Citations with the tag: HOSPITALITY industry
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- From sexy to sports, raising the bar.
Furlong, Ryan // Hill; 3/18/2009, Vol. 16 Issue 31, p27
A review is offered for Rocket Bar gaming bar, Co Co. Sala chocolate lounge and boutique, and Penn Quarter Sports Tavern, located in Washington D.C.
Furlong, Ryan // Recommended Hotels & Games Lodges: Southern Africa (Johansens An; 2000, p38
Highlights the hospitality industry in Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa. Menu offerings at the Old Halliwell Country Inn; Features of the Ridgeview Lodge; Landscape features at the Makakatana Bay Lodge.
- WESTERN CAPE.
Furlong, Ryan // Recommended Hotels & Games Lodges: Southern Africa (Johansens An; 2000, p75
Deals with the hospitality industry in Western Cape, South Africa. Range of dishes or food offered at Cape Grace hotel; Ambience of the Clarendon Guest House; Facilities offered at the De Waterkant Lodge & Cottages.
- No vacancy.
Poe, Randall; Courter, Carol Lee // Across the Board; Apr94, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p5
Reports on the expected increase in hotel occupancy rates in the United States by 1996. Average occupancy rates in 1992.
- TIMESHARE: NEWS BRIEFS.
Poe, Randall; Courter, Carol Lee // Hotel Management (21582122); 6/6/2011, Vol. 226 Issue 7, p28
The article offers business-related news briefs in the U.S. including the wellness concierge of The Ritz-Carlton Destination Club, affiliation of The Residences at Snowmass Club on RCI Registry Collection of luxury properties, and Hilton Grand Vacations Club project at Anderson Ocean Club.
- Careers in the hospitality industry.
Herbert, Solomon J. // Black Collegian; Jan/Feb93, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p70
Discusses different sectors of the hospitality industry. Food service; Lodgings industries; Meetings and Conventions; Travel and Tourism; Benefits of working as a hospitality professional; Financial statistics; Advice from professionals for college students; More. INSETS: Levi Hirsch.;William...
Herbert, Solomon J. // Buildings; Jan1996, Vol. 90 Issue 1, p38
Presents issues and trends in 1996 regarding the hospitality industry. Increased occupancy rates; Development of economy and full-service hotels; Indicators for a health hospitality economy. INSET: Outsourcing (quote from Matthew Nicoll)..
- Hospitality marketing.
Herbert, Solomon J. // Orange County Business Journal; 9/09/96, Vol. 19 Issue 37, p38
Presents information on hospitality marketing in the United States according to a survey by Arthur Andersen. Plans to increase profits through new services and products rather than room sales;technology as a way to improve service and product delivery.
- Check this out: Chicago hotel occupancy highest in years.
De Guzman, Charina; Crown, Judith // Crain's Chicago Business; 2/14/94, Vol. 17 Issue 7, p1
Reports on the progress of the Chicago, Illinois hotel business. BDO Seidman's year end `Pulse of the Hotel market' report; Highest level of hotel occupancy achieved in 1993 over the past six years; Factors affecting the progress; Average nightly room rate in 1993 in Chicago; Possibility of rate...
- A cheap way to travel.
Palmer, Jan // Countryside & Small Stock Journal; May/Jun96, Vol. 80 Issue 3, p26
Focuses on hostels and the phenomenon of hosteling. Popularity in Great Britain and Europe; Prices; Types of hostels.
- Theme architecture, interiors boost profits in hospitality industry.
Palmer, Jan // Business Journal Serving Fresno & the Central San Joaquin Valley; 10/06/97, Issue 322208, p9
Focuses on the trend toward thematic architecture and interior design in the hospitality industry in the United States. Underwater coral reef theme of Fantasea Reef restaurant at Harrah's Atlantic City; Daroff Design Inc.'s creation of adventure-oriented themes for resorts and restaurants;...
- Signs of a tough time in the lodging industry.
Chuvala, Bob // Fairfield County Business Journal; 4/28/2003, Vol. 42 Issue 17, p18
Focuses on the challenges facing the lodging industry in Fairfield County, Connecticut. Indication of a permanent restructuring of the demand for lodging and hotel services; Decline in the number of leisure travels; Struggles of the industry in maintaining the market share.
Chuvala, Bob // Fairfield County Business Journal; 09/07/98, Vol. 37 Issue 36, p17
Presents hospitality industry news items in the United States as of September 7, 1998.
