Monday, February 19, 2018

Guest Facilities

Accessible travel #tourism4all

As a tourism operator or destination marketing manager, it is hard to imagine what it would be like travelling with an impairment or disability. For example, medieval cobblestones at a castle ruin is a charm to many, but for a wheelchair user, Rick Steves in his John Sage accessible travel blog tells us, it can become nearly impossible to cross (and not …

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Keeping your pool and guests healthy

How well you maintain your pool and spa can make the difference between a healthy, refreshing dip for your guest and a bath in a microbial soup. If not properly maintained, the water in your complex’s swimming pool may harbour a range of microbes, including bacteria and algae, that can cause health problems such as ear, nose and throat infections. …

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Keeping Tabs on Your Facility’s Maintenance


With more and more accommodation providers choosing to add an exercise area to their facilities, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by the thought of which equipment pieces to choose, how they will fit space-wise in the area allocated and how they will complement the overall look and décor of the property.

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What’s your Pooltential?

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The first ‘official’ waterpark is thought to be Wet ‘N Wild in Orlando, Florida, developed in 1977 by George Millay the creator and founder of Sea World.

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