The Secrets of Guest-Satisfying Hotel Brands

If Chip Bell could have any job, it would be a hotel concierge. “Hotels, to me, are the most exciting business on the planet,”...

Eco-Friendly Carpet Cleaning Tips

With so much ground to cover, finding a way to keep carpets in tip-top shape for guests while also considering the environment is no...

Navigating Fair Wages

Signed into law in 1938, the first federal minimum wage was just $0.25 per hour. Since then minimum wage has steadily risen to keep...
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Georgia Officials Join Hotel Industry Against Human Trafficking

Atlanta - On Oct. 1, 2019, Governor Brian Kemp, First Lady Marty Kemp, Senator David Perdue, Attorney General Chris Carr, Congressman Doug Collins, and Georgia...
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Girlfriend Getaways: Hotels Connect With Travelers at the Source of Their Inspiration

Friends are taking more trips together—a 2018 survey by Booking.com found that a quarter of travelers planned to vacation with friends in 2018, up...

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This Week’s Comings and Goings

Radisson Hotel Group announced the appointment of Rebecca Lieberman as chief human resources officer. Lieberman previously served as vice president, human resources, for the...
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IHG’s Second Annual Giving for Good Month Sets New Record

For each IHG colleague that took part of the Annual Giving for Good Month, IHG contributed funds totaling $400,000 to charitable organizations supporting four...
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Are Full-Service Hotels a Thing of the Past?

Full-service hotels have long been a model of high performance, outperforming the rest of the U.S. hotel industry in nearly every conceivable benchmark for...

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