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Context matters: HSMAI members on signs of a downturn

Where the industry stands in terms of a downturn remains a question for many, and sales and marketing experts are no exception. During a recent think tank held in conjunction with the Hospitality Sales

Hotel marketers share success stories |

Challenges might abound in the world of hotel marketing, but so do success stories. For participants of Hotel News Now’s’s marketing virtual roundtable, successes came in a variety of forms and fashions.

Independent hotel special report | Unique segment, unique challenges |

Independent hotels are no longer the forgotten stepchild of the global hotel industry. The segment .

5 hotel things I’ve long wondered about

There are certain things that make us all wonder. We wonder why the heck something is done a certain way or why it is done at all.

Hotel customer satisfaction is a dickens

Halfway through 2010, the hotel industry has finally started to shows signs of recovery from the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression.

Data crunchers: Recovery chugs on

By all accounts during Tuesday’s ALIS Summer Update, things are looking up for the United States’ hotel industry.

Hotel execs share hard-learned lessons of 2009

The hard-learned lessons of 2009 have not escaped some of the top executives in the hotel industry. Just ask Steve Van, president and CEO of Prism Hotels & Resorts.

Economist: Worst is over, but still pain ahead

The festive nature of St. Patrick’s Day provided a perfect backdrop for economist Rajeev Dhawan on Wednesday during the opening session of the 22nd annual Hunter Hotel Investment Conference.

The ideal candidate: What employers look for

With fewer positions available to a growing pool of qualified college graduates, it’s become a buyer’s market out there, and hospitality employers have taken notice.

Hotel executives talk shop over dinner in Memphis |

Inside a private room at Paulette’s Restaurant, nearly 20 senior hotel industry officials dished on 11 February about the state of the industry over plates of rack of lamb, filet mignon, ginger-crusted salmon and chicken breast in a white wine cream sauce.