Tag: Hospitality Facilities
Knowing how to spot bed bugs will help ensure the safety of your employees and customers, and ultimately protect your bottom line.
Like the spooky stuff? Consider a stay in one of Historic Hotels of America's newly announced 2023 Top 25 Most Haunted Hotels.
From manufacturing to hospitality, these construction and renovation projects showcase how facility executives in various industries are improving their buildings.
If you're craving a bit of holiday cheer, feast your eyes on the Historic Hotels of America's 2022 Top 25 Most Magnificent Gingerbread Displays.
New sustainability survey reveals that 65 percent of European and North American business travel leaders prefer green hotels.
Travelers seeking a ghoulish getaway might consider a stay in one of this year's Top 25 Most Haunted Hotels. (Facility managers, you'll relate to Bob at The Wort Hotel.)
To stand out from the competition, hospitality managers need to go the extra mile to make sure guests feel valued.
The FreshAir Smoking Detection System monitors, immediately detects, and proves tobacco and marijuana smoking in hotel guest rooms.
Hotels are particularly impacted by slips and falls, which are the leading cause of guest injuries, according to the National Floor Safety Institute.
Assessing how the business operates is key to creating a space that serves its employees as well as its guests.
For the second year in a row, Chicago has landed in the top spot in Orkin’s Top 50 Bed Bug Cities List.
Would you enjoy 24 hours of nonstop holiday music in a decked-out hotel suite? If you're an extreme holiday music fan, Hotels.com has a challenge for you!
The 2021 Cintas S.H.I.N.E. Award recognizes housekeepers who are key to guest satisfaction and safety.
The August 2021 issue looks at health, safety and security. Plus, mobile technology, energy, and getting your facility ready for winter.
The Resort at Pelican Hill is the first hotel in the world to earn the UL Verified Healthy Buildings Mark for Indoor Air and Hygiene.
Honeywell used computer modeling to simulate air flow and movement of particulates in hotel common areas, results show filtration can potentially improve air quality and guests' confidence in hotel stays.
Aspirating smoke detection technology enhances safety, eases inspection and maintenance of high ceiling applications common in the hospitality industry.
The owners of West Lane Inn in Connecticut utilized C-PACE financing to complete this energy improvement at their 1840s inn.
The top 10 pest prevention tips regarding bedbugs, roaches, ants, rodents and Integrated Pest Management (IPM) programs in buildings and facilities.
Returning joy to the hotel guest experience can be achieved with a variety of design elements.
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