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Paul Breslin

Managing Director at Horwath HTL

Pau Breslin

Paul Breslin is Managing Director of Horwath HTL's Atlanta office. A 30-year veteran of the hospitality industry, Paul's expertise ranges from operations to asset management, branding and valuations and appraisals. He and his team of professionals have successfully consulted on boutique hotels, limited and full service and luxury hotels. Paul's personal experience includes operations positions at the Fountainebleau Hilton Resort & Spa, the Sheraton San Diego Resort, the Sheraton New Orleans and convention hotels in Atlanta. He is a Certified Hotel Administrator (CHA), a member of the International Society for Hospitality Consultants (ISHC), a member of the Hospitality Asset Managers Association (HAMA) well as a Certified Hospitality Educator (CHE) as designated by the American Hotel & Lodging Association.

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College Campus Hotels for the 21st Century

Generally, any hotel that uses a nearby educational institution as the primary demand generator can be considered a campus hotel; however, the scope of this article focuses on hotels that are directly affiliated with an educational institution, often a college or university.

Time, Talent and Technology to Win in 2017

Just like the media business, when things are hopping, it's good for the hotel business. The travel industry thrives on change, action and excitement. If you follow the top level results of Google Analytics - it reads like a hotel marketing plan.

Horwath HTL Americas Presents a Manhattan Special Market Report

Horwath HTL, a global leader in hospitality consulting, has released its Manhattan Special Market Report, and report that despite a decrease in Occupancy, ADR and RevPAR are expected to increase by the end of 2016.

Canada, Eh?: The US Neighbor to the North Welcomes American Travelers and Enables a Mutually Beneficial Summer of Tourism

As we find ourselves in this precarious era of global travel and tourism, there is a sense that U.S. summer vacationers are staying just a bit closer to home in 2016. Canada has proven appealing for those who seek a travel experience while still remaining near.
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