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hotelier

an owner or manager of one or more hotels
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a Gorman said hoteliers need to put serious thought into with whom they partner and how it fits in with what theyare trying to do on property.
Hotelier catches up with them to find out why they are so excited to be a part of the celebrations this year.
GuestView360 allows hoteliers to maximize the effectiveness of their marketing campaigns and drive more repeat business by providing easily accessible insights into their guests' stay patterns, revenue and market segment.
Hoteliers have complained that prices in hotels that are considered to be among the best in Europe have fallen to as low as TL 170 per night, rates that would be out of the question at three-star hotels in many parts of Europe, according to the report.
This solution meets a critical need for hoteliers with limited time and resources to spend on a completely custom website and booking platform, said Alt.
Success is evident in the occupancies and rates achieved, which also saw an increase in midweek occupancies, which is one of the key focus areas for hoteliers within the Liverpool marketplace.
Almost a third (32 %) of hoteliers have already started to offer Russian TV channels while more than a fifth (23 %) have hired Russian speaking staff, with a further 12 % planning to do so.
The RITM examines how hoteliers are reacting to this rapid growth, which last year saw Russians spend $43 billion on travel abroad, making Russia the fifth biggest outbound travel market globally.
Hoteliers in Ukraine are doing only what hoteliers in any country in the world would do.
A group of hoteliers met the estates department to discuss the issue.
If the "worrying messages" she received were correct and hoteliers were indeed using trainees, this was to keep their businesses afloat.
To combat the global recession and attract customers from regional, national and international markets, the NEHA believe hoteliers across the North East must speak with a single voice if they are to thrive.