Friday, April 20, 2018

Tag Archives: hotel management

Everything you need to know about bundling for management rights

Bundling is the term used when property managers roll all of their management services into a single, ‘overall’ commission fee, rather than charging owners a separate amount or commission rate for each sub-service. For example, as a property manager, you would traditionally charge your owners for the below services, as dictated by your body corporate agreement: Management fee: 12 percent …

Read More »

Parents leaving kids alone in hotel rooms…

According to a survey from HotelsCombined, allowing minors to travel or be left alone in accommodation is on the rise. Accomnews dove into the newly released statistics to find out exactly what this means for accommodation providers.

Read More »

What you need to know about crime in your accom property

Whether it’s committing credit card fraud, causing damage, or operating clandestine drug labs, crime continues to be a major concern for hotel managers around the country. Accomnews spoke exclusively with Sergeant Yvette Tarrier from the Sunshine Coast District Crime Prevention Unit who outlined how managers can prepare for and overcome crime in Australian hotels.

Read More »