Hotel Online  Special Report



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More Travelers Want Workout Facilities in Hotels

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Chicago, IL.  October 24, 2005 - Hotel-Online and BuildCentral have added or updated 45 hotel projects in the last two weeks to the New Hotel Construction Projects database.

Notable projects entered in the last two weeks include:

  • Fun World Palace & Resort, Lithonia  GA
  • Hilton Garden Inn, Columbus  OH
  • Fairfield Resorts Timeshare, Oceanside  CA
  • Gansevoort West Hotel, Los Angeles  CA
  • Great Wolf Lodge, Poconos  PA
  • Kirkland Hotel, Kirkland  WA
  • Sterling Hotel Renovation, Wilkes-Barre  PA
  • Waterpark and Tourist Resort, Allegany  NY
  • Sturbridge Host Hotel & Conference Center Renovation, Sturbridge  MA
  • Ramada Inn, Rochester  NH
A study done by Lieberman Research Worldwide found that 59% of travelers said that the quality of hotel fitness facilities is an important factor in their choice of hotel and 69% said that a "state-of-the-art" fitness facility would favor that hotel in the selection process.  In the last two weeks hotels with workout rooms and/or pools accounted for 18.18% of the reports entered in the New Hotel Construction Projects database.

Each report provides a detailed profile of the project, including construction schedule, location, value, latest developments, and the key
contacts. Service providers and products suppliers use this information to gain access to decision makers at the precise time they are most likely making their purchasing decisions.

New project reports are added to the database daily and subscriptions start at only $39.95 month.  For more information or a free trial, visit
http://hotels.buildcentral.com.

Contact:

Bill Lidman
BuildCentral, Inc.
Toll free: 866-316-5300
http://hotels.buildcentral.com
blidman@buildcentral.com


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