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Joie de Vivre and the Art of the Hotel

With the economy still in a slump, Joie de Vivre hotels are on a mission to lift the spirits of both guests and staff.

Starwood’s Reinvention: Sheraton and Four Points by Sheraton Hotels

Starwood Hotels & Resorts’ investments in their Sheraton and Four Points brands look to stabilize these hotels during the recession and pay dividends once demand rebounds.

Hospitality in Biloxi

The recovery of gaming, hotels, and tourism in Biloxi continues following Hurricane Katrina. How will these industries fare in the face of a national economic storm?

Conquering the Credit Crunch: Part I

Unemployment rates are surging, global stock markets are crashing, commodities are collapsing, and the real estate bubble has finally burst. What moves can hotel developers make during the downturn?

Rising Above Terror: A Framework for Tourism Recovery

This article articulates a framework for recovery of the tourism industry from the shadow of terrorism through a three-pronged strategy: safety, image change and domestic tourism promotion.

HVS Market Intelligence Report: Hartford, Connecticut

Hartford’s prime location ensures its strength in business, tourism, and other buttresses of the hotel market.

HVS Market Intelligence Report: Downtown Phoenix, Arizona

Real estate developments, biotech firms, billion-dollar investments, and big conventions are cropping up in Downtown Phoenix, helping to secure demand for area hotels.

Tourism in Tucson

Championship golf courses, lush resorts, and emerald events are earning this desert city a reputation for greenery.

HVS Market Intelligence Report: Atlanta, Georgia

Metro Atlanta continues to be the vibrant business capital of the Southeast.

Palm Springs Market Overview

Prior to the events of September 11th, the market was performing at levels on par with 2000; however, since September 11th the market occupancy declined somewhat.