- Hotel business picking up speed.
Flaster, Lynn // Fairfield County Business Journal; 7/29/2002, Vol. 41 Issue 30, p13
Focuses on the state of the hotel industry in Fairfield County, Connecticut. Decline in occupancy rates; Demand for commercial lodging; Factors affecting the industry.
- Fairfield County bristling with tourist activity.
Mariani, Dominic // Fairfield County Business Journal; 7/29/2002, Vol. 41 Issue 30, p16
Reports on the increase of the hotel occupancy rates in Fairfield County, Connecticut. Formation of a regional sports commission to market the region to sports events' organizers; Suitability of the region to recreational and competitive sports; List of facilities and sports venues.
- Lodging industry will continue to improve.
Mariani, Dominic // Fairfield County Business Journal; 9/16/2002, Vol. 41 Issue 37, p20
Focuses on the performance of the lodging sector in Fairfield County, Connecticut. Continuity in the decline in the industry; Average daily rate year-to-date through May 2002; Indication of a positive percentage change in revenue per available room.
- Inside the industry.
Mariani, Dominic // Hotel & Motel Management; 3/7/94, Vol. 209 Issue 4, p3
Presents developments in United States' hotel and motel industry. Hampton Inns Inc. agreement with Extel Company Ltd. of Bangkok; $173 million Westin resort contract landing to Rio Mar Associates L.P.; Agreement between the Knights Lodging System and the American Hotel & Motel Association.
- All's not quiet on the Eastern front.
Kayal, Michele // Hotel & Motel Management; 3/7/94, Vol. 209 Issue 4, p14
Presents an overview on Eastern Europe's hotel industry. Hotel developments; Occupancy and room rates; Financing; Hotel management; Building requirements; Effect of land claims.
- ITB reflects hunger for global growth.
Hasek, Glenn // Hotel & Motel Management; 4/4/94, Vol. 209 Issue 6, p1
Reports on developments concerning the hospitality industry during the 1994 International Tourism Exchange held in Berlin, Germany. Developments and marketing strategies of hotel companies for 1994; Focus on developments in France.
- Jakarta's jumpin'.
Campbell, Debe // Hotel & Motel Management; 4/25/94, Vol. 209 Issue 7, p26
Reports on the boom in hotel construction in Jakarta, Indonesia. Opening of 12 new hotels in 1994; Rise in occupancy; Competition among hotels; Profile of hotels in the city.
- Operators dominate buyer profile.
Lesser, Daniel; Cahill, Michael // Hotel & Motel Management; 4/25/94, Vol. 209 Issue 7, following p32
Reports that the hotel buyer profile in 1993 in the United States was dominated by domestic and overseas hotel operators. 1993 Hospitality Valuation Services Major Hotel Sales Survey findings; California as a preferred state for hotel investment; Buyer demand.
- In progress.
Lesser, Daniel; Cahill, Michael // Hotel & Motel Management; 4/25/94, Vol. 209 Issue 7, p38
Reports on developments in the hospitality industry worldwide. Includes soft openings of the Far Eastern Plaza in Taipei, Taiwan and the Shangri-La Hotel Jakarta in Indonesia in March 1994; June opening of the New World Hotel Saigon located in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam; Acquisition of the John...
- Wall Street's ardor may be cooling.
Koss-Feder, Laura // Hotel & Motel Management; 2/20/95, Vol. 210 Issue 3, p1
Reports on the performance of the hotel industry in the stock market. Reaction of the market to changes and shift in the hospitality arena; Involvement with hotel real-estate investment trust and mortgage conduits; Fear of Wall Street firms.
- Hotel sales pace slows amid upturn.
Wilder, Jeff // Hotel & Motel Management; 2/20/95, Vol. 210 Issue 3, p10
Presents the author's view on why hotel industry sales activity are slowing down. Conventional wisdom; Availability of mortgage debt; General perceptions among buyers; Abatement of initial ware of higher-priced hotel real estate investment trust acquisitions.
- State of the industry.
Koss-Feder, Laura // Hotel & Motel Management; 2/20/95, Vol. 210 Issue 3, p17
Forecasts several hotels' profit margins and revenues in the United States for 1995. Paine Webber Inc. in New York; PKF Consulting in San Francisco; Radison Hotels International.
