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40 Marriott-Starwood Luxury Hotels opening 2018

Marriott International announced 40 new luxury hotel openings at the International Luxury Travel market in Cannes. These additions will bring Marriott’s luxury hotel properties to 422 by the end of 2018. New luxury hotel choices will be represented by Ritz-Carlton, JW Marriott, Edition, St. Regis, Luxury Collection and W Hotels. Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection will debut…

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Moscow 5-Star Hotels under $100 per night

Summer 2012 was filled with stories about Moscow, Russia holding the title for most expensive hotel rates in the world. Moscow held the title for highest hotel rates eight consecutive years from 2005-2012. Business Insider did a piece in August 2012 on the Five Most Expensive Luxury Hotels in Moscow. Moscow August 2012 Average Hotel…

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View from Inn on Biltmore Estate

Biltmore Estate is the 8,000-acre private estate of the George W. Vanderbilt family in Asheville, North Carolina with its centerpiece 250-room Biltmore House described as America’s largest private residence. The mansion and estate grounds were built between 1889 and 1895. The house opened to the public in 1963. The entry fee into Biltmore Estate is…

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InterContinental Yorkville Toronto hotel review

Bloor Yorkville is the high-end shopping district of Toronto, sometimes referred to as the ‘mink mile’. Is that politically correct to say these days? I picked up that name from the district description in the Official Toronto Visitor Guide 2013. Toronto appeared to me as an environmentally conscious city with activists recruiting other ecologically minded…

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Starwood Hotels targeting luXurY travelers

Starwood Hotels says the future of luxury hotels is catering to the luXurY traveler, according to an exclusive interview given to Melanie Nayer in her column at The article says 85% of Starwood’s luxury guests are Generation X and Generation Y wealthy travelers. These are the people who were born 1966-1976 Gen X, and…

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