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Hospitality Trend ALERT: and the hotel models that stand out

“IFYKYK” is the unspoken acronym for quiet luxury. It has sprawled beyond HBO’s ‘Succession’ fashion and is now very much the center of travel. Where can one go to stay and experience the ultimate hospitality and great R&R without being looked up and down by others prying to see if their Louis Vuitton is this season?

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Hospitality Industry Outlook 2024

Travel demand is likely to stabilize in 2024 benchmarking record occupancy and rate. Current trends indicate that the industry is reporting a decline in many markets for leisure travel (Thursday – Saturday as many consumers are getting out priced in the market), while group travel remains strong as Milwaukee will experience in 2024; with a slight increase in corporate bookings (Monday – Wednesday travel). The Industry will see 65+ percent occupancy overall and even higher ADR in 2024.

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Global News

Garner hotels redefines affordable comfort in hospitality

IHG Hotels & Resorts (IHG), welcomes guests to experience a relaxed and purposefully different stay – where quality meets affordability. Garner hotels – a new midscale brand made with character – reaches exciting growth milestones with two new U.S. openings in Macon, Ga., and Oklahoma City, Okla., as well as plans for global expansion now underway.

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Suppliers

Navigating today’s persistent labor shortages in hospitality

In the dynamic hospitality industry, where guest satisfaction reigns supreme, the persistent challenge of staffing shortages has reached a critical juncture. According to a recent survey by the American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA), a staggering 67% of hotels are grappling with staffing shortages. This scarcity of personnel is not merely an inconvenience; it is a significant impediment to the industry’s seamless operation.

Travel Outlook
Suppliers

Bartenders and Hospitality: Serving More Than Just Drinks

That is a fine sentiment, and in a US bar and nightclub industry projected to gross $36 billion in 2023, this still holds true. Versatile, well-trained, and engaged bartenders are still hugely important to a successful hospitality venue even in the age of digital inventory control, wireless pour counters, AI-generated craft cocktail recipes, and confusing wine lists too large to print. In his infinite wisdom, Mr. Tomlinson understands that skilled bartenders often have the hardest job in the house and should be valued, trained, and rewarded.

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