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A California hotel recently hired a new high-tech employee: a robot butler named A.L.O.
Aloft leads the pack in the tech-savvy select-service hotel category.
Angry Yelpers turned on a hotel after an article claimed the hotel fined newlyweds for guests' negative online reviews. Now, the hotel claims it was all a misunderstanding.
Airbnb and Uber both announced new services exclusively targeting businesses, but will travelers look beyond a host of security and regulatory issues plaguing the sharing economy?
The initiative is aimed at younger travelers who are increasingly placing hotel reservations on mobile phones.
Red Book Connect's solutions for the four biggest issues restaurants face are already embraced by large numbers of businesses.
After nearly four decades of ownership, Carlson sold the restaurant chain to two private-equity firms.
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For about $25 you can replicate this frequent business traveler's arsenal, keep illness at bay and ensure that your trip is a productive one.
The billionaire has announced plans for a 240-room hotel in trendy Nashville, Tenn., following additional slated properties in Chicago and New York.
A corporate nomad explains her discovery of ways to absorb the amazing places in her travels while still accomplishing her business goals.
W Hotels in New York is offering a $3,000 service to document your wedding on social media. #itwasinevitable
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Fourteen things you need to know now if you're headed to the big event in Austin, Texas.
The Sunset Marquis isn't just a place where entertainment icons stay and play--it's a Hollywood legend in its own right. Here's your all-access pass.
Almost everyone knows to tip 15 to 20 percent of the bill for restaurant servers, but what about hotel staff, shuttle drivers and others who help you along your trip? Here's some advice.
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While going public is certainly a big change for the company, its global franchisees will likely not have to worry.
Savvy travelers are discovering the benefits of instant rewards at a growing number of hotel chains.
Room service options are changing and, in some cases, disappearing altogether. Here's what the changes mean to you.
Greg and Meredith Tally, owners of Denver's Best Western Southwest, gave their hotel an unique new look.
Put down your iPad. Itâs the ping pong paddle you'll need at boutique hotels targeting a new type of business traveler.
Hotels have created some unique alternatives to the traditional $40 scrambled eggs in bed. Here's what to expect when you're on the road.
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