Hotelier Weekly
October 13, 2016
AAHOA News
 

Registration is now open for the 2017 AAHOA Convention and Trade Show in San Antonio, Texas! Register now through December 1, 2016, on our new registration portal and be automatically entered to win four nights in San Antonio during the AAHOA Convention. By doing so, you will lock in early bird pricing at the same time!

 

  
AAHOA’s own HP Patel took the stage in Houston yesterday morning to provide an AAHOA update to attendees at Red Roof Inn’s final regional meeting of the year. 
  
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AAHOA in the News

 
Events and Happenings
We are so excited for the very first Alabama Panhandle Regional Meeting taking place next Thursday, Oct. 20, in Birmingham. We’ve put a lot of work into making this regional extra successful and hope you’ll come out and enjoy the fruits of our labor! See you in Birmingham!
 
  
AAHOA officers will meet with Best Western leadership next Monday, Oct. 17, to discuss shared goals and industry updates. If you’re a Best Western member, we urge you to attend! Additionally, AAHOA Secretary Jagruti Panwala will join a panel on women’s leadership during the Best Western conference!
Join AAHOA for sun and fun at the Southwest Region Charity Golf Tournament on one of Phoenix’s premier golf courses! Following the tournament, AAHOA will host an awards lunch with plenty of great prizes. 
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Industry News
Avery Hartmans, Business Insider
Data research firm STR took a look at Airbnb data alongside hotel data in 13 U.S. and international markets. STR compared Airbnb to the biggest hotel chains in the world, like Marriott and Starwood (which recently merged), Hilton, Intercontinental Hotels Group and more.The data found that Airbnb has more than double the number of listings worldwide than Marriott/Starwood and Hilton combined, but it's not actually replacing hotels. 
 
  
Shivani Vora, The New York Times
At some affordably priced U.S. hotels, a free breakfast is increasingly a perk of a stay. And these aren’t the expected cereal and toast meals: Properties are getting creative by offering expanded buffets and health-conscious dishes.
Today's Hotelier: In Case You Missed It
Larry Mogelonsky, MBA, P.ENG., Today’s Hotelier 
With the plethora of tech tools on the market, there’s a tool to help you solve virtually any problem.
 
  
Kristin Alexin, Today’s Hotelier
Pour a little extra into these spaces, and leave your competition in the dust.
 

 

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