"Roaring Dragon Hotel" Essays and Research Papers

  • Roaring Dragon Hotel

     Cross Cultural Communication Problems and Solutions: Roaring Dragon Hotel Executive Summary This proposal draws the clear picture of the reasons behind the downfall of the very popular ancient hospitality organization with the 60 years of glorious history of The Roaring Dragon Hotel (RDH). This proposal helps to find out the factor which causes the RDH to lose all the customer popularity and decrease the revenue in the competitive market. The main concerning points behind this miserable downfall...

    Cross-cultural communication, Culture, Hotel 1331  Words | 7  Pages

  • ROARING DRAGON HOTEL

     Contents Company Background Roaring Dragon Hotel was a state owned enterprise (SOE) and one of the original 3-star hotels in South-West China It had gained reputation as a premium guesthouse The organization was greatly influenced by Chinese culture Employee recruitment was based on Guanxi or connections, favouring nepotism Guanxi or connections of employees led to a large number of income-generating contacts The number of employees were 675 and...

    Change, Employment, Hotel 1202  Words | 7  Pages

  • Roaring Dragon Hotel

    Australia (ACESA) Guanxi Neglect at the Roaring Dragon in South-west China: The demise of an International Management Contract Stephen Grainger1 University of Western Australia ‘guanxi neglect – neglecting opportunities to show respect towards guanxi relationships’ Abstract This paper introduces the concept of guanxi neglect through a case study that describes the takeover of a formerly Chinese managed hotel by a western based, international hotel management company. Specifically, it covers...

    China, Han Chinese, Hong Kong 15221  Words | 50  Pages

  • roaring dragon

    Introduction: According to Grainger (2008), “The Roaring Dragon Hotel is one of the three start hotels in south-west China and it is a state owned enterprise “(p.1). Background: Potential of the Roaring Dragon Hotel is not recognized and provisional government decides that Roaring Dragon Hotel requires modernization (Grainger, 2008). According to Grainger (2008), “The organizational culture was relaxed with many employees managing to find time to read newspapers, drink tea and some managers even...

    Hotel, Management, Multinational corporation 275  Words | 2  Pages

  • Roaring Dragon

    a business management study case, the Roaring Dragon Hotel case provided a lot of business principles for anyone who is trying to learn it. One of the most impressive lessons taught by the study case is changing things that are bad but that do not equals copying. Being a five star international Chinese hotel, understanding the local culture and current situation is crucial for success whereas, blindly applying hotel management skills would be unwise. The Hotel International organization tried to use...

    Business, Employment, Hotel 469  Words | 2  Pages

  • Roaring Dragon Hoted

     Roaring Dragon Hotel Tina Hunt Sullivan University MGT 510 The Roaring Dragon Hotel This case looks at the take over the Roaring Dragon Hotel (RDH) which is located in south west China, and was one of the original three star hotel and is a state owned enterprise. RDH is very rich in culture and the employees relied on their guanxi or connections. Having secured employment, RDH employees felt excited and very proud (Grainger, 2008). The RDH management practiced...

    Control, Culture, Hotel 459  Words | 2  Pages

  • Roaring Clouds

    The Roaring Clouds Roaring of clouds? Have you ever seen the monsoon clouds? They are the actual definition of roaring clouds, they are never in ease and peace - there is always a dragon with gushing fire hiding behind them and ironically these clouds lead to rain and cool breeze lowering the overall temperatures. Now the question arises - how an individual or a nation becomes a roaring cloud? Obviously when they realize the fact that there comes a limit for all their sufferings n they actually...

    Civil disobedience, Egypt, Hosni Mubarak 1035  Words | 3  Pages

  • Hotels

    Best Western Plus Antel Hotel Vs Holiday Inn Best Western Plus Antel Hotel has a full-service spa, an outdoor pool, and an indoor pool. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available in public areas. Business amenities at this 3-star property include a business center, a meeting/conference room, and limo/town car service. This family-friendly hotel offers a poolside bar. The staff can provide concierge services, wedding services, and event catering. Additional amenities include a children's...

