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Marriott International Opens Dual Branded Le Meridien And AC Hotels By Marriott In Denver

Marriott International, Inc. today announced the opening of the dual-branded hotel development in downtown Denver, bringing two European-inspired brands to the city: Le Méridien and AC Hotels by Marriott. The 20-story development features a 272-room Le Méridien Hotel and a 223-room AC Hotel by Marriott, owned and managed by White Lodging Services Corporation. Powered by WPeMatico

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Eddie Lubbers on Cuba and Starting a Premier Travel Agency

If a popular politician is called a “man of the people,” then Eddie Lubbers is a man of the tourists. The Dutch-born, world-traveled entrepreneur is the founder and CEO of Cuba Travel Network—the leading website for booking flights, tours and accommodation in Cuba, run by Lubbers in Amsterdam and a staff of 50 on the ground in the island nation. We talked to Lubbers about how he got started in travel, his passion for Cuba, and helping tourists truly experience the country like a local. Taking a vacation can change the course of your career “I started out at a

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Nikolas Koenig on Branding and Becoming a Leading Hotel Photographer

When Nikolas Koenig moved to New York 20 years ago, he was fresh out of photography school in Germany. By 2001, he had became Ian Schrager’s photographer of choice, and has since established himself as one of the most prolific hospitality photographers worldwide. We met up with Koenig at The New York EDITION—one of the iconic Schrager properties that he’s photographed—to talk about how he got started in the industry. Here’s what we learned. It takes time to find a niche “I moved to New York in 1995 after attending a very hands-on photography school in Germany. My two main

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Harsha Chanrai on Pop-Up Hospitality Schools and Economic Empowerment

Raised in London by parents from Mumbai, Harsha Chanrai is a world traveler with a vision. After being frustrated in her travels by hotels around the world that ignore the community around them, she took up studies at Cornell Hospitality school and used what she learned to start Saira Hospitality, a non-profit that aims to educate local communities in emerging markets—equipping locals to start careers in hospitality. We spoke with Chanrai at the Refinery Rooftop about traveling like a local, a hotel’s responsibility to its community and her vision for the future. Here are five lessons we learned from Harsha

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Jungles in Paris on Content Creation and World Culture

Brothers Oliver and Darrell Hartman bring their diverse backgrounds in filmmaking and writing to Jungles in Paris, a multimedia documentary platform, where they work with photographers and videographers to tell stories that celebrate the diversity of the human experience. We met up with Oliver and Darrell at SIXTY SoHo to talk travel, culture and content creation. Here are five lessons we learned from Oliver and Darrell Hartman. 01 Storytellers come from all different backgrounds. Oliver: “I studied psychology and biology in college, and had no grounding in film. After college, I worked in media strategy in San Francisco and got

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