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Norwalk’s HEI Hotels buys N.J. Marriott

HEI Hotels & Resorts has acquired the Hanover Marriott in Whippany, N.J., for $27 million.

Richard Freidman Interview

In an “Online” interview, Friedman talked about trends in the hospitality industry and what DoubleTree is doing to boost business. Following are edited excerpts. For the entire interview, go to our web site westfaironline.com.

Inn complements catering facility

Catering facility adds on-site hotel to list of amenities.

Westchester spas offer incentives to lure clients

In Westchester, spa owners offer discounts, other promos to boost business in down economy.

Westchester is all about Hospitality

Westchester-based hotels are geared up for summer staycations.

Rockland B&B is the place to be

Bricktown Inn welcomes guests on west shore of Hudson.

Q&A from the Corner Office

Hotels and conference centers are increasingly implementing sustainable design and eco-friendly practices.

Loyalty programs are not all equal, survey finds

Not all loyalty programs are alike.

Reasons to cheer at development breakfast

Officials tout successes and outline ideas at DCEDC breakfast.

Market proximity a boon in era of staycation

The Hudson Valley Resort calls itself “the perfect getaway.”

Q&A from the Corner Office

Mary Kay Vrba, executive director of Dutchess County Tourism, said tourism is big business in the county and shared a summer forecast.

Dolce Hotel earns celebrations permit

Dolce Hotel and Resort in Norwalk has entered the celebration business, overcoming noise concerns from neighbors. Here come the brides.

Day spas report revenue gains

As the country wraps up a most stressful National Stress Awareness Month, even the establishments that exist to ease cares – spas – are feeling the strain.

Q&A from the Corner Office

Bob Wilson, general manager of The Thayer Hotel at West Point, shared strategies his hotel is employing to boost the bottom line.

Starwood sues two former execs

Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide Inc. has sued two former executives and accused them of stealing more than 100,000 electronic and hard-copy files.