Hospitality
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10/19/2017

Fall is making its way onto hotel restaurant menus with special touches ranging from Halloween-themed cocktails to hearty dishes. Seasonal touches also extend to experiences, such as pop-up concerts.

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Hotel News Now
10/19/2017

The five-star Alexander House Hotel in Sussex, England, is tapping into a Danish tradition of serenity and mindfulness by serving guests Hoogly Tea. The drink was fashioned by Brighton resident Tina Gloggengieser in homage to the cheery Danish concept of Hygge.

10/19/2017

When the Blackburn Inn in Staunton, Va., reopens as a boutique hotel next year, guests will savor a redesign that retains the signature features of the 1828 landmark. Up-to-date amenities will blend with the heart pine flooring, arched hallways and other features created by master builder Thomas Blackburn in the 19th century.

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Hotel Business Design
10/19/2017

Kandy Girl is touted as the UK's first beauty spa catering to children. Owner Rachel Powell says the idea came from her 8-year-old daughter, Kimora.

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Kimora
10/19/2017

Spa Kurbadet in Hornbaek, Denmark, uses its own beauty products line, dubbed Ilse by Ilse Jacobsen, in all treatments. The products were developed with the help of skin care manufacturer Dermapharm.

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HuffPost
10/19/2017

Leela Eco Spa, Sophie's Beauty Spa and Renovations: The Spa for Men are included in this list of the best spas in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

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Narcity (Canada)
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Beauty Spa
10/19/2017

Stylists are updating the look of braids by going beyond the traditional box part, incorporating the triangle part toward the front. "Triangle braids are just more stylish and trendy now," says Stasha Harris of Magic Fingers Studio in Brooklyn, N.Y.

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Refinery29
10/19/2017

Stock analyst Conrad Schickedanz says Hyatt is in a position to ride the growth that has been seen in the luxury and airline sectors.

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Hyatt
10/19/2017

The ranks for the elite Palace hotels of Paris are expanding from seven to 14, while meeting various standards set by France's Tourism Ministry. "They're a key reason why Paris will remain one of the three gateway cities in the world for the top hotels, along with London and New York," said JLL's Gwenola Donet.

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JLL Real Views
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Tourism Ministry, JLL
10/19/2017

The Westin New York in Times Square is putting its $1,000 bagel back on the menu for a limited time following its debut a decade ago. The bagel's toppings include gold flakes and white truffle cream cheese.