New SouthPark, airport hotels proposed

New SouthPark, airport hotels proposed
There are two new hotels in the works in Charlotte – near the airport and in SouthPark – according to rezoning requests posted Friday. The hotels would add to the city's rapidly growing hotel stock and expand the inventory of rooms beyond uptown, where …
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Rezidor CEO: How Social Media and Terrorism Impact Hotels
Austria-born Wolfgang M. Neumann has been president and CEO of The Rezidor Hotel Group since 2013, having joined the group in 2011 as COO. The company, based in Brussels, Belgium, is part of Minnetonka, MN-based Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group.
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Tourism | Macau, HK hotels retain lead in Forbes Travel Guide
3-DSC_5459 The 58th annual Forbes Travel Guide was unveiled last week showing that Macau and Hong Kong have retained their lead in the hotel award categories of Triple, Quadruple and Quintuple Five-Star Winners. The Forbes Travel Guide awarded …
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At Budget Hotels, Local Flavor Is Now Included
It's not unusual to view local art, consume regional foods or meet area trendsetters in boutique and luxury hotels. Now — to the great welcome of penny-pinching travelers — the trend in lodging to embody the location has trickled down to budget …
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Day Hotels Make Bathing in Airport Bathrooms Obsolete

Day Hotels Make Bathing in Airport Bathrooms Obsolete
There's a new travel tool that changing the way people travel. If you're a strictly direct flight kind of girl, then this may not apply to you, but for the frugal traveler, who isn't opposed to the occasional lay over—or two— Hotels By Day may be …
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10 Top New Hotels to Check into in 2016
To help you narrow down your options, we found 10 of the best new hotels and resorts that offer the right balance of superlative amenities and picturesque surroundings. From New York City to Rio de Janeiro, here are some standout hotel openings for 2016.
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