An established force in the Colorado hospitality industry recently increased its footprint in the Denver metro area it inhabits. And while it recognizes the challenges of recruiting and retaining workers in the hospitality industry, the company says it welcomes the competition brought on by a certain 1,501-room monster in Aurora
BENGALURU: A hotel was reportedly ransacked by a group of employees at food aggregator Swiggy, hours after a colleague and a member of hotel staff clashed over a minor issue in Arekere on Bannerghatta Road Saturday at midnight. Police arrested 30 employees of Swiggy and Hotel Empire, Arekere. The windows
Thomas Walsh, the Bangor native who founded one of the largest private hotel companies in the United States, has passed away. Walsh died of natural causes at Portsmouth Regional Hospital in New Hampshire on Saturday, according to a spokeswoman for Brookings-Smith Funeral Home in Bangor. He was 88 years old.
Written by Jesse Scheckner on September 18, 2018 Advertising As President and COO of Hersha Hospitality Trust, Neil Shah manages a portfolio of 50 hotels totaling 7,666 rooms in South Florida, New York, Boston, Philadelphia, select Coast markets west and Washington, DC. Mr. Shah, who took over the family business
Last fall, at the start of the Republican presidential primary campaign, I drove two hours south of Washington DC to the Virginia wine country and checked into a stylish hotel on a country estate near Charlottesville. Nestled in the foothills of Blue Ridge and accessed via a long curving driveway
Update: 19:28 | Posted: 5:03 PM Minnetonka-based Carlson Companies said on Wednesday it was selling its iconic global hotel businesses to Beijing’s HNA Tourism Group Co. – a stunning turning point for one of the legendary giants of the Twin Cities. Carlson, one of the world’s largest privately-owned companies, operates
Another prominent opponent is Mr. Barron, the Ace partner whose ideas on the “nodal points” that the hotel seems to embody. During development, Mr Barron said, his relationship deteriorated with Mr Calderwood and with GFI Capital Resources Group, the company that invested $ 140 million in the project, to the
It bounced back quickly, gathering a dozen hotels between Boston and Washington. After an argument with his cousins, Mr. Chang traveled to Natchez, Mississippi, in an unsuccessful attempt to open a river casino. When he filed for bankruptcy a second time, in 1996, he had $ 300 in his pocket