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Atlanta’s Hotel Indigo Contributes to City’s Rebirth

Atlanta’s Hotel Indigo Contributes to City’s Rebirth

Standing in the middle of Atlanta’s central business district, a visitor need only look up to see the legacy of 91-year-old architect and developer John C. Portman Jr. The 19.6-million-square-foot Peachtree Center complex, which began in 1960 with the construction ...

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Protecting Guests from Safe-Crackers

Protecting Guests from Safe-Crackers

With videos circulating the internet of hotel safes being broken into with everyday items like pocket knives, screwdrivers and old key rings, and magnets, travelers are becoming increasingly aware of the possibility that their valuables are not as secure in ...

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Check Out The Roxy Lounge

Check Out The Roxy Lounge

The Roxy, the new incarnation of the iconic Tribeca Grand Hotel, is reenergizing the lower Manhattan experience. The refresh, which focused on the public spaces, movie theater, jazz clubs, coffee bar, and hair salon, enhances the hotel’s reputation as a ...

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Getting to Know Your Guests

Getting to Know Your Guests

Getting to know guests and anticipating their needs is a key skill for any hotelier. And now, with increasingly smart apps and software platforms, that process is becoming easier. One such program is Go Moment’s Ivy, an intelligent texting platform ...

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Fluorescent Lighting to Become Thing of the Past

Fluorescent Lighting to Become Thing of the Past

On Feb. 1, General Electric announced it would discontinue the compact fluorescent light (CFL) in the U.S. by the end of the year in favor of its eco-friendly, cost-efficient sibling, the light emitting diode (LED). Nick Diligente, marketing manager for ...

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Finding Housekeeping Employees

Finding Housekeeping Employees

A hotel without a reliable and consistent housekeeping staff will likely experience diminished cleanliness, face lower quality assurance scores from inspectors, be subjected to higher labor and training costs due to frequent employee turnover, and experience more complaints from guests. ...

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