Tom Riccio | August 5, 2020
By Tom Riccio While America slowly but cautiously reopens amidst the pandemic, businesses – including hotels – can expect to see an increase in guest traffic. With this uptick, it is imperative for hotels to keep infectious disease control and prevention strategies in place. Establishments with a clear and effective COVID-19 prevention plan will be in a stronger position to differentiate their brands, rising to the top as industry leaders. Even as vaccines and more treatments become available, the hotel industry – and many other sectors – will need to maintain safety measures to meet customers’ expectations, cultivate ongoing tru...
Nancy Huang | April 22, 2020
By Nancy Huang Duty of Care, which for hotels is the legal obligation to ensure the safety or well-being of its guests, has always been an important aspect for hotel operations. Though many hotels are currently closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, many hoteliers are already concerned with how they will need to exercise Duty of Care once they reopen. Not only will government standards resulting from the pandemic dictate new requirements from businesses, but the public’s expectations for health and safety will also be markedly different than before. To ensure a smoother reopening for your hotel, we’ve compiled some of the most impo...
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