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Facility Focus: Ritz-Carlton Renovations: Soothing and Creative, Trendy and High-Tech: Amphitheater, meeting rooms, menus get makeovers

March 26, 2018

Article By Stacy Ross The Ritz-Carlton unveiled its $8.8 million renovation project at an event in November. Sue Hites was there and she was impressed. “The décor is beautiful,” said Hites, director of business development for accounting firm UHY. “It’s very modern. I love the blues and grays. It’s perfect for being up-to-date for 2018 […]

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Industry Spotlight: Hotel Industry Fighting Back Against Airbnb: Associations Lobbying State, Local Officials for Level Playing Field

March 26, 2018

Article by Stacy Ross As Airbnb and similar businesses continue to grow, their popularity with the public is causing heartburn for some in the hotel industry. Airbnb is the 800-pound gorilla of what the industry calls STRs or short-term rentals. Other popular sites include Vacation Rentals by Owner (VRBO) and HomeAway, which are both owned […]

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Chateau on the Lake Resort & Spa in Branson: Named to U.S. News & World Report’s “2018 Best Hotels” List

February 27, 2018

Chateau on the Lake Resort, Spa & Convention Center has received another honor, as it was named “#1 Best Missouri Resort” in the prestigious U.S. News & World Report “2018 Best Hotels” rankings. Situated in Missouri’s picturesque Ozark Mountains, just minutes from Branson’s many attractions and shows, the lakefront resort also was recently recognized with the acclaimed AAA Four […]

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Holiday Travel Data: AirHelp reports where to expect delays & disruptions

December 26, 2017

Airline passengers paid a record-breaking $1.2 billion in baggage fees last quarter, and with more than 6.4 million Americans expected to travel by air for the holidays, airlines will continue to benefit from hidden baggage check fees, especially with the DOT’s withdrawal of a proposal requiring airlines to disclose these fees. AirHelp, an air passenger […]

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