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How to Avoid Cross Contaminating Clean Linens

How to Avoid Cross Contaminating Clean Linens

There are several ways that freshly laundered linens can be cross contaminated and rendered unsanitary. Here are a few points to focus on to prevent possible cross contamination: Avoid cross contact. Common sense dictates that once any linen has been ...

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Bouncing Back After Bed Bugs

Bouncing Back After Bed Bugs

The only thing that scares hotel operators more than bed bugs is an empty hotel room, yet the two often go hand in hand. Rooms can be out of service as long as two weeks, and treatment costs range from ...

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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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Don’t Disrupt Staff Communications

You may have heard the term “narrowbanding” over the past twenty years and thought it only applies to public safety organizations, manufacturing environments or maybe transportation and logistics companies. In fact, the hospitality industry is directly affected by a narrowbanding ...

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