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Sequestration Will Impact Travel

Sequestration Will Impact Travel

On Friday, Congress failed to come to a resolution regarding the sequestration, and large, automatic spending cuts are set for federal programs. By the end of the fiscal year, $85 billion in cuts are expected to take place. Although the ...

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Making Mobile Apps Easier

Making Mobile Apps Easier

Are you a hotel that wants to highlight and promote your property and services in a visually dynamic, technologically savvy way? There’s an app for that. Today’s travelers are dependent on mobile devices, and hotels are constantly trying to keep ...

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Trimming the Fat

Trimming the Fat

When Cambria Suites owners expressed concerns that they weren’t making money on food and beverage, the brand realized it was time to create a new program that would decrease costs, improve the guest experience, and turn the restaurant into a ...

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Preventing the Flu

Preventing the Flu

January and February mark peak flu season, and public health concerns are top-of-mind for hotel managers, guests, and staff. To ensure your facility is properly equipped to handle a potential outbreak, facility managers need to develop and initiate a comprehensive ...

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Twin Peaks

Twin Peaks

Jerry Reyes had a tough act to follow when he took over as the director of housekeeping at the W New Orleans Hotel in 2005: his identical twin brother, Ramon. Jerry not only had to live up to certain expectations ...

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Take a Break

Take a Break

The recession brought with it a slump in meeting business that hotels are only now seeing improve. Now the race is on to drive in more business. To attract corporate and group accounts and keep up with current travel trends, ...

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