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Monaco has launched a series of building projects in the hope of attracting a business and family clientele outside the peak summer seasons when the international jet set converges on the French Riviera, reports Agriclick. The aim is to raise it average hotel occupancy rate from an already high 72%.

Date
23 July 2001
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It has been revealed that Smith Travel Research has entered into a strategic alliance with the Cornell University School of Hotel Administration to develop a series of research studies that seek to unravel some of the US hotel industry's thorniest issues, reports Hotel News Resource.

Date
12 July 2001
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The Sri Lankan tourism and hospitality industry is keenly awaiting the start of the England-Sri Lanka test cricket series reports the Sri Lankan Daily News.

Date
26 February 2001
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A University of Florida researcher has warned that US luxury hotels increasingly find themselves host to bedbugs, reports the Miami Herald. Phil Koelher, an urban entomologist with the university's Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, revealed that a large influx of international tourists...

Date
26 July 2001
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The Israel Hotel Association (IHA) held its biennial conference on 4 July amid a crisis in the country's tourist industry. Hoteliers are struggling, and believe that the government is not doing anything to help.

Date
9 July 2001
News Article

A new report released by Jones Lang LaSalle Hotels, suggests that Europe's hotel markets are much more resilient in 2001 than they were during the last economic recession in the early 1990s.

Date
9 August 2001
News Article

The world hotel industry is changing from a collection of individually owned, family-run businesses into one increasingly controlled by large, multi-national corporations, according to a new report published by Travel & Tourism Intelligence. The hotel industry is found to be a major global player,...

Date
25 May 2001
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According to a report by the Caribbean news agency Cana, workers at a number of leading hotels in Antigua and Barbuda are being temporarily laid off or their working week cut because of a shortfall in tourist arrivals, reports moreover.com.

Date
2 May 2001
News Article

The fifth Annual UK budget hotel survey, published by Deloitte & Touche, reveals that while the sector continued to record impressive growth between 1999 and 2000, the first signs of a slowdown in its expansion were noted, reports travelmole.com.

Date
15 May 2001
News Article

Preliminary figures from Smith Travel Research suggest that hotel occupancy continued to fall in 2001. These findings reflect the continuing effects of the global economic slowdown, allied to the impact of the events of September 11.

Date
11 January 2002