The Untapped Potential of Day Rates

If you read blogs written by and for hoteliers, I’m sure you’ve noticed that much of the conversation is centered on physical spaces — tearing down outdated concepts and building new ones that help hotels perform better with guests. Lobbies, common areas and guest rooms are constantly being reinvented to give people (particularly millennials) more of what they want.

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Are Hotels Taking Minimalism Too Far?

Back in 2010, a book called The 100 Thing Challenge began flying off the shelves. It’s a personal story about the power of de-cluttering, and a call to action for readers who feel weighed down by the accumulation of material possessions. Readers are challenged to ask themselves: Could I be happier with only 100 things?

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5 Hotel Design Problems and How to Solve Them

A hotel is a puzzle. When all the pieces come together, it works. Design, location, branding and management are all important pieces — and the picture is constantly changing. Many of the design concepts considered standard today were unheard of twenty years ago. So was the word “millennial.” We hoteliers truly face a landscape that is truly changing.

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