Time for Check-in Changes

Holm, Neil
July 2002
Hospitality Upgrade;Summer2002, p1
Trade Publication
The article explores the revolutionary 24-hour check-in and check-out service of hotels to make the guest experience a better one in the hospitality industry. It notes on the convenience which allows all guests to check in and out based on a 24-hour schedule in which hotels should supposedly furnish and provide personalized and flexible service to guests. It says that hotels will start to see changes when they carry out the 24-hour check-in service to serve gusts better.


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