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Haute Hospitality 

Oh those luxury destinations New York, London, Cairo ... and Indianapolis? Yes, according to Hilton Hotels Corp., which just opened the $100 million, 243 room Conrad Indianapolis, the newest addition to its luxury brand. Or, what about checking into the

Investment Profile: In the Lap of Luxury 

It’s hard to find an unhappy hotel owner, developer, or investor at any level this year. Global travel and tourism topped $6 trillion in 2005, growing 5.7 percent, and 4.2 percent annual growth is forecast for the next 10 years,

Hotel Reservations 

It’s a sign of the new normal that North Dakota has been the top market in hotel performance for the past two quarters, according to Marcus & Millichap. It scored 114.0 compared to the U.S. average of 104.2, when measuring