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Hotels By Day: A New Opportunity for Travelers and Hotels

A new company envisions booking otherwise vacant hotel rooms in efficient blocks of time during the daylight hours, generating convenience for travelers and profits for hoteliers.
Kirsten Smiley is a Senior Project Manager with the HVS consulting and valuation office inPortland, Oregon. HVS leaders now live in and work from more than 30 markets throughout the North American region, including San Diego, LA, San Francisco, Portland, Seattle, Vancouver, Las Vegas, and Phoenix in the west. Her past experience in hospitality includes marketing, management, and guest service roles at the Mayflower Renaissance hotel in downtown Washington, D.C.; the Atherton Hotel in Stillwater, Oklahoma; and the Dong Fang Hotel in Guangzhou, China. Kirsten graduated with a BS in Hotel Management from the Business School of Sun Yat Sen University in Guangzhou and a BS in Hospitality Administration from Oklahoma State University. Contact Kirsten at +1 (405) 612-6255 or ksmiley@hvs.com.

3 Comments

  1. Bill HamrickJul 6, 2015

    no comment today

  2. Your comment in that the Aloft Sunnyvale represents the brand's first adaptive reuse project is incorrect. For example, both the Aloft Downtown Atlanta and the Aloft Downtown Dallas are both adaptive reuse projects currently in service. I also believe the Aloft brand did a corporate owned adaptive reuse conversion at SFO airport.

    • Hello SY, this article does not mention the Aloft Sunnyvale. Did you mean to write this comment on another article? Kind regards.

  3. The comment was in reference to page 5 of "In Focus: Silicon Valley Hotel Market Update". There was also another error on page 5 in referencing the "w xyz bar" as "w zyx bar".

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