How to Prepare Your Hotel for the Unexpected

How to Prepare Your Hotel for the Unexpected

If this year has taught the world anything, it’s that the unexpected can present itself at any time. A shake-up can happen that significantly impacts your ability to do business even when things feel calm. To prepare your hotel for any life changes, it is important to make plans at all organizational levels. Here are a few things you should...

Why Luggage and Valet Tags Are Important

Why Luggage and Valet Tags Are Important

“The biggest impressions are in the smallest details.” When it comes to hotel service, it’s often the seemingly insignificant items that can make the biggest impact on a guest’s overall experience. From key cards to valet tags, branding the supplies you have in stock is even more important during these uncertain times for...

Meet the Team: September Spotlight

Meet the Team: September Spotlight

To be a leader in the hospitality supply industry, we need a team of the best and brightest behind the scenes. At Front Desk Supply, we are meticulous in our search for top talent – people with a passion for hospitality and a customer-first mentality. We want to highlight some of the amazing members of our team to give you a glimpse into...

Tips for Preparing Your Hotel for Fall Traveling in 2020

Tips for Preparing Your Hotel for Fall Traveling in 2020

This year has been unlike any other. The normal travel patterns of years past have been thrown out the window, especially when it comes to vacationing. As a hotel owner, knowing what to expect is important to ensure your hotel is appropriately stocked and ready for the changing surges and slow periods.  In the wake of the global pandemic,...

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