Hospitality Pulse: Hotel and Resort Industry News for Nov. 19, 2015
Here are the latest industry news and notes for Thursday, Nov. 19.
Billionaire to Invest $300 Million in Fen Hotels
TRYP by Wyndham Debuts in Puerto Rico
Haitian Property to Join Marriott's Autograph Collection
Great Wolf Resorts Eyes Orlando Water Park
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Some Swedish hotels have actually removed sausage and bacon from their breakfast menu in an effort to place more emphasis on sustainability and health.
This winter, Choice Hotels will allow loyalty program members to earn triple points up to 50,000.
Few regions are as conducive to diving as the Caribbean. Thankfully, there's no shortage of world-class resorts geared toward the popular water sport.
Hyatt Hotels announced Wednesday that it's been recognized as the top place to work for LGBT equality.
Germany's leading hotel company, the Steigenberger Hotel Group has debuted in the United Arab Emirates, opening a 367-room five-star waterfront property in Dubai.
As technology continues to advance, are hotel keys poised to become a thing of the past?
Starwood announced Thursday that it will debut its Aloft brand in Shanghai with the opening of the Aloft Shanghai Nanxiang in 2018. Upon completion, the hotel will join two other Starwood properties, including the Le Meridien Shanghai Jiading set to open in 2017.
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