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MGM Resorts International Pledges $1 Million for Employee Emergency Fund

Company also donates close to half a million pounds of food around the country.

How Diamond Resorts Increased Email Engagement and Success

For brands like Diamond Resorts, it’s more important than ever to utilize the latest in communication technology to maintain their status as major competitors.

Puzzle Partner sat down with ResortPass CEO to discuss how her unprecedented idea has transformed how hotels define ‘guests’ and how guests can experience hotels in a whole new way.

Xenia has completed the sale of the 409-room Marriott Griffin Gate Resort & Spa in Lexington, Kentucky for $51.5 million.

The hospitality brand will partner with INTELITY to build a custom, richly branded mobile experience for its guests.

Many hotel brands have been experiencing ‘healthy’ growth through a focus on the wellness consumer trend, incorporating technology investments to keep up with the demand.

Merging old-school Vegas hospitality with cutting-edge design and technology, Circa aims to feature first-class amenities, non-stop entertainment, advanced hotel technology and attentive customer service.

Looking to improve a labor-intensive, manual revenue management process, Seaside Resorts will integrate IDeaS to enhance its total connected hotel technology ecosystem.

Enrique Calderón, Grupo Posadas’ COO discusses how operational data and guest satisfaction scores drive decision-making across more than 180 of the group’s hotels.

ResortPass enters 2020 with the momentum of expanded partnerships, investment rounds, and record sales performance.

The complimentary white-glove travel concierge app offers over 8,000 curated luxe travel experiences and information on top dining, hotels and events for more than 60 U.S. cities.

The 25 acre solar field has over 19,000 solar panels and has the annual capacity to generate 3.5 Megawatts of electricity, which is more power than is consumed annually by the Resort's two hotels.

CoCo Key Hotel and Water Resort is two miles from the Orange County Convention Center and three miles from the Universal Orlando Resort.

Connectivity enhancements come as Wynn Las Vegas plans for its convention center expansion, slated to open in February of 2020.

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