Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Tag Archives: hoteliers

How secure are the Gold Coast games?

ISIS is shifting its focus towards ‘soft’ targets involving high tourist areas in western countries, so we are seeing an increasing tempo of small bombings, crude vehicle crowd rammings and lethal personal attacks, often ‘inspired’ by rather than ‘orchestrated’ by IS.

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When guests complain, be all EARS!

After trudging back to the desk, waiting in line, and reporting my frustrating experience, what I most often hear the colleague say is "okay sir, here you go!" or even worse, "no problem, I'll get you a new one".

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Hotel pipeline for September 2017

The Asia Pacific region reported 288,850 rooms in 1,241 projects In Construction for the month. Based on number of rooms, that is a 20.9 percent increase in year-over-year comparisons.

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How to satiate a guest’s subconscious

Colour psychology dates back to the late 1800s, when Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung started to consider the impact that colour could have on one’s mood and recovery from stress. He’s famously quoted as saying: “Colours are the mother tongue of the subconscious”; a theory that several researchers and psychologists have expanded on throughout the past century.

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15 things a hotel’s website must have

You've got one face on the internet, and that's your website. If it doesn’t do a good enough job, it is more than likely that your prospects will choose your competition over you. Here are 15 easy to implement tips to keep in mind when designing your hotel’s website.

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