Tuesday May 4, 2021


Best Practices in Hotel Management & Operations

Tara Dodson

Eco-Friendly Hotel Practices: Things You Can Do Right Now

Guests want to see that your property is celebrating and offering low-carbon, solar-powered, reusable items and community-friendly accommodations in a luxurious and natural setting. Properties should seize the opportunity to rewrite the rules, give genuine attention to incorporating sustainability, and watch as guests enjoy their stay. Tara Dodson from Eco Collections Marketplace provides a list of things that your hotel can do right now.
Eco-Friendly Hotel Practices: Things You Can Do Right Now


Eco-Friendly Practices: Now More Than Ever

Eco-Friendly Hotels: Creating Sustainable Human Locations

Eco-Friendly Hotels: Creating Sustainable Human Locations

The discussion of sustainability, green and or eco-friendly has been happening for years but many of these initiatives did not get integrated into the planning and thought processes of a lot of hotel management teams. The practice of eco-friendly hotels is sometimes aligned with an organization's mission and ethics. The discussion in this article offers steps to identify resources and plan for operating an eco-friendly hotel.


Daily Industry News Updates

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DAILY HEADLINES - Tuesday May 4, 2021
Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City Announces $20 Million Capital Investment Commitment
Red Roof Opens Two Hotels in Texas
Outrigger Reef Waikiki Beach Resort Re-Opens
IHG Opens avid hotel Milwaukee West-Waukesha
Host Hotels & Resorts Acquires Hyatt Regency Austin for $161 Million
Red Roof Opens the Red Roof Inn, Cullman, Alabama
Jason Guyot Named President and Chief Executive Officer of Foxwoods Resort Casino


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Taryn Holowka

Green Hotels Offer Surprising Benefits for Employees

With the practice of green building having been around for several decades, the business and environmental benefits that green hotels can offer are becoming more widely understood within the hospitality industry. A lesser known advantage of green hotels is the host of benefits for employees and the people within the hotels. In fact, "people" are one of the three pillars in the triple bottom line of green building: people, planet and profit. Known as one of the most resource-intensive building types and conventionally believed to be one of the more reluctant to join the green movement, the hospitality industry is making strides in the green building world.
Probal Lala

Guest Experience Consumer Trends and Emerging Technologies

Keeping pace with trends and innovations in technology is imperative for most businesses today. This is especially critical for hotels in their quest to personalize and elevate guest experience, increase operational efficiency and reduce costs. Hotels are turning to evolving technologies like voice assistants to make it easy for guests to do everything from adjusting lighting to ordering room service, and equipping rooms with mobile app digital key access technology to deliver faster, more convenient guest access. On the operations side, robotic technology can handle repetitive tasks, improve guest interaction and provide predictive maintenance technology to ensure guest room systems and devices are optimally maintained.

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