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The Growing Value of Hotel Bars

February 2, 2018

The days of sad, lonely, hidden-away hotel bars are long gone. Today, hotels are turning their bars into community watering holes, encouraging locals and...

Guests and The Great Outdoors

December 6, 2017

A hotel’s rooftop used to be just that – a rooftop, and in terms of revenue, wasted space. Not any longer. Hotels are getting more creative and...

Building Customer Loyalty – How Easy Is It?

November 1, 2017

Here’s an exchange a traveler recently shared on Twitter, recounting a quick but memorable check-in experience at a major branded hotel: Me: I’m...

It’s Not All About Millennials

October 4, 2017

Why is every hotel trying to attract millennials these days? They aren’t the only powerful demographic out there, and hotels shouldn’t necessarily...

Is Room Service Dead?

September 7, 2017

Not yet, but it seems to be on the way out. While plenty of hotels still offer traditional room service, guests’ tastes are evolving, and food and...

Four Vital Hotel Industry Trends to Watch

August 3, 2017

Hospitality is always changing, and it’s hard to know which trends have real staying power and those that will be obsolete in a few years. From opening a...

7 Tech Tips to Improve Your Guests’ Experience

June 5, 2017

With a seemingly endless and ever-changing array of technology available for hotels, how do you know what is worth your time and money? Fortunately, the wealth...

Difficult Guests? What You Can Learn From The United Airlines Fiasco

May 3, 2017

by Kelly By now, you’ve probably (repeatedly) seen the video of a passenger on a United Airlines flight being dragged off the plane by airport security....

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