Regarding that Sad Little Hotel Business Centre

The idea of clumsy features being phased out altogether is something we’ve gotten used to with technology — Apple is a great example. The company is constantly doing away with ports, drives and other features in order to create a more slim line product that redefines what’s useful and necessary.

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For Hoteliers, Attracting Talented Workers Requires Clarity

With all of the change in the hospitality industry in the last two decades, it’s nice to know that certain things remain the same. Fluffy towels are still desirable, for example. Ample, clean washroom facilities remain important to guests. Most of the traditional tenants of good hospitality ring true, even if processes like booking and promotions are virtually unrecognizable to what they were in the 1990s and before.

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Poshtels: A New Combination of Values

The race for new concepts in hospitality is nowhere near the finish. It’s a constant interplay between professional and accessible, private and social, comfort and economy. It’s not all about the mattress anymore. It’s about delivering the right experience to the people who want it.

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