• Travelers Report Which Safety Protocols are Priorities for Hotel Stays

     
    POSTED August 28, 2020
     

According to a survey commissioned by the American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA), frequent travelers feel safer when hotels adhere to AHLA's Stay Safe guidelines, which detail cleaning protocols for hotels during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

The number one priority for frequent travelers is that hotel employees wear face masks, with 87 percent of participants saying that that would make them more comfortable while traveling. 86 percent of participants would prefer to forgo daily housekeeping, and only allowing entry to the room when guests give permission. The lowest priority for frequent travelers–although still agreed on by most participants at 77 percent–is that the pool and gym should be temporarily closed. 

Other conditions surveyed include requiring face masks for guests, implementing transparent barriers between the front desk and guests, signage for PPE and washing hands, and floor markings for social distancing, 

For this survey, AHLA defined "frequent travelers" as people who stay in hotels five nights a year. 

Many see Portland as a progressive city. No event venues are likely more in line with that world view than the two run by Ecotrust Events. Ecotrust, the events branch’s overarching nonprofit, leads a staggering number of social equity, economic opportunity, and environmental programs, from supporting Native American land rights to building intergenerational wealth for Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC) individuals. What does this have to do with hosting a corporate meeting? Everything.

 

Providing a gateway to live entertainment in eastern Idaho, the Mountain America Center in Idaho Falls will soon be home to concerts, comedians, rodeos, and everything in between. Construction of the center began May 2021, and it is slated to open on Nov. 28. 

“This will be a true hub for numerous headlining concerts and entertainers,” says Kelsey Salsbery, the director of marketing at Mountain America Center. “[It] will also serve as a community facility in which graduations, corporate events, conferences, and fundraisers can also be hosted.” 

 

You won’t find another event venue like Emerald City Trapeze Arts in Seattle. Emerald City sits in the south of downtown (SoDo district) and houses some 20,000 square feet of flexible and visually dazzling space. With a rustic, almost industrial feel, the unique post-and-beam interior is a stunning setting for conferences or corporate parties. In addition to the two ground spaces, clients are captivated by the rough-hewn wood of the mezzanine balcony overlooking the main floor and the spacious 600-square-foot performance stage.