    Epifanio de los Santos Avenue, Hotel, Hotel chains 822  Words | 3  Pages

  • Dragon Multinational

    Select a major Dragon Multinational. Describe the company’s features that are consistent with Mathew’s Dragon MNC theory and any that are not consistent. Analyse the factors that led the corporation to be successful. Prepare a three year Global Development Strategy for the corporation, taking into account the current business environment. Chosen Company: The Hong Leong Group with specific focus on City Developments Limited. The primary features that define a Dragon Multinational Corporation...

    Corporation, Globalization, Hotel 1017  Words | 4  Pages

  • Hotel

    Indian Hotel Industry Overview & Opportunities • Ask a question Raise your hand Type question Australia Unlimited Contents • • • • • • • • • • Key facts Advantage India Market overview Emerging Trends Investments Key initiatives Opportunities About HICSA 2011 Hotel development mission AUSTRADE INDIA – Travel and Tourism KEY FACTS AT A GLANCE • Contribution of travel and tourism to GDP expected to rise from AUD 120 bn in year 2010 to AUD 350 bn by year 2020 • Average growth...

    Destination hotel, Hospitality industry, Hotel 1031  Words | 6  Pages

  • hotel

    business enterprises, schools, hospitals, government and non government services. However, some of them are still using manual system. In this regard, we acknowledge the value of computerized system. As of today’s generation, there are already many hotel existing. One of which is D’ Budgetel that serves private rooms and dormitory type. It is located at Corrales Extension, Cagayan de Oro City and is owned by Monte Carlo Realty and Development Corporation. D’ Budgetel started the operation of their...

    Hotel, Hotel chains, Hotels 1075  Words | 4  Pages

  • hotel

    excited. Although great service is always at the forefront for any hotelier, both the hotel industry and hospitality education providers are reacting to changes in the market and consumer trends, and adjusting their services to what really matters to this new generation of customers. The most talked about example of this is with WIFI. Wireless Internet was once a paid amenity or luxury at certain hotels. Generation Y has come to expect WIFI as standard. Those changes, especially around technology...

    Education, Generation X, Generation Y 604  Words | 3  Pages

  • Roaring Dragon Hotel

    Case Study: R.L. Wolfe Introduction: The case study is of RL Wolfe, a Plastic Plant manufacturing company which emphasizes on implementing self-directed teams. Background: Wolfe plastic Company runs 24 hour a day, dividing into three shifts with 27 floor workers (Garvin &Collins, 1997).They purchased Moon plastics in 2003. Amasi, the director of production at RL Wolfe and the plant manager Winslow started implementing SDT’s at this new plant located at Corpus Christi in 2004. Problem: ...

    Case study, Communication, Corpus Christi 336  Words | 2  Pages

  • Dragon Mart Cancun

    Dragon Mart Cancun: In deep with China’s biggest exhibition center for Chinese products in the world The creation of Chinas biggest exhibition center for Chinese products outside china will take place in the city of Cancun, Mexico, planned to start with the groundbreaking ceremony after the spring festival on February 2013 to be completed in its first stage of seven by May 2014.The proposed complex would house 3,040 showrooms, divided among 14 industrial sectors and targeting wholesalers from across...

    Americas, China, International trade 1204  Words | 4  Pages

  • Dragon City

    Dragon City Complete Dragon Breeding Guide By Gamelytic Dragon breeding is a unique part of the game play in Dragon City. However, it is hard to figure out how to breed what without the formula. In this guide, we will provide some formulas and tutorials on how to breed the dragons that you love and use in Dragon City. Please share this guide with your Dragon City and facebook friends if you have found it helpful. Lastly please check out the rest of our Dragon City guides. Basic Dragon Breeding...

