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Hotels face their own crippling shortage of workers

About 91% of the properties in the U.S. said they couldn't fill vacant jobs last month, according to the AH&LA. A typical hotel was short more than 10 people.

Food

5 food and drink trends taking up permanent residence in hotels

As hotel restaurants and bars bounce back from the pandemic, F&B teams are changing the guest experience in step with changing expectations.

Occupancy rates are nearly back to 2019 levels, according to the report, but job and hiring levels still have room to go.

Restaurant Rewind: McDonald's get-tough policy on veteran franchisees has an historical precedent. And it didn't yield a kumbaya outcome.

He'll take over responsibility for the Pennsylvania Restaurant & Lodging Association on July 25 to succeed John Longstreet, who retires at the end of the month.

The full-service brand is touting the ability of a lodging property to add pizza delivery.

As room service deliverers, the droids have proven a draw for nearby residents, according to owner Seaview Investments.

Hotel revenues from corporate customers are projected to fall $20 billion below the 2019 level.

Hospitality employees quit in greater numbers last month than they did in January, according to federal statistics.

Two separate studies show tourists and business travelers are getting back on the road at nearly pre-pandemic levels.

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