The Key To Hotel And Restaurant Success: Build In Some 'Wow' Moments
July 6, 2017

The Key To Hotel And Restaurant Success: Build In Some 'Wow' Moments

The focus in Denver hospitality and restaurants now is experiential. Easy to say, harder to do. How do hotels and restaurants wow guests to create brand loyalty in an ever-shifting scene of experiential offerings?

"We're using technology to get know to our customers better, so that we can personalize their experience both at the hotel and within the community," SilverWest Hotels President and CEO Edward Mace said. "Also, a hotel's design needs to be inspired…

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