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Must read – Best of background news for hospitality management (15) – Trump hotels en vogue – Airbnb has no power in Las Vegas – Crazy hotel concepts in Asia

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November 14, 2016

Must read – Best of background news for hospitality management (15) – Trump hotels en vogue – Airbnb has no power in Las Vegas – Crazy hotel concepts in Asia

Best of hospitality in the news – part 15 – 14 November 2016

Trump International Hotel Washington D.C.Trump hotels see boom in bookings after election
Bookings at Trump hotels in Washington, DC, and New York — which plunged during Donald Trump’s presidential campaign — have spiked since his victory. The Trump International Hotel Washington, DC, just blocks from the White House, has seen a 20 percent increase in reservations and is sold out for Inauguration Day weekend in January.
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The Chelsea Hotel Is Remembering Leonard Cohen
Following the death tonight of Leonard Cohen at age 82, memorials have sprung up all over social media and in the news. The beloved Canadian poet, singer, and songwriter spent many of his formative years in New York City, and like many others his age and in his cultural moment, he spent a great deal of time at the Chelsea Hotel.
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Why Las Vegas Casino-Hotels Aren’t Worried About Airbnb
Airbnb is busy disrupting the hotel industry, but these in Las Vegas — and their investors — shouldn’t be too worried.
There’s no doubt that Airbnb and its similar counterparts are a risk for traditional hotel companies that are increasingly facing a changing consumer landscape — one that seems to be very interested in the kind of service Airbnb offers. Airbnb management predicts $10 billion in revenue by 2020, about 70% of Marriott International’s (NASDAQ:MAR) 2015 revenue.
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A new luxury hotel — in Fukushima?
On March 11, 2011, the residents of Fukushima Prefecture felt the earth shake as a massive quake struck off the northeastern coast of Japan. But few could have predicted the explosions that would later follow or that the reactors at the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power plant would go in to meltdown. The region has been physically changed, tainted by radiation, but also altered in other ways: The government’s investigation and ensuing media attention has ensured the words “Fukushima” and “radiation” are forever linked.
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Welcome to the hotel that’s basically a forest! The incredible luxury hideaway covered in trees
Mountain Forest Hotel in China will reconstruct a former hill at the site – The 250-room property is the latest brainchild of Stefano Boeri Architetti – Hotel will be covered with trees to clean the air and create forest aesthetic
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Paris terror attacks: Number of empty hotel beds in city has soared after Bataclan massacre
‘There’s some very good offers and deals around for Paris at the moment. I think that December will be strong for Paris and let’s hope that it continues into 2017’
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