Disaster planning has been top of mind for the industry as the COVID-19 pandemic has made its way across the globe and parts of the world have been faced with their fair share of natural disasters. Today, hoteliers are finding that their careful planning was not time wasted.
GLOBAL REPORT—Hoteliers are doing their best to stay positive in the current environment and are getting creative with how they are connecting with guests.
Here’s a look at what the road to recovery post-COVID-19 might look like in the U.S. based on past recessions.
Hoteliers who have elevated property cleaning protocols to keep guests and employees safe during the coronavirus pandemic say that communicating those procedures to guests is critical.
As the experts on Hotel & Resort Carpet Cleaning, we share hotel industry news valuable to our clients. Here is an article concerning the Coronoavirus (Covid-19) and how to plan.
We all understand how technology has advanced at an astonishing rate over the past decade, and a lot of the devices and systems we thought of as cutting edge ten years ago are already obsolete. A perfect illustration of that is the technologies and methods used for modern marketing online.
As the experts on Hotel & Resort Carpet Cleaning, we love to share articles on the industry when we come across them. Here are 5 things you need to know about the Hotel Industry.
This week we are featuring the Boston Marriott Copley Place.
With Hilton’s new upscale brand Tempo by Hilton, executives are gambling there is a segment of travelers willing to pay a premium for a hotel that lets them maintain the “rhythms” of their home life while on the road.
Room rates will inch up on average and hoteliers will make more money—all helps explain the boom in luxury rooms
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