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Keith Barr, chief executive officer, IHG commented: 'We are focused on continuing to expand our leadership in luxury and upscale, which are both high-value segments with significant growth potential.
On 5 June, Upscale announced the launch of its first project in Egypt with investments of EGP 4bn in Borg Al-Arab in Alexandria.
Three other segments each accounted for more than 15% of rooms in construction: unaffiliated (20.5% with 20,268 rooms); upscale (17.6% with 17,378 rooms); and luxury (16.4% with 16,212 rooms).
Given that the Embassy Suites hotel in Buffalo managed by Uniland is rated "Upper-Upscale", and assuming Wonderfalls will be of similar quality, we're now looking at a whopping 612 Upscale and Upper-Upscale hotel rooms slated for downtown Niagara Falls.
The company produces books, magazines and other media focusing on travel and upscale lifestyles.
With the most central location in the country, an upscale full service hotel with 180 bedrooms, conferencing for up to 700 delegates, parking onsite and easy access by all modes of transport, Solihull is the perfect choice for organisers looking for an upscale conference venue in the Midlands.
The average household income of upscale Latinos is around $124,000, nearly four times greater than the income of other Latino households.
With our portfolio, we have an unbelievable opportunity to lead in upscale. With our people, our values and the passion of the Heineken team, we are ready to write the next chapter of this great company."
UPSCALE RESIDENTIAL REAL estate sales in Pulaski County have dropped compared with last year, but the drop follows a trend in the larger market.
As Wal-Mart's chief marketing officer, Fleming was a key player in the discounter's push upscale to woo higher-income shoppers--a strategy the retailer recently toned down.