Southwest Florida’s Premiere Hospitality Group

Thank you for checking-in. The LCHA isn’t just for hoteliers. We also serve the people and the many small businesses that supply, promote, and sell to the hotel industry. Our members come from a range of professions, including tourism, transportation, area attractions, public utilities, food and beverage suppliers, marketers, P/R agencies, and tour operators. We work with the city and county regarding events and tourism interests to represent the voice of our industry. While many residents and politicians see our lodging facilities as an amenity for our guests or as a place to hold a meeting or event – the reality is that lodging is one of the sustaining factors in our tourism industry. We welcome you to learn more about us and join us at one of our monthly luncheons.

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In The News

  • June 02, 2017

    Rick Scott agrees to sign the $82.4 billion state budget after reaching deal with Corcoran, Negron

    TALLAHASSEE — Gov. Rick Scott has agreed to sign the budget and the controversial public schools bill in exchange for the House and Senate coming back in special session next week to inject more than $100 million into the governor’s top priorities, Enterprise Florida and Visit Florida, as well as put about $200 million in […]

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  • April 26, 2017

    URGENT REQUEST TO SAVE VISIT FLORIDA

    It is now time for action! It’s time for you and your employees to pick up the phone and call Legislators for a fully funded VISIT FLORIDA. Governor Scott has been a champion for the tourism industry since day one, and it’s time for us to help him in this fight. Throughout the legislative session, […]

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  • April 19, 2017

    Gov. Scott Requests $100 Million for VISIT FLORIDA

    Dear Jefferson, Today was an exciting day in the Florida Capitol. Governor Scott again stood up for Florida’s tourism industry and upped his recommendation from $76 million to $100 million in funding for VISIT FLORIDA to make us more competitive. The Governor clearly understands the value of our industry and the 1.4 million jobs supported […]

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  • April 17, 2017

    What took the ‘high’ out of season? Lee tourism regroups

    Just how soft was Southwest Florida’s winter high season? And what can make a difference for the Beaches of Fort Myers & Sanibel tourism brand this summer – and beyond? Destination promoters and members of Lee County’s lifeblood hospitality industry hashed over those questions and more last week at the county Tourist Development Council meeting. They didn’t […]

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