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Founded in 1989, AAHOA is the largest hotel owners association in the world, with over 14,000 small business owner-members. AAHOA members own more th.


America’s Hoteliers Highlight Government Shutdown’s Effects on Industry

AAHOA, the nation's largest association of hotel owners, reiterated its call for an end to the partial government shutdown and highlighted the effects for small business owners in the hospitality

Tax reform changes require close study and potential shifts in strategy for the hospitality industry

The signing of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) into law in December 2017 marked the arrival of new opportunities and challenges for taxpayers in the United States, and the hospitality industry has

Correcting 2020 vision plans prior to that strategic date

Looking to make the most of the future, hotel executives sat down a few years ago, put on strategic planning caps and developed “2020 vision plans.” But with only a short 365 days until that magic

Tuning in to the right channels: Using data to optimize inventory distribution strategy

If there’s one adage that online travel agencies prove true over and over again, it’s that not all reservations are created equal. The commission fees paid to OTAs naturally make hoteliers want

Cultivating the social experience

Good news travels fast in our connected world. According to referral marketing platform Ambassador, 71 percent of customers who have a positive service experience via social media are likely

Data deep dive: Global hot spots and the lessons they hold

In 2017, 75.1 million international travelers visited the United States, according to Statista. That number is expected to reach 78 million this year and climb to 89 million by 2022. And while the U.S

A shrinking world; Chatting with U.S. hospitality leaders

Between 2007 and 2017, the latest period for which such data is available, diversity within the accommodations industry workforce has seen a dramatic increase. By way of example, in just the last


What’s hot in hotels right now? We tapped a few sources to find out not only what’s going in to the guest experience, but what’s going into the actual hotels

Today's Hotelier Roundtable

When it comes to the economy, the headlines talk of a booming stock market, low unemployment, significant and steady job growth, and people keeping more of their paychecks thanks to tax reform

Designing for competing audiences: Catering to Millennials, Gen Xers, and Baby Boomers

For Meagan Johnson, the major focal point or fulcrum of inter-generational design in the hotel and hospitality industry boils down to alarm clocks