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Hoteliers tested by lack of visibility into demand
(Hotel New Now, 2020-10-01)
The visibility into the next few quarter have been increasingly difficult for hoteliers to gauge as COVID-19 continues to spread across the U.S. Although leisure travel picked up more over the summer months than expected, ...
Pandemic changing how brands work with owners in renos
This article gives an example of how the renovation is done between owners and brands during the pandemic. Brand executives spoke about how they worked with owners and investors to fulfill their expectations in an extremely ...
Hoteliers remain optomistic despite the pandemic fatigue
(Hotel News Now, 2020-10-06)
Hoteliers are optomistic regarding the possible positive impact that a COVID-19 vacine will mean for the Hotel Industry. Experts expect the Hotel Industry to "be back in business" by 2024.
Guests’ use of personal devices grows during pandemic
During the pandemic, hotel guests started to use their personal tech devices while they stay on the property. This makes hoteliers to challenge new situations as there are also opportunities for them, too. With their mobile ...
Harsh reality faces hotel companies in Q3
(Hotel News Now, 2020-10-20)
Earnings for hotels continue in a downward trend as Q3 comes to a close. Economy properties continue to weather the storm, while luxury properties face the brunt of the economic downturn.
How the Biden Administration could enforce labor laws
(Hotel News Now, 2020-12-15)
Although the future of American legislation is up to the Georgia Senate runoff race, a few hotel related policies will change based off of the Biden Administration's approach to joint employer status, worker protection, ...
Hoteliers welcome stimulus but worry it isn’t enough
(Hotel News Now, 2020-12-22)
After few months passed, finally bipartisan pass the bill of the second relief package against the pandemic which bring excitement to the hospitality industry. However, there is a long way to go according to hoteliers to ...
US Hoteliers Spent Nearly 75% Less on Improvements in 2020
(Hotel News Now, 2020-12-18)
Capital-expenditure spending decreased from $7.3 billion in 2019 to $2 billion in 2020. This amount of expenditure is the lowest since 2004 according to Tisch Center for Hospitality at New York University. An uptick in ...
McNeill Hotel Company refocuses on staff, sales efforts
(Hotel News Now, 2020-12-10)
The article reveals how Mcneill Hotel Company succeeded in growing its business during the pandemic. They focus on employee management by reorganization and its sales teams to hold existing demands and hidden groups.
Foreign labor visa process expected to ease in 2021
(Hotel News Now, 2020-12-13)
After the new administration's launch, hoteliers who had to make their labor plan this year due to the Trump administration's work visa suspension seems like no worries anymore. This will resolve some local hospitality ...