We've talked to hoteliers about how they managed the hotel in times of crisis, which tools were useful to overcome tough times and which helpful role hotelkit played in all this.
So far, the COVID-19 virus has not come to a halt, more and more people are getting infected. Most countries follow the Chinese approach of protecting their people by administering measures to avoid social contacts. Let us all take part in this and do our best to flatten the curve.
Communication is key, in times of crisis more than ever. Create a feeling of togetherness and let hotelkit be the connecting factor, when human touch and offline meetings cannot.
There is no stability without solidarity, and no solidarity without stability. Especially during the groundbreaking times we currently find ourselves in. From all over the world, acts of kindness, of reaching out and taking care of each other, are happening.
In times of crisis, the travel industry seems to be as creative as ever. While many hotels have been forced to close down their facilities, others have reinvented themselves with the hope of helping people. In this article we want to point out some very nice initiatives that inspired us.
The last week has certainly been one of the toughest as a hotelier and as an entrepreneur… this is the time for solidarity and responsibility! If we stick together (not physically!), we will come out stronger than ever!
Nothing is worse than not communicating with your employees at all. As a hotelier, you can avoid a communication crisis and be the rock in the waves for your team.
It can sometimes get difficult to keep track of the latest rules and measures our governments publish, especially since these differ per country. We are here to help you filter through the maze of information and create a clear overview.
There are countless ways to motivate people during these times. Here we show you 7 tips that are easy to realize but also very effective.
The situation for hotels isn't easy. What to consider? How to explain the situation? Find some answers here.
To go on vacation or not to go is the question. As a hotelier, it’s time to get in touch with your guests and clear up the situation to avoid guests in front of your closed hotel.
Combining home office and childcare is easier than you think. Here are some tips to juggle everything including your coffee mug.
Don't waste food, help others! Especially in times like these, our resources should be used efficiently and we should take care of each other. Lots of closed restaurants and hotels found a way to prevent food waste by donating it.