Red Roof offers discounts, charitable donations for holidays

GUESTS AT MAYA Patel’s Red Roof Inn in Saraland, Alabama, as well as every other Red Roof hotel  in the country, will have an...

Vision Hospitality’s CEO answers questions on Tru by Hilton

RECENTLY, TRU BY Hilton opened its 100th property, coinciding with the 100th anniversary of Hilton’s existence. In recognition of the milestone, Vision Hospitality Group’s...

AAA: 55 million to travel for Thanksgiving

ANY TALK OF an economic slowdown is apparently muted as consumer confidence remains high enough to drive a near-record setting Thanksgiving travel season this...

Construction under way for new Motto in Atlanta

Construction is under way for one of the first Motto by Hilton hotels, Hilton’s new lifestyle micro-hotel, in the Old Fourth Ward neighborhood of...

Staton picked as AAHOA president and CEO

EDUCATOR AND FORMER Georgia state senator Cecil Staton is AAHOA’s new president and CEO. He will succeed Interim President and CEO Rachel Humphrey, who...

Hospitality companies give back on Veterans Day

CALIFORNIA-BASED HOTELIER Sunil “Sunny” Tolani’s philanthropy vehicle the Prince Organization is giving veterans something to be thankful for this month. Several other major hotel...

JV to build a Home2 Suites in New Mexico

AN ASIAN AMERICAN hotelier and a commercial real estate group have teamed up to build a Home2 Suites by Hilton in a New Mexico...

Evergreen Hospitality opens Residence Inn in Vancouver

EVERGREEN HOSPITALITY DEVELOPMENT Group in November opened a Residence Inn by Marriott in Vancouver, Washington. It is one of nine hotels the Asian American...

RLH Corp. CEO Mount resigns as board cites need for action

RED LION HOTEL Corp. President and CEO Greg Mount has resigned from his position with the company and its board of directors Friday in...

Marriott, Hyatt see mixed third quarter results

THIRD QUARTER RESULTS from two major hospitality companies, Marriott International and Hyatt Hotels Corp., released last week were mixed, adding to the lackluster growth...