Government Affairs Update
Hear the very latest updates about what is happening on Capitol Hill, in the White House, and in state & local governments across the country. Learn what AHLA is doing to advocate on behalf of our industry.
Hosted by AHLA’s government affairs experts and updated regularly.Members Only
Make your voice heard! Here you will have the exclusive access to innovative tools that will allow you to take immediate action on important legislative initiatives through concise emails delivered instantly to your Representatives urging their support of lodging-friendly positions.Take Action
HotelPAC is the American Hotel & Lodging Association’s (AHLA) Political Action Committee (PAC). It is a voluntary, bi-partisan PAC formed to help elect federal candidates who support the lodging industry.Join Now
HotelsACT is an affiliate grassroots advocacy organization of the American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA) created to enhance hotelier’s ability to influence policy debates by focusing on the economic impact of the lodging industry across the country.Register
America's lodging industry is working hard in all 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia.
Get a snapshot of each state and congressional district's lodging industry and the broad economic contribution it makes to that state and its citizens.Learn More
A guide highlighting issues of importance to the hotel industry and AHLA's stance on those issues.Download
Members only resource offering high level bullet points on the key issues affecting our industry today.Members Only
U.S. Conference of Mayors Tourism, Hotel and Lodging Survey
The hotel and lodging industry is a critical component of the local economies of cities across the nation. Hotels are catalysts for increased revenue, opportunity and wages for employees and commercial growth to area business large and small. Offering career opportunities for a wide variety of people at different levels, hotels employ many entry level positions and provide internal upward mobility for their employees.Download Executive Summary