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This is one man’s opinion. I am an Independent, so Democrats and Republicans alike will disagree with me. I am not a member of the Lodging Industry Association or the San Diego Hotel Motel Association, so I am not privy to their positions on these issues and many of them will disagree with me. Lastly, I do not own any land or property downtown that would give me any reason to prefer a certain outcome.

San Diego, CA July 13, 2012 – Turning a hotel’s online lookers into bookers was the topic of discussion at a recent event hosted by hotel management firm R. A. Rauch & Associates at the Hilton Garden Inn San Diego/Del Mar.  At the event, RAR president Robert Rauch teamed up with Adam Brownstein, co-founder of

from the San Diego Daily Transcript Wed. May 11, 2011: …Hotel consultant and developer Robert Rauch said while room rates have risen, they remain heavily discounted — making it challenging to remain profitable. “It’s difficult to come back from the discounts we’ve had,” Rauch said. Bob Rauch Photo Courtesy San Diego Daily Transcript Full Story

Bob Rauch answers questions from Craig Sullivan of The Hotel Inventory on the hospitality market in San Diego during the 2010 Lodging Conference. <iframe title="YouTube video player" class="youtube-player" type="text/html" width="580" he buy cialis without prescriptionight=”365″ src=”” frameborder=”0″> Click here to see Bob’s article in The Hotel Inventory

By: Robert A. Rauch, CHA Today’s economy has had an enormous impact on the fortunes of the U.S. lodging industry. Some markets have been impacted more than others. Thankfully, for San Diego, the access to millions of potential travelers within a short driving distance, along with a diverse economy and a strong convention center, has

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So what is really happening in 2010?  According to the U.S. Travel Association, business travel will be up 2.5 percent in 2010 with leisure travel up 1.9 percent.  That leaves the group market…it would be nice if we could find someone who will project an increase in that market segment but we can’t.  Naturally, each