Second Seating

Top hotels open secondary concepts, boasting bold new looks and casual elegance Over the course of the past two years, we’ve heard that the hotel restaurant is...

The Danger Zone

Now, more than ever, hotels need a crisis-management plan It was an otherwise uneventful Wednesday when the heavens filled with ash and all the activity that hummed...

Learning To Share

Timeshares and fractional ownership beats the street in a challenging economy When the recession pummelled most of the world’s economies, the hospitality industry became a bruised casualty....

Keys To The VIP

Can your system handle high-profile guests? Good news! U.S. President Barack Obama is coming to stay at your hotel, and much of the world will take note...

Hotelier: Colin McBeath

Sawridge Hotel, Edmonton By the time he was 17, Colin McBeath knew he wanted to work in the hotel industry. “Expo 86 was breaking ground in Vancouver,...

Building the Buzz

The road to recovery is paved with varied challenges and a host of important questions. Economic indicators continue to improve in Canada, and hoteliers are eager see...

Crowning Glory

The debut of the Thompson Toronto brings new energy to the King St. W. neighbourhood Nine years ago, when Stephen Brandman joined forces with developers Michael, Larry...

Leading by Example

Kelowna-based hotelier blazes a green trail the hotel industry should aspire to Like so many hoteliers around the globe, Greg Salloum answers to a board of directors...

If You Show Them, They Will Come

How the CTC showed the world a new Canada For two weeks in February, the world’s attention was focused on Canada as athletes from across the globe...

Baiting The Traps

Are Canadian markets prepared for the 2010 tourism season? With tourist season getting underway at most Canadian destinations, there’s a palpable sense of anxiety in the air....