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This weeks Compensation Clinic case comes from a LoyaltyLobby reader’s stay at the InterContinental Times Square hotel (+ the reader would like to know if the compensation was adequate).

Compensation Clinic InterContinental New York Times Square

Remember that you can always email me, send me a Facebook message or Tweet me about the issues you have with hotels, airlines and other travel providers. I will feature one new case each week. [click to continue…]

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Here are six reader questions from the past week (so many good questions coming in!) that I have decided to reply to publicly. You can always email me, leave a note or private message on Facebook, or Tweet me with your questions.

Reader Questions May 17

Note that I can shorten the emails and edit them for clarity. I always remove the personal information of both the reader and front line employees. If there are managers involved, I may leave their names intact, however. [click to continue…]

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Tropicana in Las Vegas became part of Hilton’s DoubleTree brand (read more here) back in 2012 and IHG already has two InterContinental Alliance Resorts (Palazzo and Venetian) in the city .

Las Vegas Hooters IHG

Now, the city’s news paper Las Vegas Sun is reporting that the Hooters Casino has been sold and that it would likely become affiliated with IHG, although not under the Hooters name. [click to continue…]

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Here’s look at the top 5 most lucrative hotel promotions that you can take advantage this month. As is always the case, I prefer promotions that you can stack.

Top Hotel Promotions May 2015

Although there are no currently global promotions from Hyatt, Marriott or SPG, there are still worthy promotions to take advantage of this month from other programs. Remember to always email me targeted promotions that you may receive hotel loyalty programs. [click to continue…]

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Here are five reader questions from the past week (so many good questions coming in!) that I have decided to reply to publicly. You can always email me, leave a note or private message on Facebook, or Tweet me with your questions.

Reader Questions May 10

Note that I can shorten the emails and edit them for clarity. I always remove the personal information of both the reader and front line employees. If there are managers involved, I may leave their names intact, however. [click to continue…]