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Posts for January 2013

March will bring a Sioux Falls tour of events, and Ramada Sioux Falls is located in the center of it all.

Enjoy a Sioux Falls tour of events in March with comfortable headquarters at Ramada Sioux Falls Sioux Falls is a city constantly bustling with activity. There is always something to do and see, whether you are 5 years old or 85. March will bring a variety of events to the Sioux Falls area, and Ramada Sioux Falls is located in the center of it all. The Sioux Falls hotel is the perfect headquarters for you and your family while you explore all that Sioux Falls has to offer.


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Ramada Sioux Falls convention center in ideal location

As far as Jean Hoesing is concerned, the ideal location for a new 12,000-seat convention center is adjacent to the current Sioux Falls Convention Center.

 The general manager of the Ramada Hotel & Suites in Sioux Falls -- which neighbors the convention center -- cited several reasons supporting the expansion of the current facility.


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National business meeting and convention spending on the rise

Hotels across the country are starting to see an increase in group business bookings, and South Dakota is no exception. The U.S. Travel Association recently predicted a 7 percent increase in meeting and convention spending this year, following a 15 percent industry decline last year. In Sioux Falls, at least one hotel is feeling the market turn around.

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Corporate travel hassle-free at Ramada Sioux Falls

The day-to-day life of a corporate travelers often include hours of commuting – whether it’s logging miles on the Interstate or jetting in and out of airports.

 This hustle and bustle can prove exhausting for travelers. At the end of the day, they want to arrive at a hotel where they can finally sit back and relax.


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Survey shows more travelers looking to stay connected to the office on vacation

According to a recent travel trend survey from Trip Advisor, domestic travelers increasingly want to stay connected to the office while on vacation. Almost 70 percent of respondents admitted to working on leisure trips – a figure that Jean Hoesing, general manager of the Ramada Hotel & Suites in Sioux Falls, doesn’t find surprising.


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