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Battling Bacteria

Legionnaires’ disease has hospitalized, and in some cases killed, nearly 100 travelers in the United States, Spain, and Canada already this year. The disease is a form of pneumonia that stems from legionella bacteria growth in commercial water systems, including ...

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Do the Math

With a tight economy and the market still in the recovery phase, hoteliers are seeking out ways to increase incremental revenue and impact the bottom line. Creating upgrades and offers for guests to take advantage of is a simple solution ...

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Air Apparent

Nestled in a box canyon of towering vermilion cliffs, Enchantment Resort in Sedona, Ariz., mesmerizes guests with its dramatic Southwest views. The resort completed a two-year, $25 million renovation in June that emphasized bringing the outdoors in and creating open-air ...

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Hotel Restaurant Longevity

To catch the pulse of major cities such as New York, you need only to observe what is happening with food and fashion. Chefs and restaurateurs race around in a half-crazed frenzy to pioneer the newest “it” movement. Although always ...

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Solving the Parking Problem

Hotel owners and managers often view parking as a necessary evil or a source of headaches. However, parking is an essential guest service that can play a significant role in assuring the profitability of a hotel. Parking is usually the ...

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