hotel retail operations
Jim Butler | February 13, 2019
By Jim Butler and the Global Hospitality Group® Hotel Lawyers | Authors of www.HotelLawBlog.com 13 February 2019 - Recently, my partner, Guy Maisnik, and I spoke about hotel retail mixed-use development with Kelsi Maree Borland of GlobeSt.com. Her article, Why Retail Owners Are Partnering With Hotels ran with the subtitle, With retail evolving to be more experience-driven, retail owners are finding the benefits of adding boutique hotels to shopping centers. Retailers adding hotels to the mix is nothing new – but they may be more motivated than ever. The Hotel Law Blog has been covering hotel mixed-use projects — where th...
the Authors | March 25, 2014
By Robert Mandelbaum and Gary McDade Hotels provide retail operations primarily for guest convenience and satisfaction, and are, in general, only a small part of total hotel revenue. Of the properties in the Trends® in the Hotel Industry database of PKF Hospitality Research, LLC (PKF-HR) that reported retail sales and expenses, retail sales made up just 0.9 percent of total hotel revenue in 2012. Retail operations vary greatly depending on the type of hotel. The retail department at large full-service, resort and convention hotels often includes clothing stores, gift shops and newsstands. Limited-service, select-service, and extended-s...
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