Thursday September 22, 2022


SEPTEMBER FOCUS: Hotel Group Meetings

Jon Chase

Optimizing Outdoor Spaces for Maximum Usability, Enjoyment and Safety

Following years of being fundamentally confined to our homes, people are eager to gather with friends, family and colleagues. However, social distancing remains a consideration, making outdoor areas critical for hospitality venues. Solutions such as glass windscreens, platform pool covers, and modular staging are playing an increasingly important role in helping facilities optimize their outdoor spaces for safety and enjoyment.
Optimizing Outdoor Spaces for Maximum Usability, Enjoyment and Safety


Daily Industry News Updates

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DAILY HEADLINES - Thursday Sep 22, 2022
AC Hotels by Marriott Debuts First Hotel in Monterrey, Nuevo León
Highway West Vacations Expands Footprint in Santa Barbara County Wine Country With Opening of Hotel Hygge in Buellton
Rosewood Hotel Group Appoints Andrew Girona as Director of Global Sales


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Diane Centeno

For Innovators in Hospitality, the Best Never Rest

Now in its 28th year as a resort destination, Turning Stone Resort Casino in upstate New York has used the turbulent year of the COVID-19 pandemic to plan and launch its "Best Never Rest" campaign – an ambitious, multi-faceted transformation project unveiling all-new offerings for guests returning to the resort. In this article, Turning Stone shares details of the campaign and the new additions it has made specifically to enhance group meetings.
Robert  Hood

Hotel F&B Operations: Standardized Unstandardization

How did you hospitality environment fair during COVID and more importantly coming out the other side, many were battered, bruised and none were left unscathed. As many did we tried to look toward a similar situation from the past in desperate ability to assimilate with some event which could have come close to the COVID era, but there was none. For the foodservice industry it was all new territory where participants were to adapt and move on or be left behind, this is how our organization adapted.

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