SASKATOON — Lawyer and corporate director Patricia McLeod gave Saskatchewan hoteliers a toolbox to help them navigate the world of compliance with Privacy Legislation and gave tips on preventing cyber security breaches.
A nightmare for guests and hotel managers alike, bed bugs are biting into business – in more ways than one. A bed bug sighting is the number one reason a guest would switch hotels immediately.
LAS VEGAS — Earvin “Magic” Johnson shared lessons from his basketball career with more than 6,000 delegates to the Choice Hotels International Conference in Las Vegas this month.
Instead of ordering from overseas manufacturers or distributors, a growing number of hospitality buyers are cutting out the middle man by purchasing direct from a quality domestic resource online.
VANCOUVER — Silver Chef, a leading dedicated hospitality funding partner, recently announced $500 million for Canadian hospitality businesses, to help them purchase the equipment they need to achieve their potential…
Inspired by Fairmont's reputation for luxury and service, and themes of European chic and alpine glamour, DesignAgency upgraded the hotel's public space with exciting hospitality environments.
BETHESDA, Md. — Veteran hotelier Frank Vismeg provides a first-hand look and some photos from Marriott International's three-day Executive Orientation program, held at the company's headquarters in Bethesda, Md.
Delta Hotels by Marriott Dartmouth received the HVS Most Impressive Hotel Repositioning Award from the Hotel Association of Canada, going from an outdated mid-range property into a 174-room contemporary corporate-class…
TORONTO — Both Green Key and the HAC have a new corporate look, Nik Nanos has reformatted the Canadian Travel Intentions Survey and David Allison tossed the idea of generational marketing out the window, advocating…
Marriott's Convention & Resort Network has a number of historic hotels that offer meeting planners exceptional meeting and group facilities — with a past that will pique the interest of guests.