    Breed, Chemical element, Dragon 1232  Words | 5  Pages

  • Dragon Archetype

    The Dragon The dragon is one of the most fierce, aggressive creatures in mythology, literature and pop culture. There are many mythological stories and literature centered around dragons, such as King Arthur and many myths from many different cultures such as the Chinese, the Babylonians, and the Indians. They are also seen in many ancient cultures such as the Greeks , when Hercules had to slay a dragon, and the Chinese, when the sight of dragons would represent a change in season. Also...

    Ancient history, Babylonia, Culture 1204  Words | 3  Pages

  • Human Resources & Organisational Development Case Study: Golden Dragon Group

    Executive Summary The report is based on the case study on the Golden Dragon Group. The Golden Dragon Group had a number of problems with the way things were run in the company. Since GDG is a traditional family owned business, it posed more issues to the company. Mr Wilson Lim, the next in line to take charge of the company wanted to make amendments to certain procedures and the ways things are done. The main aim of the report is to help GDG undergo the necessary changes in the best way possible...

    Boutique hotel, Change, Hotel 1417  Words | 4  Pages

  • Komodo Dragons

    Komodo Dragon On Labor Day, I went to the Colchester Zoo and saw this fascinating creature called the Komodo Dragon. It seems to blend with its natural surrounding which makes it harder to see; however, it was the biggest lizard I had ever seen. I suddenly began to wonder, why do they called it a dragon? When the name dragon is publicized, the first thing that comes to mind is a fire breathing dragon that can fly; like those suggested in story books and seen in animated movies. Komodo Dragon is the...

    Dragon, Flores, Gili Motang 1128  Words | 3  Pages

  • Dragon fruit

    Dragon fruit in Vietnam has three main varieties: red-skinned fruit with white flesh, red-skinned fruit with red flesh and yellow-skinned fruit with white flesh. Since the white-fleshed dragon fruit (or Pitaya) can grow stronger, larger and produce sweeter fruit than other varieties, they are much more planted in the Vietnam. Dragon fruit with red and yellow flesh are also popular, but the area for red-fleshed dragon fruit in the rural areas in Vietnam is trivial and its productivity equals only...

    Dong Nam Bo, Fruit, Mekong Delta 842  Words | 4  Pages

  • Hotel and Boutique Hotels

    travel agencies Global Premium Hotels Ltd (Economy to Mid-Tier Hotels A.K.A Budget Hotels) Threats Faced by Global Premium Hotels Ltd Demographic Segments Sociocultural Political/Legal Technological Economic Porter’s Five Force Model of Industry Competition Threat of New Entrants The threat of new entrants into the hotel industry is generally low, due to high barriers to entry. However, comparing budget and boutique hotels, the threat of new entrants is significantly...

    Bellhop, Boutique hotel, Hotel 550  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Roaring Twenties

    Awad Issa Professor Kopplin CLS 101 December 3, 2012 The Roaring Twenties The “Roaring Twenties” was a term referring to America during the 1920’s in which a prosperous economy existed, almost uninterrupted, and cultural ideas flourished. This time period experienced very active and free spirited citizens, who were going to work every day, coming home to a meal ready for them, prepared by their loving housewife, and all was well. The era’s social, artistic, and cultural edge was one that made...

    1920s, Calvin Coolidge, Herbert Hoover 934  Words | 3  Pages

  • Dragon as a Metaphor

    Dragonslayer story was the English epic, Beowulf, written sometime between the eighth and eleventh centuries. The story of the Dragonslayer is that of a Hero, who starts off insignificant, but after his journey, is strong enough to face and defeat the evil Dragon. The Hero’s Journey is split into three phases; in order they are: Separation, Initiation, and the Return. The story of Beowulf was written for a specific purpose, other than creating a whole genre. The bards who wrote it as though it was a history...

    Anglo-Saxons, Beowulf, Culture 1662  Words | 5  Pages

  • Here Be Dragons

    Here be dragons; Anonymous. The Economist. London: Apr 17, 2010. Vol. 395, Iss. 8678; pg. 13 Abstract (Summary) Most emerging countries have a penchant for highly diversified conglomerates. India's Tata Group, which accounts for almost 6% of the country's GDP, has subsidiaries in carmaking, agricultural chemicals, hotels, telecommunications and consulting. Reliance Industries' range sprawls from petrol products and clothes to fresh food. But such diversification is not confined to giant organisations...

