I think the video gives an interesting peek into how the Starwood staff dealt with the changes.
Once the merger is complete, Marriott will be the largest hotel company in the world with 5,500 hotels and 1.1 million guest rooms.
Today another list of properties has been released that have had point-of-sale security incidents this summer.
It was just a few days ago when we heard that the Anbang Consortium upped their offer to buy Starwood and Starwood loyalists gripped their seat as they waited to see what would happen.
Starwood announced that they will become the first US based hotel company to run hotels in Cuba in almost 60 years, after they received the go-ahead from the US Treasury Department to operate hotels in Cuba.
In the continuing saga of Starwood’s need to find a buyer that “Explores Strategic and Financial Alternatives to Increase Shareholder Value”, there’s been a new development today. Last week we found out that Starwood had received an unsolicited bid from a Chinese firm, and all eyes were on Starwood to see what they would do. […]