I was all happy last night as I sat on my big, comfy sofa with a handful of Oreos and a tall glass of milk. Feeling that content made me think about going away for the weekend and staying at a Marriott hotel, a place where I usually feel like I can get real value for my money.
I'm sure that Marriott International
So how does a hotel company increase its revenue available per room 13% and record a 6% increase in occupancy (to 74%) in one quarter? The answer starts with a burgeoning renewal in international travel. More and more international customers have been pouring into the Marriott hotels throughout the United States. This foreign-tourist injection has benefited the chain both on our shores and foreign soil, as travelers have seemingly decided that it is once again safe to travel across borders.
If I'm comparing what I eat to where I stay, then I suppose a piece of salmon would be the equivalent of a Hyatt or Intercontinental
Fool contributor Phil Wohl spent more than 12 years on Wall Street and now concentrates his writing on more fictional characters. He has no stake in any firm mentioned above.
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