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Why your hotel needs a sleep program

It’s likely part of every hotel organization’s reason of being to provide guests a welcome place while traveling where they can get a good night’s sleep to feel refreshed for the road ahead…
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The forest and the trees

Hotels are busy; ask anyone. Demand is almost back to 2019 levels. However, for most hotels, staffing remains an issue. This means, most hotels are operating with an all-hands-on-deck mentality…
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TripBam sees global hotel rates level off

Global hotel rates have declined since early June as slower demand from leisure travellers helped bring down corporate prices, particularly in “primary markets that entertain a strong mix of business and leisure travel," according to a new report…
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BIGGER IS ONLY BETTER WITH TRAINING WHEELS ON

In a perfect world, increasing size and scale should lead to operating efficiencies, improved profit margins, a strong growth trajectory (both per unit and in the number of units), career opportunities for employees, and competitive prices and…
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Luxury Travelers: A Profile

Every quarter as part of our ongoing The State of the American Traveler study, we take a deeper dive into topics and trends of critical importance to the travel, tourism and hospitality industry, in collaboration with our friends at Miles…
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