Eden Roc wins appeal to remove Marriott as manager

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  1. uggboy
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    || Eden Roc wins appeal to remove Marriott as manager ||

    What a saga, we see such cases more often arise these days, from Fairmont loosing Turnberry Isle, Marriott loosing their Edition Waikiki property or Four Seasons looses their Aviara property in California or GHM looses the Setai in Miami. Seems to be a growing trend in which owner interests collide with the Management interests. It's not unheard off that guest check into a brand A in the evening and awake in brand B the next morning.
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    Nice list. Re-flagging isn't new, but I think we're seeing more going independent (or smaller chains) than jumping from one major to another.

    Miami Beach alone has several examples.
    • Hilton Fontainebleau goes independent in an attempt to start their own hotel chain
    • DoubleTree Surfcomber now a Kimpton Hotel
    • Hyatt Hotel Victor now a Thompson Hotel
    • Setai Miami Beach under new management but same brand (as you pointed out)
    • Eden Roc going independent
    On the flip side you have Parker Meridian suing to keep Starwood.
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