News for August 2010

5 years after Katrina, D.C. area hotel firms see gulf business pick up

5 years after Katrina, D.C. area hotel firms see gulf business pick up

August 30, 2010 Latest News

Danielle Douglas Capital Business Staff Writer August 29, 2010 In the five years since Hurricane Katrina devastated the Gulf Coast, the tourism industry there has struggled to come back. But several Washington area hotel companies are beginn… Read More »

Lessons learned by leaders make New Orleans safe post Katrina

Lessons learned by leaders make New Orleans safe post Katrina

August 27, 2010 Latest News

IT disaster recovery continues in New Orleans, five years after the devastation of Hurricane KatrinaMuch was learned from the ordeal, and IT continues to help bring about needed changes and improvementsBy Todd R. Weiss ERP BloggerNEW ORLEANS -- Five … Read More »

STR: Upper-tier increase slow in weekly results- week ending 08-21-10

STR: Upper-tier increase slow in weekly results- week ending 08-21-10

August 26, 2010 Latest News

By Rachael Spann Urie HotelNewsNow HENDERSONVILLE, Tennessee—The luxury segment and the upper-upscale segment reported the smallest occupancy increases among the chain-scale segments during the week ending 21 August 2010, a… Read More »

The Roosevelt Hotel, New Orleans receives the “Bricks and Mortar Award” from the Foundation for Historical Louisiana.

The Roosevelt Hotel, New Orleans receives the “Bricks and Mortar Award” from the Foundation for Historical Louisiana.

August 26, 2010 Latest News

GNOHLA is proud to acknowledge The Roosevelt Hotel, New Orleans, recipient of the “Bricks and Mortar Award” from the Foundation for Historical Louisiana. In 2004, the Foundation for Historical Louisiana created a Bricks and Mortar awa… Read More »

STR Reports US Hotel Performance for the Week Ending August 14 - 2010

STR Reports US Hotel Performance for the Week Ending August 14 - 2010

August 24, 2010 Latest News

NOLA- Largest Occupancy and RevPAR IncreasesHospitality TrendsAugust 23, 2010Among the Top 25 Markets, New Orleans, Louisiana, achieved the largest occupancy increase, jumping 21.5 percent to 60.5 percent, followed by Atlanta, Georgia (+16.9 percen… Read More »