Home / Featured (page 19)

Category Archives: Featured

Feed Subscription

Hyper-Vigilance Helps to Keep Guests Safe

Hyper-Vigilance Helps to Keep Guests Safe

The autopsy photos still haunt Norm Bates, Esq. “She was stabbed 96 times,” says Bates, president of Liability Consultants Inc., in Bolton, Mass. “I’ve done hundreds of murder cases, but this was the worst one I’ve ever seen.” Roughly a ...

Read More »

IHG’s Kirk Kinsell On Even Hotels, Airbnb, and More

IHG’s Kirk Kinsell On Even Hotels, Airbnb, and More

Hours before being honored by the UJA-Federation of New York’s Hospitality Division at a cocktail reception, Kirk Kinsell sat down with Lodging magazine at the InterContinental New York Times Square. Just slightly away from the buzz of the NYU International ...

Read More »

What Direction Is the Boutique Hotel World Headed?

What Direction Is the Boutique Hotel World Headed?

A lot of factors go into developing a successful boutique hotel, from location and feasibility to design and operations. At the Boutique Hotel 2014 Investment Conference presented by the Boutique & Lifestyle Lodging Association, a panel of experts discussed the ...

Read More »

Here’s the Scoop on The Press Hotel in Portland

Here’s the Scoop on The Press Hotel in Portland

Michael Suomi, principal at Stonehill & Taylor, begins every interior design project with a fact-finding mission. Like a reporter trying to iron out the right angle for a story, he looks for a unique concept around which he can build ...

Read More »

Hotel Industry Continues to Ride Economy’s Tailwinds

Hotel Industry Continues to Ride Economy’s Tailwinds

The U.S. hotel industry continues to ride the tailwind of the economic recovery, buoyed by positive room demand, occupancy increases, and steady average daily rate growth. According to industry executives who spoke at the 36th annual New York University International ...

Read More »
Scroll To Top