Posts Tagged:Hospitality Industry

As we continue to be innovative in the way we operate our hotels, we want to ensure we are providing you with the most relevant and up-to-date information. This month our own Bob Rauch provides you insight on the hotel industry from a management company’s perspective. Management Company Perspective What key components have contributed to

A “business success plan” for the hospitality industry requires a new set of disciplines. Today, knowledge acquisition of the changing technologies alone represents a challenge. Coupled with strong service leadership skills, the transfer of the success plan to each unit manager is made much easier. Perhaps the most critical items for a business success plan

  Millennials have become the fastest growing customer segment within the hospitality industry. Exploration, interaction and experience are the major focus of Millennials who are willing to pay more for a greater experience. Many of them are looking for an overall gourmet experience for a reasonable price and this has produced all new lobby designs

Each new year brings a number of changes to the hospitality industry. If you read my Hospitality Industry Trends in 2014 piece, you know that millennials are one group that will drastically affect the way business is done in the upcoming year. In a recent webinar for the California Hotel and Lodging Association

The venerable institution of hospitality has been turning around over the past two decades. The combined impact of shifting demographics and new technologies are the primary catalysts for this metamorphosis. The Internet provides consumers an opportunity to think of the hospitality industry components as commodities. Hotels, restaurants, spas and alike have been lowering prices to

The landscape is evolving quickly as content marketing replaces advertising campaigns, mobile merges even more with social networks and travelers are open to spending more on getaways that are worth it…more interested in finance? We just refinanced a hotel at under four percent interest. 2013 is projected to be a better and brighter one for