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Improving Hotel NOI with Retro-Commissioning

Improving Hotel NOI with Retro-Commissioning

Are you keeping your hotel assets running in great shape with regular energy efficiency tune-ups? As most new hotels get ready to open their doors, engineers perform a commissioning process to observe building systems and make sure everything is operating ...

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Historic Buildings Get Second Chance as Hotels

Historic Buildings Get Second Chance as Hotels

A schoolhouse in Pennsylvania, a general store in South Carolina, and a former mental asylum in New York: Three buildings that have seemingly nothing in common, but recently all achieved the same destiny—becoming a hotel. As historic and boutique hotels ...

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Culling the Creepy Crawlies

Culling the Creepy Crawlies

When it comes to running a hotel, ensuring guest comfort is paramount to the entire experience. There are any number of issues that could cause discomfort, but one of the most visceral is a pest problem. Eliminating an infestation is ...

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Making Sure Your Hotel Chain Stays at the Top

Making Sure Your Hotel Chain Stays at the Top

OK, hotel owners: Now that you are operating your chain, it’s time to talk about staying ahead of the competition. It is critical to understand that getting there and staying there are two vastly different things. Today, we’re going to ...

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Wyndham Execs Sound Off at 2016 Global Conference

Wyndham Execs Sound Off at 2016 Global Conference

At the close of the Wyndham Hotel Group’s 2016 Global Conference at Las Vegas’s Mandalay Bay Hotel & Casino, the more than 6,000 attendees left with a wealth of information about new brand initiatives and owner perks. But that only ...

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How to CEO a Hotel Chain

How to CEO a Hotel Chain

Now that you know how to build your own hotel chain, let’s talk about how to run it right. It is critical to understand that getting there and staying there are two vastly different things. You’ve developed a good product ...

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