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2012 Hospitality Outlook (Part 1) – Meeting the Needs of the Always-Connected Traveler

Submitted by Kathie Gonzalez on Jan 23, 2012 - 4:13pm
Posted in Conventions

Hoteliers from around the globe met earlier this week in Los Angeles for the first big event of the year – the Americas Lodging Investment Summit (ALIS) – and if the attendance and energy levels were any indication, folks are cautiously optimistic that 2012 will be a good and perhaps a great year for the hotel industry.

SHERATON DENVER DOWNTOWN HOTEL APPOINTS HOTEL MANAGER AND DIRECTOR OF ENGINEERING

Submitted by Kathie Gonzalez on Jan 18, 2012 - 4:12pm
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The Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel, the largest hotel in Colorado, today announced the recent appointments of industry veteran Chuck Schuringa as Hotel Manager and Adam Roberts as Director of Engineering. Mr. Schuringa is the first addition to the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel’s executive committee since the property was acquired, rebranded and renamed in Feb. 2008.           

A Recipe for Success: Kashering the Kitchen to Serve More than 4,000 Guests at the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel

Submitted by Kathie Gonzalez on Jan 10, 2012 - 4:11pm
Posted in Dining

Meetings and conferences often present big challenges for those on a restricted diet, with limited menu options such as the default vegetarian dish – pasta with cheese in cream sauce. But when thousands of convention attendees require kosher meals – and a non-Jewish chef runs the hotel’s non-dedicated kosher kitchen – the challenges shift from those who need to be mindful of what they eat to those who need to be mindful of what they prepare and serve.