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Designing a Ballroom To Maximize Revenue

Designing a Ballroom To Maximize Revenue

Between weddings, business luncheons, and conferences, ballrooms can bring in a steady source of revenue for hotels across a variety of segments. However, without the right design and flexibility, ballrooms may not successfully attract meeting planners assessing the space to ...

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Five Hospitality Lighting Trends

Five Hospitality Lighting Trends

It’s a transitional period for lighting trends in the hospitality industry and hotels are searching for more efficient and cost-effective lighting options. Hubbell Lighting Inc.’s National Account Manager, Jeff Moreau, and Outdoor Living Brands, Inc.’s Director of Field Operations, Jim ...

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Using Art to Bridge Age Gaps Among Guests

Using Art to Bridge Age Gaps Among Guests

As the tension between millennials and baby boomers dominates the media, it’s easy to believe that there are no similarities between the generations. However, there is a significant trend affecting the groups: both baby boomers and millennials have been bitten ...

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Enhancing the Guest Experience with LED Technology

Enhancing the Guest Experience with LED Technology

Over the last six to ten years, the hospitality industry has undergone a high-tech transformation as restaurant owners and hoteliers are quickly innovating to keep up with their competitors. Consequently, incorporating advanced technology into the hotel experience has led to ...

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The Evolution of the Hotel Notepad

The Evolution of the Hotel Notepad

Keeping a hotel running the way it should is like simultaneously keeping juggling balls in the air. There are tons of factors at play, and one oversight could cause scores of issues. That’s why all hospitality team members must be ...

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Hotel Bathroom Design Trends for 2017

Hotel Bathroom Design Trends for 2017

Hotel bathrooms have come a long way from plain, white spaces used merely for wash and go. After all, they are among the most important rooms in our living areas. Their design, layout, and overall look have changed and improved ...

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