    Business model, Developed country, Developing country 1757  Words | 5  Pages

  • The Dragon Slayers!

     The Dragon Slayers Long ago in a time long forgotten a race of Elves held dominion over the dragons slaying them without remorse hunting them to the ends of the earth for gold and riches beyond any mortals wildest dreams if spoken of only in legends and fairy tails, what if there was more truth to the legends? of the very legends of the clan of elves the slew the mighty dragons and the last survivor of their race a mighty Dragonkin! Chapter 1 : Legends Deep in the Heralds Holdfast Old...

    Armour, Hand, This Old Man 2182  Words | 6  Pages

  • The Roaring 20s

     The Roaring 20s The 1920’s were a time of prosperity, at least that’s what it looked like. In all reality it was a time of economic and social change. It was a time in which American morals declined and the government shifted to a more liberal government. Gone were the time off long dresses and the separation of the sexes. It became a time of flappers, bootleggers and gangsters. A time of big business and prohibition. Government seemed to take a backseat to business. This essay will show...

    1920s, Democracy, Golden Twenties 791  Words | 3  Pages

  • Strategy

    69932051 Khongor 2011/4/25 Roaring Dragon Hotel Roaring Dragon Hotel Summary The Roaring Dragon Hotel is a three-star hotel located in the southwest of China. Provincial government want to exchange their business environment, and organizational culture, make more profit. In 2002 the provincial government decided that it was time to expand their hotel and make the jump to a five star hotel. They hired a consulting company to conduct an evaluation of the hotel from top to bottom. Everything...

    Abu Dhabi, China, Culture 606  Words | 3  Pages

  • There Be Dragons Outline

    Sentence Outline There Be Dragons Thesis Statement: There Be Dragons not only presents the life of Saint Josemaria Escriva, but also shows its viewers the strength and triumph of the human spirit in times of adversity through the development of the characteristics of its main characters in a war torn Spain. I. There Be Dragons is a movie about the strength of the human spirit. A. Saint Josemaria Escriva and his friend...

    Death, God, Need 938  Words | 4  Pages

  • Roaring Twenties

    The Roaring Twenties The decade of 1920-1929 was a time of great change, reform, improvement, adjustment and alteration of everything Americans had come to rely on. In other words everything changed. Not one part of common life was unaffected. Exciting new events happened in sports, entertainment, science, politics, communication and transportation. It was the age of prohibition, it was the age of prosperity, and it was the age of downfall. The twenties were the age of everything. It has...

    1920s, Calvin Coolidge, Federal Bureau of Investigation 828  Words | 3  Pages

  • ROARING TWENTIES

    Roaring Twenties From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search The Roaring Twenties is a phrase used to describe the 1920s, principally in North America but also in London, Paris and Berlin. The phrase was meant to emphasize the period's social, artistic, and cultural dynamism. 'Normalcy' returned to politics in the wake of World War I, jazz music blossomed, the flapper redefined modern womanhood, Art Deco peaked, and finally the Wall Street Crash of 1929 served to punctuate...

    1920s, Equal Rights Amendment, Jazz 2228  Words | 7  Pages

  • The Roaring 1920

    The Roaring 1920s The roaring 1920s was a time where Americans were living the American dream. Many people called it the “age of excess” because it was the first time in American history that people could afford to buy in abundance and buy anything they pleased. The roaring 1920’s was effected by many inventions and a new life that Americans were adapting to. The production of the Model T’s, Baseball, Fashion, and Prohibition effected the 1920s. Americans were learning how to live the life...

