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Here are 20 that might qualify.
The first properties will be in Dubai, New York, and Las Vegas.
The upscale hostel trend was born in Europe and "Poshtels" are now making their way to the U.S.
The "alberghi diffusi" model repurposes unused buildings in proximity rather than erecting a new building, with charming results.
Not quite as common as the 'new SST' trope, but still a regular feature, is the concept of a hotel in space. This one looks feasible, but no word on the cost.
A Canadian locksmith demonstrates his claim that any hotel safe in the world can be broken into without using a code in just five seconds.
Be careful, be very careful, when booking on line to ensure that you're not stuck paying for a reservation you don't use.
Some even take pride in their haunted history.
If you have the cash, the space is yours.
HEI Hotels & Resorts, which operates a number of Starwood, Marriott, Hyatt, and other properties, says that 20 of its properties were hacked and payment card data stolen.
A reward for never being at home!
Not sure either claim is true, but interesting none the less.
What's worse: resort fees or the government again intruding into a free market?
Leastways, not on the first night. Cold comfort for those of us who spend too much time in one night stays.
Surprising note discovered in bed at a Courtyard by Marriott
Destinations with the highest number of Five-Diamond hotels are California, Florida, New York, Quintana Roo in Mexico, Nevada, and Georgia.
Denver's new airport hotel elicits strong reactions.
A useful if somewhat depressing compendium.
Santee Sioux leaders plan to grow their own pot and sell it in a smoking lounge that includes a nightclub, arcade games, bar and food service, and eventually, slot machines.
Marriott and Starwood say that they have agreed to let the Chinese Ministry of Commerce extend its review period of the $13.6 billion transaction.
You may want to know who owns the hotel you're staying in.
US company begins managing Havana hotel for the first time in 50 years.
The list includes such "revelations" as the fact the floor of your room might not actually be clean.
A while since an airline has had a dress code fit, so this NZ hotel is making up for it.
Giving in to anti-pornography groups? Or simply conceding that there is more programming, of all types free on the internet? Probably the latter.
The general manager of the Sheraton University City Hotel was sentenced to five years in federal prison on Tuesday for defrauding the University of Pennsylvania, which owns the hotel, of over $3 million.
The airport hotels of the future will boast spas, chic bars, and upscale cuisine.
They have to be seen to be believed.
Those who have made purchases at Hilton-owned properties during the past year should review their credit card records.