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Robin McLaughlin

Robin McLaughlin
Robin McLaughlin is associate editor of LODGING.
Cache House Jackson Hole

Bunk In: Cache House Opens in Jackson Hole

Built to accommodate the needs of modern-day travelers, Cache House is a shared-living space in Jackson Hole, Wyo., near Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Park. Housed in a former 1990s bunkhouse, Cache House has...
The Drayton Hotel

Check Out: The Living Room at The Drayton Hotel

One of the oldest surviving buildings in Savannah, Ga., is now The Drayton Hotel. The property combines luxury with casual and historic design elements, creating the aesthetic of an old Savannah home. Dating back...
Hotel front desk

Hoteliers’ Responsibilities to Guests and Employees During COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has quickly impacted businesses and people across the hospitality industry, closing hotels nationwide and causing massive layoffs. The hotels that remain open must prioritize the safety of all people on-property by...
Kristie Dickinson

Invaluable Connections: Kristie Dickinson of CHMWarnick Reflects on Her Castell Project Experience

Kristie Dickinson had just been promoted to executive vice president of CHMWarnick when the Castell Project released its first report on female hospitality industry leaders. She found herself immediately drawn to the report, which...
HEI Hotels & Resorts’ first Women in Leadership Council meeting in 2018 at Le Meridien Dallas, The Stoneleigh. (From left) Rachel Moniz, EVP of Operations, HEI Hotels & Resorts; Ginger Martin, GM of Le Meridien Dallas the Stoneleigh; Marina Dutton, GM of Costa Mesa Marriott; Kathryn Johnson, GM of The Hotel at Avalon; and Julie Yeung, VP of Talent and Performance, HEI Hotels & Resorts.

How HEI Hotels & Resorts Is Working to Reach Gender Parity at the GM...

Hotel companies that overlook diversity lack a variety of opinions, perspectives, and insights among their leaders and executives. Still, the hospitality industry is falling short when it comes to gender parity; women held just...