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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.

Battle in the borscht belt

A lawsuit by a former Concord project architect against Cappelli’s Valhalla company is making its way through a state court in Manhattan.

Jerry Luke: Take a hike

Jerry Luke is an expert in energy and a connoisseur of conviviality

Jerry Luke

Jerry Luke is an expert in energy and a connoisseur of conviviality due to his role co-managing the Fox Hill Bed and Breakfast with his wife Jeri.

Downtown homestead

Roach motel, crack kingdom: Both described the old Newburgh Hotel on lower Broadway, where squalor and crime went hand in hand.

Suite address for life on the move

Having lived around the country and the world, Kylie Cappelli has experienced the trepidation of being that stranger in a strange land.

Commerce fueled by history

What strategies for a 21st-century economy can be employed by the proprietor of an inn built about 1738?

Officials hope quad events will spur tourism

This year marks the 400th anniversary of Henry Hudson’s voyage up the river that bears his name.

‘Meeting local’ a growing trend in region

Despite dropping room-occupancy rates in the hotel industry, some local venues say companies in the region continue reserving space for meetings.

County’s hoteliers brace for lean holiday season

Last month, Davidson Hotel Co. completed a $20 million upgrade of the Holiday Inn Stamford Downtown, typically a busy host of business meetings.


Motor-inn taxes

User fees maybe a fancy name for taxes but it seems increasingly likely they will be a new reason for Dutchess County residents and visitors to reach for their wallets.

Bear Mountain Inn overcomes renovation setbacks

When it was built in 1915, the Bear Mountain Inn was a beautiful example of rustic architecture, according to Susan Smith, the park historian for the Palisades Interstate Park Commission.

Spiffed-up room at the inn

The owners of the Holiday Inn Downtown Stamford completed a $20 million renovation.

Ye old inn remade

When the Rhinecliff Hotel opened in 1854, it served the bustling Rhinecliff to Kingston ferry across the Hudson River as well as travelers arriving on the new Hudson River rail line.

New inn reflects broad back yard

Business and leisure travelers tired of cookie-cutter hotel rooms may find a pleasant surprise in store if they choose to stay at the new Hampton Inn and Suites Hotel on Route 9 in the town of Poughkeepsie.