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A&O Hotels & Hostels more information

A&O Hotels and Hostels AG is a chain of hostels, headquartered in Berlin, that targets young travelers and backpackers, offering cheap group rooms and hotel rooms for two. The hostels are generally centrally located, mostly close to train stations. A&O had 34 subsidiaries in six countries, making it the biggest privately owned hostel-chain in Europe. In 2016 it recorded 3.7 million overnight stays and realised sales of €114 Million. [Wikipedia]

Aloft Hotels more information

Aloft Hotels is a hotel chain based in North America, owned by Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide (which was acquired by Marriott International in October 2016), although it is referred to as "a vision of W Hotels". The first hotel opened at the Trudeau International Airport in Montreal in 2008. Aloft Hotels have since opened across North America and internationally. Most Aloft hotels are located in city centers or in close proximity to airports. The brand is most notable for its modern architecture design style. Another characteristic of Aloft hotels is the naming of basic hotel amenities. For example, in each hotel, the swimming pool is referred to as "splash". [Wikipedia]

Aman Resorts more information

Aman Resorts International is a luxury hotel group with 31 destinations in 20 countries. The word "aman" means "peace, security, safety, shelter, protection" in the Sanskrit, Hindi, Punjabi, Arabic, Urdu and Persian languages. Vladislav Doronin is the CEO, chairman and owner of Aman Resorts. [Wikipedia]

Amari more information

Amari, formerly Amari Hotels and Resorts is a Thai-based hotel and resort chain operating a network of mid to upscale properties throughout Asia and The Middle East. It is now owned by ONYX Hospitality Group - a hotel management company based in Bangkok. Amari has properties in the major tourist destinations throughout Thailand, including Bangkok, Pattaya, Hua Hin, Koh Samui, Krabi, and Phuket In January 2013, hotel and resort chain opened its first overseas property in The Middle East - Amari Doha located in the capital of the state of Qatar. In May 2013, the brand announced plans to further its international expansion with the launch its first property in the southern peninsula of Bali, Indonesia. Amari Pecatu is scheduled to open its doors in 2018. Shortly thereafter, it was announced that Amari would be opening its first football-themed hotel in the North Eastern province of Buriram to pay tribute to the province’s local football team Buriram United F.C.. The hotel is schedule... [Wikipedia]

Ascott The Residence more information

The Ascott Limited is one of the leading international serviced residence owner-operators, with over 40,000 operating serviced residence units in key cities of the Americas, Asia Pacific, Europe and the Middle East. The company also has over 27,000 units under development, making a total of more than 67,000 units in over 500 properties. Its portfolio spans 124 cities across 31 countries. The Ascott Limited is a subsidiary of CapitaLand, one of Asia's largest real estate companies. The Ascott was delisted from the Singapore Exchange in 2008 after a compulsory acquisition. Some of the reasons cited were; "Accelerated growth in key areas by tapping on CapitaLand's more established real estate development and financial services capability" and "Greater cost savings through sharing of services and resources". [Wikipedia]

Best Western Hotels & Resorts more information

Best Western International, Inc., operator of the Best Western Hotels & Resorts brand, operates about 4,200 hotels and motels. The chain, with its corporate headquarters in Phoenix, Arizona, operates 2,163 hotels in North America. The brand was founded by M.K. Guertin in 1946. David Kong is the president and CEO of Best Western, and Dorothy Dowling is the chief marketing officer. In 1964, Canadian hotel owners joined the system. Best Western then expanded to Mexico, Australia, and New Zealand in 1976. In 2002, Best Western International launched Best Western Premier in Europe and Asia. (The other hotels in the chain were known as Best Western.) In 2011, the chain's branding system-wide changed to a three-tiered system: Best Western, Best Western Plus, and Best Western Premier. Since it no longer operates under a single brand, Best Western concurrently modified its slogan in 2011 from "the world's largest hotel chain" to "the world's largest hotel family." [Wikipedia]

Caesars Entertainment Corporation more information

Caesars Entertainment Corporation, is an American gaming corporation based in Paradise, Nevada that owns and operates over 50 casinos and hotels, and seven golf courses under several brands. It is the fourth-largest gaming company in the world, with annual revenues of $8.6 billion (2013). Caesars is a public company, majority-owned by a group of private equity firms led by Apollo Global Management and TPG Capital. Caesars's largest operating unit filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in January 2015. [Wikipedia]

Conrad Hotels more information

Conrad Hotels & Resorts is an international brand of luxury hotels and resorts owned and operated by Hilton Worldwide. Conrad was considered the luxury flagship brand in the Hilton Family of Brands, named after company founder Conrad Hilton, until being supplanted by The Waldorf-Astoria Collection in 2006. [Wikipedia]

Courtyard by Marriott more information

Courtyard by Marriott is a brand of hotels owned by Marriott International. They are a mid-priced range of hotels designed for business travelers but also accommodates families. Its rooms have desks, couches, and free Internet access. The majority of locations have a bistro which sell fresh cooked and prepared breakfast (not complimentary), appetizers, sandwiches, and more. All have 24-hour "mini-marts." It competes with other mid-priced business-oriented hotels like Cambria Suites, Wingate Inn and Hilton Garden Inn. [Wikipedia]