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|In the October 20, 2010 issue
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“We see an acceptance … that there are no quick fixes and
that the upturn will be a long, hard road.” That was the assessment of
Damien Little, director at global consultancy Horwath Hotel, Tourism and
Leisure, when the company released its latest Global Hotel Market
Sentiment Survey. The report revealed that hotel operators see positive
movement but a lot of ground yet to regain. We’ve got numbers from STR
Global, too, including who’s
tops in occupancy right now.
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