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Your Hotel FF&E Reserve Budget Should Address These 3 Worries

In an almost post-COVID world, budgets are being stretched as much as they were at the height of the pandemic. 


7 Boutique Hotel Design Trends Dominating the Industry

In 2018, there was conversation surrounding how boutique hotels -- and the hotel industry in general -- would fare with the new wave of alternative guest options, such as Airbnb. 

But, as a recent article from Hotel Online details, hotels not only stood their ground in the minds of consumers, the industry grew and flourished. This was true not only for major hotel chains, but for boutique hotels and hotel soft brands as well. One can attribute this growth to hotel brands closely monitoring hotel guests' preferred design trends, and renovating as needed.


Hotel Development 101: How to Increase Your Hotel’s Resale Value

You’re in hotel development to make money. From Step 1 when you build or purchase your hotel to the Final Step when it comes time to cash in your chips, there are critical steps you must take to maximize your ROI and your hotel’s resale value.


How Will Steel & Aluminum Tariffs Affect the Hospitality Industry?

The short- and long-term impacts of the Trump administration’s recently enacted steel and aluminum tariffs remain to be seen. To the hospitality industry, tariffs could either actually level the playing field between domestic companies and foreign competitors (as Trump intends) or create a greater overall struggle to build and produce (as tariff opponents fear).


11 Ways to Increase Hotel Bookings with Great Photos

A picture is worth a thousand words. Online photos of your hotel can make or break your booking stream - and we couldn’t be more serious about that.


Crafting a Hotel Marketing Plan That’s Worth its Weight in Gold

You may have a beautiful hotel in an even more desirable location. You may have also crafted the perfect contemporary design with stylish, comfortable furniture to make guests feel at home.

But do travelers know about it? What’s enticing them toward your hospitality?


6 Things the Hospitality Industry Learned in 2017

It was the first full year a hotelier sat in the Oval Office. The three-headed battle grew more intense between mainstream hotels, home-sharing companies, and online travel agencies. Hotel mergers, acquisitions, and soft brand openings dominated the market. Technology expanded further to improve the guest experience.


4 Hospitality Design/Management Failures to Avoid in 2018

You’ve likely experienced failure before. Very few professionals in any industry reach the pinnacle of success without falling flat along the journey, despite their best efforts.

Hospitality design requires thinking beyond the design. Before you achieve that hotel project with the dream revenue stream, you must first master a detailed administrative agenda.