    1920s, Babe Ruth, Baseball 1969  Words | 5  Pages

  • The Roaring Twenties

    The decade immediately following World War I is fondly remembered as “The Roaring Twenties.” It was at a time when the nation was happy, and thankful, to be at peace. It was a time of unprecedented prosperity. Economic growth swept Americans into an affluent but unfamiliar ‘consumer society.’ The nation’s total wealth more than doubled between 1920 and 1929. Manufacturing rose. People made more money than ever before. It was a new fast living world of luxury where the nation had radios, automobiles...

    1920s, Alcoholic beverage, New York City 2254  Words | 6  Pages

  • Dragons

    Dragon From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This article is about the legendary creature. For other uses, see Dragon (disambiguation). Dragon Sculpture of Mario the Magnificent, dragon mascot of Drexel University, US. Mythology Europe and East Asia Grouping Mythology Habitat Mountains, seas, skies Similar creatures Sirrush, Basilisk, Wyvern, Qilin Carved imperial Chinese dragons at Nine-Dragon Wall, Beihai Park, Beijing Dragon effigy, the Graoully, in Metz, France A dragon...

    An Instinct for Dragons, Chinese dragon, Dragon 4506  Words | 17  Pages

  • Roaring Twenties

    THE ROARING TWENTIES Americans, in the years following the end of World War I found themselves in an era, where the people simply wished to detach themselves from the troubles of Europeans and the rest of the world. During the years of the Twenties, the economy was prosperous, there was widespread social reform, new aspects of culture were established, and people found better ways to improve their lifestyle and enjoy life. The 1920's exemplified the changing attitudes of American's toward foreign...

    1920s, Jazz Age, Ku Klux Klan 2697  Words | 7  Pages

  • The Roaring Twenties

     The Lost Generation in the Roaring Twenties The process of change can often be difficult and tumultuous. This is particularly true of monumental changes in generational trends. In looking at the young people of the 1920's, for example, we see a “lost” generation, which, despite breaking free from the strict moral codes of previous generations, had yet to find their own course to fulfillment and happiness. Responding to the hypocrisy of their parents, and...

    Arnold Rothstein, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ginevra King 1909  Words | 5  Pages

  • Hotel Continental

    Co Exhibit A HOTEL CONTINENTAL INCOME STATEMENT For the Years 1987-1988 Revenues 1987 1988 Rooms P 1,969,722.18 P 2,515,575.96 Food P 4,843,486.42 P 5,426,843.98 Beverage P 637,862.39 P 684,983.02 Laundry P 23,070.24 P 29,175.00 Telephone P 147,417.16 P 175,163.14 Swimming Pool P 156,718.28 P 182,718.45 Other Income P 660,336.83 P 842,985.15 Total Revenue ...

    Destination hotel, Hotel, Hotels 629  Words | 4  Pages

  • Outsourcing and Hotels

    outsourcing in hotels was not a popular concept but more recently with the downturn in the economy in the nineteen nineties more and more hotels are turning to outsourcing to help increase their revenues and maximize their profit potential. The use of outsourcing enables firms to maximize their resources and to reinforce their competitive advantage. One of the most popular areas for outsourcing in hotels would have to be the Food and Beverage sector. The decision to outsource by many hotels has been...

    Hampton Inn, Homewood Suites by Hilton, Hospitality industry 1577  Words | 6  Pages

  • Hotel Continental

     Hotel Continental In July 1989, Mr. Oscar Mendoza, owner of Triumph Tours read in the newspapers an advertisement for the leasing of Hotel Continental’s facilities. During the last six months, Oscar Mendoza has been seriously thinking about operating hotel to complement his travel agency business. Oscar Mendoza had been experiencing difficulties in getting hotel accommodation for his tour groups’ last year during the peak travel months of December, January, July and August. Hotel Continental...

    Hotel, Hotels, Las Vegas Strip 861  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Roaring 20s

    Chapter 32 American Life in the "Roaring Twenties" 1919-1929 Seeing Red Fear of Russia ran high even after the Bolshevik revolution of 1917, which spawned a communist party in America. The "red scare" of 1919-1920 resulted in a nationwide crusade against those whose Americanism was suspect. Attorney General A. Mitchell Palmer was chosen to round up immigrants who were in question. In 1919-1920, a number of states passed criminal syndicalism laws that made the advocacy of violence to secure...

