Larry Mogelonsky | October 30, 2019
By Larry Mogelonsky, MBA, P. Eng. (www.hotelmogel.com) Call me old-fashioned. To me, a hotel’s guest list is completely confidential, released only on a need-to-know basis. This protects not only the guest’s privacy but also the hotel from the likes of paparazzi, over-zealous bill collectors and jealous spouses. And as it concerns high status guests, privacy is tantamount to loyalty. In all of the hotels that I’ve worked with, mentioning anyone on the guest list in a public space where other non-staffers were in earshot was strictly verboten. To do so was grounds for dismissal. There were absolutely no exceptions. Sure, after the ...
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