday. The $32.5 million Winter Park hotel was projected to have net...
  • New Hyatt Place hotel proposed for downtown

    New Hyatt Place hotel proposed for downtown
    Plans for a new 205-room Hyatt Place hotel were filed with the Orlando city planning office, for the corner of South Street and Garland Avenue, next to the Ballroom at Church Street. The owner of the project is Boston-based Tremont Realty Capital, and...
  • The Homestead, established in 1766, has refreshed guests since before Revolutionary War

    The Homestead, established in 1766, has refreshed guests since before Revolutionary War
    "Yep, I've seen a lot of changes," says 88-year-old Virginia Strasser. She has worked behind the scenes at what is now The Omni Homestead Resort & Spa deep in the Allegheny Mountains for 62 years. Strasser is one of an exclusive club of employees who...
  • Forbes Travel Guide to bring star ratings to Mexico and Caribbean

    Forbes Travel Guide to bring star ratings to Mexico and Caribbean
    Want to know where to find a real five-star hotel in Mexico? Soon you'll be able to. Forbes Travel Guide announced last week that it would add destinations in Mexico and the Caribbean, and expand further into Latin America too. The first list of five-...
  • Dyer says downtown hotel boomlet good for business travel

    Dyer says downtown hotel boomlet good for business travel
    I had the chance to ask Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer about the three new hotels being built or planned in the downtown Orlando area. This boomlet is significant for downtown, especially if you include a fourth project, the new Aloft Downtown Orlando that...
  • Airstream trailers enjoy resurgence in sales, as fixed lodging

    Airstream trailers enjoy resurgence in sales, as fixed lodging
    Palo Alto in his rear-view mirror, Keith Orchard and the Fam headed down Highway 101 in their SUV, Santa Barbara-bound. They were off to vacation with two other families, take in the cool ocean breeze, soak up the city's chill vibe and catch the city's...
  • Day trip: Northern Neck holds history, wineries and beautiful countryside

    There are two types of day-trippers in my mind — those who meticulously research and map out their adventure, and those that who out to explore with no itinerary in mind. I'm somewhere in between. For a day trip to the Northern Neck, I picked...
  • Don't worry: Hotels want you to take the shampoo

    Don't worry: Hotels want you to take the shampoo
    Gone are the days of vacations turning into guilt trips, as it turns out hotels actually want you to take those little bottles of shampoos and lotion. Forbes delved into hotel science and spoke with officials from Marriott International and Starwood&...