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Wednesday, November 9, 2011

 

Dallas Hotel Jobs Should Grow Along with Worldwide Rates

More Dallas hotel jobs should be created as hotels begin charging higher rates and bringing in more money.

A recent report from Hogg Robinson Group found that hotels throughout the world increased rates by 4 percent during the first half of 2011. Of the 50 cities included in the survey, 33 saw a yearly increase in hotel rates.

"Yet again our survey indicates how important it is for clients to keep control of their hotel programmes and drive volumes to maximize returns," Stewart Harvey, group commercial director for HRG, said in a statement. "Despite the fact that many large companies have put in place travel restrictions and cost reductions, hotel rates in the majority of cities surveyed increased. Demand is driving the rate.

"We can expect hotel rates to continue to rise as more economies grow and business demand picks up," he continued. "During this time it is critical for clients looking to minimize travel spend to work with us to negotiate fair hotel rates."

Some important findings of the survey include:

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You made some good points there. I did a search on the topic and found that most people will agree with you.


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