Christian Giannelli and Elizabeth Campbell share tips to maximize your investment in hospitality photography and videography.
When we talk about the importance of “location” at our seminars throughout the country, we often emphasize the value of purchasing an Inn in an established destination location that is a well known choice for travelers. By aligning yourself with a heavily touristed area, at least half of your marketing is “done for you” and it becomes your job to stand out as the superior lodging option in your market.
Megan discusses the latest trends in eco-friendly, affordable bath products with Amanda Stultz (Sítrónu), Lynda Parham (Loaded Goat Homestead), and Emily Spiers (Live.Simple.Soap).
Steve Short (Founder and CEO of Frictionless Guest App) and Tyann Marcink (short term rental guru and Touch Stay community ambassador) join Megan to discuss apps for sharing practical property information and trusted local experiences with your guests.
There’s more than one reason National Geographic Traveler named the Hudson Valley a Top 20 “Best of the World Destination.” In a sense, the area is a microcosm of New York City, with a strong community of former city-dwellers that have traded in their shoebox apartments for refined country living.
Travel+Leisure recently revealed the winners of the 24th Annual World’s Best Awards including the Top 100 Hotels in the World. It was no surprise to us that Rabbit Hill Inn exceeded previous recognition from the organization, ranking as the #1 Top Resort Hotel in the Northeast, #3 Top Resort Hotel in the USA, and #27 of Top 100 Hotels in the World.