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Old Dec 13, 12, 4:33 pm
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Originally Posted by socrates View Post
The issue isn't putting your name on a building or having the building look the and the services to be the same....the issue is the ROI for the developer, if MI was willing to reduce their fees you'd see their brands in many more locations but MI feels their brands are premium brands (when compared to the compset) and should carry a premium cost to use them....
I am not saying for a four star marriott be built there.....Hilton and Holiday Inn are able to have Hampton Inn and HI Express in locations. Wyndam also has access to these locations through its lower have brands. FI is a similar brand to them.

The funny thing the lower level chain hotels can get away with a higher hotel rate if they are near National Parks. Thus the higher room rates, which would abe a pct of cost, would be more than adequate. The fact Marriott doesnt goes back to what another poster said--they are anti-national parks.
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