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Hospitality News

Renaissance and Slate win Adrian Award for content marketing work

In the 2013 hospitality category, Renaissance Hotels and SlateCustom took the bronze HSMAI Adrian Award for content marketing in support of the discerning business traveler - a recognition of content strategy in travel marketing.

Red Sox take out newspaper ad thanking St. Louis

Boston - The Boston Red Sox placed a full-page ad in Tuesday's St. Louis Post-Dispatch, thanking the city for its hospitality during the World Series. It also honored the St. Louis Cardinals, the team it beat in the Series and its fans.

Photo Essay: Survey says, 'You can't have a bad time in Savannah' Special

Savannah - Condé Nast Traveler announced the winners of its Readers' Choice Awards and Savannah, Georgia was rated one of the "friendliest" cities in the United States. One reader noted that, simply put, "you can't have a bad time in Savannah."

Toronto's stylish new Four Seasons hotel opens its doors Special

Toronto - Four Seasons Toronto is the latest design gem to make its mark in Canada's busiest city. The Yorkville hotel features 259 rooms (all outfitted with iPads), the largest spa of any Four Seasons property and star chef Daniel Boulud's new restaurant.

Review: The beauty inside Ontario's Deerhurst Resort Special

I've been to several stunning hotels and resorts centres, but the grandeur and artwork of Deerhurst Resort in Huntsville truly dropped my jaw. These photos offer a glimpse into the artistic side of Deerhurst.

Marriott International targets LGBT travellers

Hospitality leader Marriott International recently announced a new marketing campaign aimed at lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) travellers, friends and families – “Be You, With Us”.

Founder Isadore Sharp celebrates 50 years of Four Seasons Hotel legacy Special

Toronto - In a special event in Toronto, Four Season Hotel Isadore Sharp looked back to 1961, when he first brought one of the world's most recognized brands to the hospitality industry. How is Sharp and the Toronto hotel honouring its past?

Live like a rodent at the French 'hamster hotel'

If you've ever had the urge to spend a night or two as a hamster, you need to visit Nantes, France. For around $150 a night, you can do everything a hamster does, from spinning on a wheel to eating the animal's food to sleeping on a pile of hay.
 

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Arriving at the Toronto hotel to kick off the 50th Anniversary celebrations  Isadore Sharp (left)  t...
Arriving at the Toronto hotel to kick off the 50th Anniversary celebrations, Isadore Sharp (left), the founder and chairman of Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, is greeted by the staff assembled in the lobby.