- Hot & not so hot markets.
Lomano, Mark // Hotel & Motel Management; 3/6/95, Vol. 210 Issue 4, p7
Reports on the best and worst performing American markets for the year 1994 in the hotel and motel industry. Highest occupancy cities; Lowest occupancy cities; Highest demand-growth cities; Lowest demand-growth cities; Highest ADR-growth cities; Lowest ADR-growth cities.
- Membership groups lend different perspective.
Koss-Feder, Laura // Hotel & Motel Management; 3/6/95, Vol. 210 Issue 4, p26
Reports on changes foreseen by hotel membership organizations in the way franchise companies operate. Need for adherence to quality standards; More education on hotel operations for members.
- Consultants offer opinions on franchising.
Koss-Feder, Laura // Hotel & Motel Management; 3/6/95, Vol. 210 Issue 4, p33
Compiles hotel and motel industry consultants' opinions on hotel franchising. Need for more flexible fee structures; Entry of new companies into franchise business.
- HOTREC unifies Europe's industry.
Walker, Angela // Hotel & Motel Management; 3/20/95, Vol. 210 Issue 5, p4
Reports that the Confederation of the National Hotel and Restaurant Associations in the European Community (HOTREC) is looking out for the interests of the hospitality industry while respecting their members' diverse cultural identities. HOTREC's monitoring of legislative developments in the...
- Singapore set sights on midmarket.
Bergsman, Steve // Hotel & Motel Management; 4/3/95, Vol. 210 Issue 6, p4
Reports that Singapore is finally attempting to make room for midmarket hotels. Construction of mostly luxury hotels because of land costs; Government's efforts to foster non-deluxe hotel development.
- Looking at a landmark decision.
Gillette, Bill // Hotel & Motel Management; 4/3/95, Vol. 210 Issue 6, p14
Reports on a landmark jury decision in a lawsuit filed by a Valley Forge, Pa. hotel owner against a well-known lodging company. Decision finding the management company liable and awarding $7.8 million to the owner.
- War-torn Beirut begins to awaken.
Selwitz, Robert // Hotel & Motel Management; 5/22/95, Vol. 210 Issue 9, p4
Reports on developments in Beirut, Lebanon's hotel and hospitality industry in the wake of the Middle East peace treaty. Opening of a 174-room Marriott hotel in 1995; Anticipated effects of the US State Department's lifting of the travel ban; ITT Sheraton's consideration of Beirut in its...
- Industry analysts warn of overoptimism.
Selwitz, Robert // Hotel & Motel Management; 6/5/95, Vol. 210 Issue 10, p1
Reports on the views of United States hotel industry insiders at the Forum on Hospitality Finance. Warning from Lawrence Geller; Demand outpacing supply of rooms; Opportunities in full-service hotels; Rising interest in buying hotels.
- Vegas continues on hot streak.
Jesitus, John // Hotel & Motel Management; 7/5/95, Vol. 210 Issue 12, p3
Reports on continued building activity in Las Vegas, Nevada for the hospitality industry. Boost in the city's guestroom total; Several on-going construction projects.
- Australia concentrates on recovery.
Murray, Lisa // Hotel & Motel Management; 7/24/95, Vol. 210 Issue 13, p4
Reports on the condition of the hotel industry in Australia. Decision of the federal government to suspend bed-tax issue in exchange for hotel constructions and job creations; Characteristics of hotel industry recovery; Attitude of hotel developers and investors.
- Supply vs. demand.
Lomanno, Mark V. // Hotel & Motel Management; 7/24/95, Vol. 210 Issue 13, p6
Presents information on the performance of the hospitality industry in the United States through room occupancies. Demand analysis by property type; Demand analysis by segment; Cyclical nature of supply/demand relationship.
- Mexico awaits fiscal recovery.
Austin, Amanda A. // Hotel & Motel Management; 7/24/95, Vol. 210 Issue 13, p12
Reports on the condition of the hospitality industry in Mexico. Effect of recession on hotel investments; Operations of Spanish-based Grupo Sol Melia to offset Mexican market loss; Reconstruction of product lines.
- Limited's success.
Hasek, Glenn // Hotel & Motel Management; 7/24/95, Vol. 210 Issue 13, p36
Reports on the performance of the economy/limited-service segment of the hospitality industry in the United States. Percentage of increased occupancy rate; Effect of financing availability on growth; Tourist-attracting effect of value-added items.
