It’s not nice to think about the safety issues that could affect your team or the guests that call your hotel home, but preparing for the worst is necessary.
Adding panic buttons does more than check off a requirement on the property to-do list; it has a positive impact on job retention and cultivates staff loyalty.
Hotel management and staff must prioritize ensuring guest safety. It doesn’t have to be complicated to be effective – protect your guests and they will keep coming back.
Long after the pandemic has run its course, however, many of these Covid-specific safety protocols may switch from having a positive emotional effect – that is, relief, peace of mind and trust in the hotel – to a more negative sense because such measures serve as a stark reminder of all the hardships people have endured during this crazy period.
Here are 11 considerations interior decorators, hotel developers, architects and hotel management can address to help control the spread of Coronavirus by introducing sophisticated interiors and reinventing hotels.
Here are some of the shifting travel trends to expect in the near future and, importantly, how hotels can be prepared for them.
The landscape continues to change rapidly and while no one can say with any degree of certainty where everything will land, we are starting to see the shape of things to come. Here are changes that the new normal is likely to bring forward in the hotel industry for owners and operators.