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Park ups offering, eyes ‘opportunities’

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Park Hotels & Resorts has increased the pricing of an offering announced in May from $650m to $725m.

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    Your flexible friend

    The hotel sector has always been more interested in flexibility from the guest rather than the hotel. Dinner is at a certain time, breakfast is at a certain time, lunch may not exist at all, but if you could wear a tie then that would be appreciated. Oh, and if you could make all your travel plans around specific arrival and departure times, that would make life a lot easier, cheers
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    Global pipeline up 5%

    The global hotel construction pipeline stood at 14,779 projects/2,412,736 rooms, up by 5% by projects and 4% by rooms, according to Lodging Econometrics.
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    August roundup: not-so-soporific summer

    August, the month of holidays, was anything but in the shadowland created for us all by the pandemic; part work, part play, lines of demarcation missing in action. But, as governments across Europe encouraged their citizens to take a break - but stay at home - the hotel sector wound itself up to look more like a September in its enthusiasm for deals and derring do.
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    Middle East construction decelerates

    The hotel construction pipeline in the Middle East decelerated once again to 591 projects/169,538 rooms, according to Lodging Econometrics.
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    Operators deny leisure shift to OTAs

    The global operators used the recent results season to deny that the shift to leisure demand had made them more reliant on the online travel agents for business.
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    Results season: reasons to be cheerful

    How happy should you be? Right now? The pandemic has seen us all take a closer look at our mental health, to gauge whether we were seconds away from climbing onto the roof and hulking stale banana bread at perceived miscreants on the street. Emotions, pundits told us, were likely to be elevated. Watch out for them.
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    Hilton looks to ‘grind up’

    Hilton said that it expected to “grind, up slowly and surely” as business transient recovered to compensate for an anticipated drop off in leisure travel in the autumn.
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    Ménage à Travelodge

    The structure keeping a hotel up and running and connected to guests and potential guests can have many more people than one could fit in the most enthused of harems. King Solomon may have had 700 wives and 300 concubines (numbers rounded up) but chuck in a franchise, an owner, a ground lease, a management company and all manner of other interested parties and hotels are not too far off. All of a sudden it’s hard to remember who is having their needs met or even who is getting fed.
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    UK hotel market: Cautious optimism from The AHC Advisory Board

    The AHC Advisory Board assembled, for the second time this year, to discuss the world we now find ourselves in. Participants included representatives from independent owner/operators, international brands, extended stay, DMOs, developers, funders, landlords and advisors, and unsurprisingly the experiences of the last 127 days varied significantly.
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    Conrad for the Costa

    Hilton is to open its first hotel under the Conrad brand in Spain after signing an agreement for the 194-room Conrad Costa del Sol resort.