Current Issue
  You are viewing
October 2008
  October 2008
  Openings, Sales & Renos
  Financial News
  How's Business
  Coming Events
  Previous Issues
  2012 CLN Buyers Directory
  Media Kit
  About Us
  Contact Us
  Site Map

You are here: Home  October 2008  Features

Hotels sign on for high school head-start program

BRACEBRIDGE, ON - Deerhurst Resort, Red Leaves Resort and Kelseys have all signed on as corporate partners in a foodservice-specific training program now being offered at high schools across Ontario. The program gives students a head start in the hospitality sector.


Pulling out the bedding stops

From ultra-luxe beds that retail up to $50,000 to hyper environmental corporate awareness programs to beds for guests with disabilities, certain hoteliers are pulling out the bedding stops to entice and retain a loyal customer in what is becoming a tougher market with a demanding guest.


In-room amenities

Labour savings, energy savings and environmentally conscious customers are driving innovation when it comes to guest amenities both in the bathroom and the bedroom. How about a mini-bar that automatically takes inventory and charges customers accordingly? Or treeless paper products made from sugar cane?  Or an iPod clock radio? Here's what's making news in the world of in-room amenities.


Voluntourism catches on at many Fairmont Hotels

TORONTO, ON - Fairmont Hotels  & Resorts have a long history of engagement with local organizations. Understanding that many guests share the company's commitment to community and planet, Fairmont offers hands-on experiences and opportunities to make an impact while on vacation.


The Winner's Circle October 2008

OAKVILLE, ON - Knights Inn Canada recognized their top performers of 2007 on Sept. 19, presenting awards to six of their 14 properties.

Want to know when a
new issue is out?
Insert your e-mail below:

Terms, Conditions and Privacy Policy