    1920s, Andrew W. Mellon, Immigration to the United States 1740  Words | 6  Pages

  • Classification of Hotels

    Classification of hotels Made by - Ayush Henry There are many ways to classify hotels, such as:1> According to their size, 2> On the basis of star system 3> On the basis of ownership 4> Other categories Made by - Ayush Henry SIZE Classification on the basis of size refers to the no. of rooms that a hotel can sell to guests, Usually the classification is, Hotels with 25 rooms or less is small hotel  With 26 to 99 is an average hotels  From 100 to 299 is above average ...

    Bed and breakfast, Guest house, Hotel 454  Words | 4  Pages

  • A Short Essay on Dragons

    expect that when most people think of a dragon, they think of a monster. A terrifying beast that tries to eat a princess, finally to be vanquished by a valiant knight. Or, a cunning serpent hoarding a mass of treasure, finally to be vanquished by a valiant knight. The vanquishing part is guaranteed. I have never seen dragons that way. (I've only just come to realise that this is probably due to the stories my father told me as a child, with three dragons in them: one organised and slightly gruff...

    Dragon, Dragon Ball Z: Bio-Broly, Impression 968  Words | 4  Pages

  • feasibility for hotel

    Executive Summary In March 2014, my friends and I is interested in the development of a luxury hotel, planned to be operated by a well renowned hotel brand, a feasibility study was commissioned to be made. The purpose of this paper is to investigate the opportunities and risks of operating a high class hotel at the designated location. In order to determine whether a feasible operation of such an establishment is possible, the various key factors of competitive business in this particular market...

    Credit card, Hotel, Hotels 1296  Words | 4  Pages

  • Hotel Management

    Hotel Front Office – Medium Size Hotel Kyle Beers HTT250 August 15, 2010 Prof. Israel Johnson Hotel Front Office – Medium Size Hotel How is the front office important to a hotel? The front office of any sized hotel is the brain of the operation. The front office concludes of employees and departments that make the hotel functional. Front office employees, such as front desk employees, make reservations via phone, check-in/check-out guests, address all guest questions, and suggest activities...

    Hotel, Hotels, Motel 978  Words | 3  Pages

  • Boutique Hotels

    analyze the boutique hotel industry in Sri Lanka and the trends of the industry at present and the key issues likely to change the formation of the industry in the future. Tourism in Sri Lanka has been booming since the war came to an end also the recovery of the global recession also has led to an increase in the number of tourists visiting the country. Therefore the need to cater to the foreigners has led to the growth in the emerging Boutique Hotel Industry. Demand for these hotels is increasing also...

    Boutique hotel, Hotel, Hotels 2285  Words | 7  Pages

  • Mcdonald's and Hotels

    McDonald's & Hotels Written Case Analysis By Sean Bibbey SWOT Analysis External Environment The external environment of the hotel industry in is very competitive and already well established. Trends in the market include promotional campaigns to customers using the "more bang for your buck," method. There are several different segments of the hotel industry including: luxury, upscale, mid-market with food and beverage, mid-market without food and beverage, economy, and budget...

    Hotel, Hotel chains, Hotels 1201  Words | 5  Pages

  • Marriott Hotels

    categories of Marriott hotels which are separated by location and type. Each category is aimed at a different target market, with wealthier individuals the target of category seven hotels while individuals looking to enjoy their vacation without breaking the bank are the target of lower category hotels. While all Marriott hotels strive to bring an excellent stay to their guests, the old phrase, “you get what you pay for,” can certainly be applied to the various Marriott hotels. Within the seven...

