lodging market recovery
Sebastian J. Colella | February 24, 2022
By Sebastian J. Colella Despite a slow start to the New Year, the Boston & Cambridge lodging market should pick up speed as spring rounds the corner. Like many urban gateway cities, the market has struggled in its recovery from the negative effects of the pandemic. While leisure demand came roaring back once many of the government mandates and restrictions were lifted in the spring of 2021, corporate and group travel was hampered through much of the year. Furthermore, international travel was subject to federal travel restrictions preventing visitors from some of Boston’s largest feeder markets, specifically Canada and Europe. Despit...
The Penn State School of Hospitality Management | June 11, 2019
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Phillip M. Jolly, assistant professor of hospitality management, has been named inaugural recipient of the Elizabeth M. King Early Career Professorship. Jolly focuses his teaching and research on better understanding why people do what they do at work and how to leverage that knowledge to improve organizational performance and employee well-being within multifarious hospitality and related service environments. "It is a tremendous honor to be named the inaugural recipient of the Elizabeth M. King Early Career Professorship," said Jolly. "I'm excited by the opportunities that this endowment will provide me to enh...
New Waterloo Expands Into Cleveland, Ohio With Adaptive Reuse of Historic Baker Building in Partnership With Nuovore
Red Roof Continues Western Expansion With New Dual-Branded Red Roof Inn & Hometowne Studios in Northern California
Winter Haven Hotel Miami Beach Unveils New Renovation
Life House Expands Into Oaxaca With the Management of Casa Yuma in Puerto Escondido, Mexico
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