Last updated: 11:08 AM ET, Fri November 20 2015

Hospitality Pulse: Hotel and Resort Industry News for Nov. 20

Hotel & Resort | Patrick Clarke | November 20, 2015

Hospitality Pulse: Hotel and Resort Industry News for Nov. 20

View the latest industry news and notes for Friday, Nov. 20. 

New York Welcomes First EVEN Hotels Property
IHG's EVEN Hotels brand, which is dedicated to wellness, makes its debut in Times Square.

Trio of Florida Marriotts to Offer Disney Packages
Located just outside of Walt Disney World, the three properties will offer a special three-night Disney Theme Park Ticket Package through Dec. 31.

Dual-Branded Hyatt Place, Hyatt House Open in Denver
The combined property will appeal to guests seeking brief or extended stays in downtown Denver.

Paris Attacks Prompt Hotel Cancellations
Within three days of the Nov. 13 attacks, lost bookings exceeded $530,000.


Marriott issued a statement on a recent phone call scam in which callers pretend to offer a complimentary stay at a Marriott hotel.

What the Marriott-Starwood deal could mean from J.D. Power's perspective.

One of the perks of booking a vacation rental during the holidays is having a large kitchen to cook in. 

A new pedestrian walkway has opened at Disney Springs. 

Sir Richard Branson's Moskito Island is open to the public with rates starting at a jaw-dropping $47,300 per night.

Heading to Beantown this holiday season? The Courtyard Boston Downtown will offer discounted rates for upcoming holiday stays during a two-day flash sale beginning Saturday.

A survey conducted by reveals that Miami's budget hotels are the least favorable among U.S. travelers. 


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