- Industry outlook brightens.
Koss-Feder, Laura // Hotel & Motel Management; 7/24/95, Vol. 210 Issue 13, p40
Highlights the views of executives regarding the future of independent management companies in the United States. Contributing factors to improved performance; Trend of putting equities into properties; Plans to buy stakes in managed properties; Attitude towards competition; Availability of...
- Latest stats show thriving `95.
Lomano, Mark V. // Hotel & Motel Management; 9/4/95, Vol. 210 Issue 15, p5
Presents charts on the United States hospitality industry. Effects of the Gulf War and the recession in the United States; Magnitude of demand growth; Growth in room rate.
- Sales stay strong.
Koss-Feder, Laura // Hotel & Motel Management; 12/11/95, Vol. 210 Issue 21, p17
Presents an assessment of the hotel industry in 1995. Shift in the hotel real-estate market; Success of full-service businesses; Variety of buyers shopping in the lodging industry.
- New study captures industry's scope.
Hasek, Glenn // Hotel & Motel Management; 2/19/96, Vol. 211 Issue 3, p1
Focuses on the results of the hospitality industry report `Into the New Millennium: The IHA White Paper on the Global Hospitality Industry,' published by the International Hotel Association. Analysis of data taken from government agencies, associations and research organizations.
- Down under market looking up.
Bergsman, Steve // Hotel & Motel Management; 4/1/96, Vol. 211 Issue 6, p6
Reports on the signs of recovery shown by Australia's hotel industry, which was hit by overbuilding problems and economic recession in the early 1990s. Increase in occupancy rates for 1996; Increase demand for four-star accommodations in South Australia; Performance of the leading players in...
- Poland's hotel industry faces transition.
Lane, Lea // Hotel & Motel Management; 4/1/96, Vol. 211 Issue 6, p6
Reports on the transition of the hospitality industry in Poland. Privatization of hotels; Building renovations and construction of additional amenities; Government aid to the industry; Profile of the market in Poland's major commercial districts.
- Industry's health increases hotel value.
Koss-Feder, Laura // Hotel & Motel Management; 5/6/96, Vol. 211 Issue 8, p3
Presents the results of a survey on the hospitality industry in the United States conducted by PKF Consulting. Growth in limited-service hotels; Limited opportunities for new construction in the full-service sector; Increase in the number of potential hotel buyers.
- Snoozing Catskills tired of atypical occupancies.
Lane, Lea // Hotel & Motel Management; 5/6/96, Vol. 211 Issue 8, p4
Reports on developments in the hospitality industry in Catskill Mountains, New York. Increase in the number of resorts and hotels; Effects of the legalization of full-service gambling to the industry; Events to be held in the area.
- Business boosters.
Lane, Lea // Hotel & Motel Management; 5/6/96, Vol. 211 Issue 8, p15
Reports on developments related to hospitality industry in the United States as of May 6, 1996. Discount rate being offered by the Millennium Hilton, New York, New York, to the college graduating class of 1996; Commemoration of the 50th anniversary of Inter-Continental, Miami, Florida.
- Under construction.
Lane, Lea // Hotel & Motel Management; 5/6/96, Vol. 211 Issue 8, p16
Reports on developments related to hospitality industry in the United States as of May 6, 1996. Includes agreement between Marriott International, Host Marriott and Grupo Situr for the JW Marriott Hotel, Mexico City, Mexico; Opening of the Conrad International Singapore by Conrad International...
- Changing flags.
Lane, Lea // Hotel & Motel Management; 5/6/96, Vol. 211 Issue 8, p36
Reports on developments related to hospitality industry as of May 6, 1996. Includes conversion of the Comfort Inn-Dulles Airport, Chantilly, Virginia, to a Hampton Inn; Rebranding of the Sheraton Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey, to Crowne Plaza Hasbrouck; Purchase of the Westone Hotel by Lyric...
Lane, Lea // Hotel & Motel Management; 5/6/96, Vol. 211 Issue 8, p38
Reports on developments related to hospitality industry as of May 6, 1996. Naming of Katie Meyer as director of public relations for Westin Hotels and Resorts; Naming of Angie Groeneveld as director of hotel operations at Circus Circus Hotel/Casino, Reno, Nevada; Appointment of Debra Ricciuti...