    2003 Marriott Hotel bombing, Courtyard by Marriott, Hotel chains 2610  Words | 7  Pages

  • Hilton Hotel

    ”1 This is the stated philosophy of the luxury hotel company that Conrad Hilton, the founder of Hilton Hotels, used to extend his desire for his company to offer customers a kind, hospitable, and luxury setting. Conrad started the hotel chain by purchasing a single 40- room hotel from Cisco, Texas in 1919. Since then the corporation has grown into more than 2,800 hotels and 490,000 rooms in more than 80 countries as of 2006. Hilton Hotels Corporation headcourters are located in Beverly Hills...

    Hampton Inn, Hilton Garden Inn, Hilton Hotels 2535  Words | 7  Pages

  • W Hotels

    W Hotels W Hotels is Starwood's luxury lifestyle / boutique hotel brand. Marketed towards a younger general crowd, the hotel brand was launched in 1998 with its first property, W New York, opening at 541 Lexington Avenue. The brand has since expanded internationally with properties opening first in Mexico City, Seoul, and Istanbul. The brand's first resort property is W Maldives Retreat & Spa. The group has now 52 hotels all over the world, also in countries like Taiwan or Chili. In order...

    Hotel, Marketing, PEST analysis 576  Words | 3  Pages

  • Hotel Chains

    Marketing analysis for Shangri la Hotels and Resorts A Shangri-la hotels and Resorts is founded in 1971 which is the first deluxe hotel in Singapore by the Malaysian-Chinese tycoon Robert Kuok. The name was inspired by British author James Hilton’s novel “Lost Horizon”. The meaning of Shangri-la is ethnic youth, peace and tranquility. Shangri-la hotels and Resorts is the first enter to a Chinese hotel market as a foreign investor and built its headquarters in Hong-Kong. From 1982 to 2002 the company...

    Corporation, Hotel, Hotel chains 2030  Words | 7  Pages

  • Starwoods Hotel

    Presence in Brazil with Upcoming Sheraton Da Bahia Hotel in Salvador December 19, 2012 STAMFORD, CONN. – December 19, 2012 –Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. (NYSE:HOT) has partnered with GJP Hotéis & Resorts to expand the presence of its global powerhouse brand Sheraton Hotels & Resorts in Brazil. Sheraton da Bahia Hotelwill be located inSalvador, one of the most important tourist destinations in the country. The 284-room historic Hotel da Bahia is currently undergoing an extensive...

    Bahia, Hotel, Hotel chains 1400  Words | 5  Pages

  • Good Hotels

    Good Hotel: Doing Good, Doing Well? Background Information Joie de Vivre (JdV) is a San Francisco based hotel management company with 16 properties in the city. It was founded in 1987 by Chip Conley. He knows that his company comes up with unique hotels, with own personality.   It has managed to grow to 36 boutique hotel properties. It became the second largest in 2010. JdV had combined two of their properties, Best Western Hotel Britton and Best Western Flamingo. Pam Janusz is the general manager...

    Boutique hotel, Destination hotel, Hospitality industry 2100  Words | 7  Pages

  • Hotel Reservation

    Background of Study for Online Hotel Reservation System Chapter 1 : Project Overview Background of the Study The existence of many sophisticated computer systems and various innovations that we find in this Information Age justifies the age old saying that necessity is the mother of all inventions. The need to share information in a so called ‘global network’ and man’s desire to communicate from long distances called for the birth of the World Wide Web (formerly known as ARPANET). With the advent...

    Computer reservations system, Destination hotel, Hotel 704  Words | 3  Pages

  • environmental hotels

    Green Environmental concerns for how, “green” hotels are increasing more day by day. These concerns are in many ways beneficial for hospitality establishments, if they follow them mainly because they save resources and expenses. But is this the main reason a hotel should start taking Mother Nature into concern? It has to be taken into consideration that the hotel doesn’t only consist of employees; the other sides of people staying in hotels are the guests. Although guests try to stay as eco-friendly...

