Creative Ways Hotels Are Adapting to COVID-19

hotels are adapting to covid 19

Similar to the restaurant industry, COVID-19 hit the hotel industry hard, and recovery will not be quick nor easy. In an effort to keep their business afloat, several hotel chains and boutique locations have devised creative plans to continue welcoming guests. Here are a few ways that hotels are adapting to COVID-19.

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Hotels Are a Target for Cyberattacks


The last thing your hotel guests want to discover is that your computer system suffered a cyber breach and all their personal information was leaked. The hospitality industry continues to be a target for cyberattacks due to the wealth of e-info it amasses—credit cards, names, addresses, just to name a few. When a cyberattack hits,…

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Tips for Service Animals and Restaurants and Hotels

service animals

Welcoming a hotel guest with a service animal may be as simple and check-in and check-out. Instituting a refresher on the legal do’s and don’ts of service animals can help hospitality sectors manage these helpful companions with ease. Below, we cover some of the basics of service animal protocol.

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Women’s March on Washington – Hotels are Booked

Women's March

This Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017 the Women’s March on Washington is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. Area hotels have been booked since Election Day, but last-minute accommodations may be found at luxury hotels, low-budget hotels, and vacation rentals. Hotel providers may want to have travel tips and restaurant recommendations on hand.

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Ice Hotels, the Coolest Winter Accommodations

Ice Hotels

Ice hotels are one of the hottest, excuse me, coolest things going this winter. Pair them with ice castles, ice-themed festivals, and maybe even a drink sipped out of an ice goblet, and travelers are in for a weekend of chilled-fun offerings. Ice hotels are popping up all over the globe and offer guests an…

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