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Ever Hopeful - The Life of a Hotel Doctor

Years ago, I shared a Four Seasons elevator with Robert Duvall. He was reading a script, and I pretended not to notice. I've received several dozen calls to see Four Seasons guests from travel insurance

Nobody Asked Me, But… No. 233: Hotel History: The Adolphus Hotel
By Stanley Turkel - CMHS, Hotel consultant

Hotel History: The Adolphus Hotel (407 rooms) The Adolphus Hotel was built by and named for Adolphus Busch, the founder of the Anheuser-Busch Brewing Company. Legend has it that Adolphus Busch donated

Radio Guest List - New York - July 4, 2020

This week’s broadcast of Eye on Travel celebrates Independence Day and the brave new world of travel. Peter starts with the real story behind the Statue of Liberty — and how it actually ended up in New

The Importance of Sporting Events for the Las Vegas Market
By Shannon S. Okada - MAI, Managing Director of Gaming with HVS

By the time Nevada's Governor Sisolak ordered the closure of Nevada's non-essential businesses and urged residents to implement social-distancing measures to reduce the spreading of COVID-19 on March 17

Eye on Travel - The Whitley Hotel in Atlanta - Pre-Covid-19

This week, Eye on Travel comes from the Whitley Hotel in Atlanta, Georgia. Dr. Meredith Evans, Director of the Carter Presidential Library and Museum, speaks about the celebration of presidencies and learning

Another Summer - The Life of a Hotel Doctor

A wave of heat poured out of the guest's room as he opened the door. "Another summer has arrived," I reminded myself. It was 90 degrees outside but certainly more in the room. I remembered with regret

Major Las Vegas Development Projects Status Update
By Shannon S. Okada - MAI, Managing Director of Gaming with HVS

As of the end of January 2020, prior to the closures of businesses determined to be non-essential and the announcement of stay-at-home recommendations due to COVID-19, the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors

June 20, 2020

This week’s broadcast of Eye on Travel updates on the world of travel slowly coming back, from countries slowly opening to the real back story of airline frequent flyer programs and what you really need

How Rooms-Only Business Impacts a U.S. Break-Even Analysis
By David Eisen - Director of Hotel Intelligence and Customer Solutions for HotStats

When a golfer hits a wayward drive, it triggers what's referred to as a provisional ball. A provisional is a second golf ball played by a golfer who believes his or her first ball (the stroke just played