    Air pollution, Environment, Environmental movement 1103  Words | 4  Pages

  • Hotel Security

     Monique Chenard Hotel Security Kathyrn Adiar Course # HM/486 The hotel industry known for its promise of a great stay and exceptional service but recently many hotels now have to promise safety and security for its guests. After past events, which include the attacks on September 11 and the most recent attack on hotels the Mumbai attacks, many hotels are looking for new and improved ways to help keep their employees and guests safe. Many hotels are now implementing a new system of...

    Hotel, Hotel chains, Hotels 1906  Words | 4  Pages

  • Hotel Escarco

    October 14, 2012 Abstract The Hotel Escargo has asked for a summary of the observations found for improvement. In this report the hotel needs will be summarized and a job design and measurement strategy for ensuring improvement will be proposed. Introduction The Hotel Escargo has many services that need improving such as check-in and check-out service, multi-lingual staff, complementary concierge desk, room service, local area transportation, and amenities. Hotel needs and rank of importance ...

    Better, Concierge, Hotel 775  Words | 3  Pages

  • related hotel

    I. The Problem and Its Setting 1.1Introduction Around the world, Hotels have become a major business venture, even here in the Philippines where tourism is booming. Businessmen and other conglomerates take advantage of the fact that tourists, travelers, visitors, or even bagpackers need a place to stay for the night. And what better way to entice them than to offer them premium quality services, air-continioned rooms, world class cuisine, a soft bed, and of course internet connection. But there...

    Central reservation, Going-to future, History of the Internet 1025  Words | 4  Pages

  • Hotel Management

    A hotel manager is a person who manages a hotel, a motel, or a resort. This position’s responsibilities and duties vary according to the size of the hotel or resort, as large hotels tend to require more management than small ones. Many people love going to hotels, they like pampering themselves with all kinds of services that a hotel offers. Services include fast room services, relaxing spa, clean swimming pool, good restaurant, and many other facilities. A lot of people do not know how the process...

    Hotel, Hotel manager, Hotelier 1145  Words | 3  Pages

  • Acer Inc: Taiwan’s Rampaging Dragon

    Acer Inc: Taiwan’s Rampaging Dragon International Management, MGMT 4030 January 16, 2011 INTRODUCTION Shih Chen Jung was born in 1945. In 1972 he earned his master’s degree and started working as an engineer for Qualitron Industrial Corporation. “In 1976, he and several friends founded Multitech International with a $25,000 initial investment. Shih’s wife was the company’s accountant and Shih was the company’s CEO and Chairman. They started by designing hand-held electronic games, and...

    Acer Aspire, Acer Inc., Management 870  Words | 3  Pages

  • Rosewood Hotels

    very well known but it was not clear what is the best corporate branding strategy without destroying the value of each individually branded hotel and loosing a customer. A new branding strategy proposing an increased customer profitability and lifetime value is needed. Company. Rosewood is a 25 years old luxury private hotel management company having 12 hotels in different countries. The company is known by unique, “one-of-a-kind properties” with very luxury style. The total rooms capacity worldwide...

    Brand, Brand architecture, Brand management 1710  Words | 5  Pages

  • Royal Hotel

    Royal Hotel The Royal Hotel faces issues typical of any hotel. Customer service and aesthetics are the cornerstones the hospitality business and if they are lacking in anyway, patrons will find other hotels that better suit their needs. The Royal Hotel GM sees the recent events as unacceptable and is attempting to correct the problems and ensure they do not lose customers to competitors by hiring the firm that Blake works for. Blake will attempt to solve the problems of the hotel by installing...

    Control, Hotel, Hotels 997  Words | 3  Pages

  • HOTEL FAMILIARIZATION

    HOTEL FAMILIARIZATION: An educational tour to feel extraordinary On August 13, 2014, we the 1st year BS-Tourism Management students held an educational tour in some of the Hotels here in Metro Manila and a running tour in the Famous Rizal Park and the Historic Intramuros, and most especially the main event of the tour is in the Bay View Park Hotel and Manila Hotel. The Educational tour started out as an escape from school for most of us students, bonding with friends, chance...

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