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How to Green Your Hotels

To offer your guests a more environmentally responsible night’s sleep, here are some eco-friendly measures to consider for your hotel that go above and beyond a towel and sheet re-use program. There are options that need little investment and those ...

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If You See Something, Say Something

It’s a simple concept that holds all staff members accountable for reporting suspicious behavior; if you see something, say something. If the housekeepers who discarded flight manuals, fake IDs, and disguises at a Newark Airport hotel prior to 9/11 had ...

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Hotel Security and Anti-Terrorism

Following the attacks of 9/11, Capt. Dave Leonardis, who was Commandant of the New Jersey State Police Academy at the time, instructed his cadets to make their way to the hotels near Newark Liberty International Airport. He took the unprecedented ...

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Proactive Prevention

Someone is walking across a floor, and a moment later that person is feet up in the air and flat on his or her back. Along with the stinging embarrassment and bruised ego, often comes injury. Injuries can vary from ...

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Call Waiting

Look around just about any hotel room and you’ll see items you wouldn’t have 20 years ago: a flat-screen TV, an iPod dock on a clock radio, an Internet port. Now look over at the phone. Unless you’re in a ...

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Illumination Creation

The art of lighting today combines cutting-edge technology with sophisticated design, allowing for unlimited possibilities that can achieve just about any desired ambiance within a hotel. With the recent advent of the mixed-use lobby, along with enhanced guestroom configuration, cosmic-inspired ...

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