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Hope continues to dim for the hotel industry

Without a relief package, a majority of hotels will be forced to lay off more workers and close their doors.


Marriott International laying off 673 employees

The job losses are occurring at the hotel company’s corporate headquarters.

A new report from the American Hotel & Lodging Association paints a gloomy picture.

Work-from-home folks who want a change of scenery can snag special “work-from-hotel” deals.

Ambitious plans for Eldr+Rime in Wisconsin’s first Renaissance Hotel were in the works pre-pandemic, and little changed for the opening.

Nearly one out of four mortgage-backed hotel loans are delinquent, according to the American Hotel & Lodging Association.

The foodservice operator has told at least 3,000 employees in airports around the country that their layoffs could turn permanent in October.

The canvass by the American Hotel & Lodging Association also found that much of the industry is still out of work.

After a devastating five months, the industry is confronting uncertainty and an acknowledged need to invent new ways of generating revenue, including food and beverage sales.

Food and beverage managers have to balance staffing with uncertain occupancy rates.

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