Hospitality comings and goings

On the Move: This Week’s Comings and Goings

McKibbon Hospitality has added two new members to the team at their under-construction dual-branded hotel in Charlotte, N.C. The company has hired Don Lockhart...
Hospitality comings and goings

On the Move: This Week’s Comings and Goings

The Hyatt Regency Hill Country Resort and Spa has announced John Hernstat and Joe Hindsley as director of sales and marketing and general manager...
on the move: comings and goings

The Latest Comings & Goings in Hospitality F&B

Opening in September 2017 in New York City, MADE hotel has appointed Greg Prochel as executive chef and Charles Seich as food and beverage...
on the move: comings and goings

On the Move: This Week’s Comings and Goings

Michael Metcalf has been promoted to chief operating officer of Crescent Hotels & Resorts, where he has worked for 10 years. Throughout his 25-year...
On the move: Comings & Goings

On the Move: This Week’s Comings and Goings

Dream Hotel Group has announced Randy Taormina as area managing director for New York City and Rohit Anand as vice president of brand activation...
Advertisement
A diverse team holds hands, representing diversity and workplace culture

14 Hotel Companies Among 2019 Best Employers for Diversity

Fourteen hotel companies are among this year's Best Employers for Diversity, according to Forbes magazine. The list, which recognizes organizations for their commitment to...
cockroach pests

How to Spot and Get Rid of Common Household Pests in Hotels

Running a business in the hospitality industry is a tough task, and when pests are added to the equation, it can get even more...
New York City

Five Markets With the Most Hotel Construction

Analysts at Lodging Econometrics recently reported the top five markets with the largest hotel construction pipelines for the third quarter of 2018. The number...
Women in LODGING 2018

15 Women Moving Up Hospitality’s Career Ladder

Over the past few years, more and more women seem to be climbing to the top ranks of the hotel industry. This isn’t a coincidence—woman...
CLOSE
CLOSE