How Innovative Hotels Serve Up Breakfast

Writer Robert A. Heinlein once famously wrote, “One should not attend even the end of the world without a good breakfast.” A hotel breakfast,especially one included with...

Hospitality Executives Dissect the Latest Tech Trends

The future of hotel technology is in your hands — or your pocket, judging by Hotelier magazine’s recent panel discussion, which invited hospitality executives to weigh in...

Independent Hotel Trends

Idyllic scenery, unique marketing tactics and surprising perks coupled with service excellence are just a few benefits that set independent hotels apart from the competition, but operating...

Is Your Revenue Management Department leading the Curve or Following it?

With so much change taking place in revenue-management (RM), it’s no wonder hoteliers are finding it challenging to keep pace. That said, revenue management has such an...

Breakfast Service, In-room Dining and Celebrity Chefs Are Shaping Hotel Foodservice

Ask any nutritionist about breakfast, and you’ll likely hear something along the lines of it being the most important meal of the day. Ask any hotelier about...

Hotel du Vieux-Quebec Proves Running An Eco-friendly Hotel Pays Off

Quebec City’s Hôtel du Vieux-Québec (HVQ) has undergone myriad changes in the years since the 18th-century structure was originally built — from housing Augustine nuns in the...

What’s the Outlook for Hotel Investments in Canada in 2013?

Many factors continue to align and support hotel investment activity in Canada. Sustainable operating performance, the low cost of capital, relatively steady markets and an abundance of...

A Look at Top Canadian Hotel Technology Trends

There's no escaping it. Technology continues to advance at an alarming rate. Several technological innovations we rely on today were once unfathomable. At first blush, Twitter sounded...

How New HVAC Technology Is Leading to Energy Savings in Canadian Hotels

Kristopher Wekarchuk may be a relative newcomer to the Hôtel M-Holiday Inn Express & Suites St.Hyacinthe in Quebec, but, as GM of the 94-room property, he’s quickly...

Should hotels adapt employee training and development policies to attract and retain younger employees?

How fun is your workplace?  Young people entering today’s hospitality industry expect to have fun at work. When they don’t, the brightest and best will leave; silently...