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Garden Court Hotel Offering Startups a Hand

Garden Court Hotel Offering Startups a Hand

With its central location in Silicon Valley and its close proximity to Stanford University, the Garden Court Hotel knows that the business community surrounding the property is full of tech startups that are developing ideas and applications for the future. ...

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Smart Hotel Renovation Strategies

Smart Hotel Renovation Strategies

From the days of the Gold Rush to the turn of the 20th century, Chinese and Italian immigrants caught fish and Dungeness crabs at Meiggs’ Wharf in San Francisco to eke out a living. The Best Western Plus Tuscan Inn ...

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Outsourcing Restaurant Operations in Hotels

Outsourcing Restaurant Operations in Hotels

Many hoteliers are reluctant restaurateurs, and for a good reason: Restaurants are even more labor intensive than hotels. A standalone restaurant is doing extremely well if it achieves a net operating income (NOI) of more than 20 percent, since the ...

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Preventing the Flu

Preventing the Flu

January and February mark peak flu season, and public health concerns are top-of-mind for hotel managers, guests, and staff. To ensure your facility is properly equipped to handle a potential outbreak, facility managers need to develop and initiate a comprehensive ...

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Take a Break

Take a Break

The recession brought with it a slump in meeting business that hotels are only now seeing improve. Now the race is on to drive in more business. To attract corporate and group accounts and keep up with current travel trends, ...

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