Westgate Resorts is halfway through a $14 million transformation of the former Wakulla Suites into the Westgate Cocoa Beach Resort in Cocoa Beach, Florida. In addition to updated guest rooms and high-end condominiums, the property is adding 3,500 square feet of flexible meeting and banquet space, as well as a tropical-themed water park. The project is expected to be completed this summer.
The Knickerbocker in Times Square--which we featured in our January/February 2016 issue, and also this how-to signature cocktail video--has transformed its St. Cloud Social's rooftop club room into an alpine ski lodge for the second year in a row, called Après at The Knick. Described by the hotel as a cozy respite from winter in New York City, Après at the Knick is modeled after an actual ski lodge, where weary skiers settle down after a day on the slopes at the foot of a mountain.
We’ve all heard breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and that’s especially true for hotels. It doesn’t matter if you’re in the upper-reaches of the luxury tier or occupying select-service territory, breakfast is reliably the highest capture rate for guests—usually 90% or more—among dayparts. It’s often the only time a hotel’s F&B program touches a customer during their stay. Sometimes, this can work against the property.
@andykhouri Dating is probably more dangerous for women (heterosexual dating, anyway) but it’s not really accurate to imply that all of life is. Men are much more likely to be victims of violence than women. Though the violence perpetrated by other men, of course, so the problem is still men
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