How to Make a Virtual Tour for Your Hotel

How to Make a Virtual Tour for Your Hotel

With so many hotels competing for business, virtual tours can help yours stand out. Virtual tours increase user engagement and offer unique insight and perspective into your accommodations.  Travelers rely on digital media throughout the booking process and...
2019 Legislative Session Report

2019 Legislative Session Report

        photo: Nan Palermo Overview The 2019 Legislative Session produced very important results for the Texas lodging industry.  We offered and passed omnibus tourism public improvement district (TPID) legislation that will allow all Texas cities...
Donate to Texas HotelPAC

Donate to Texas HotelPAC

Texas HotelPAC helps ensure the strength of the Texas lodging industry. Through Hotel PAC contributions, we are able to communicate with legislators and policymakers and tell the story of the Texas lodging industry. Donate to Texas HotelPAC Today $ Donation...
Hotel Overbooking — A Basic Guide for Hoteliers

Hotel Overbooking — A Basic Guide for Hoteliers

Many hotels overbook rooms as part of their revenue management strategy. While advantages in overselling rooms include increasing revenue and mitigating loss, there are pros and cons in balancing your profits from this strategy with the guest experience. We’ve put...

Mount Pleasant — a Sweet Surprise

By Cara Smith Want a charming weekend escape? Head out to the sweet surprise of Mount Pleasant, a cozy city of around 15,000 people, just under a 2-hour drive east of the bright lights of Dallas. This might be Texas’s best-hidden gem, packed with relaxing family fun...
ADA Pool Requirements 2019

ADA Pool Requirements 2019

Summer is coming. It’s time to get your pools fun and sun-ready, and ADA compliant. We’ve outlined a checklist of what is required for ADA compliant swimming pools and spas, including definitions and descriptions of different types of lifts, and rail requirements. We...
Legislative Update: End of April 2019

Legislative Update: End of April 2019

We’re in the final stretch of the 2019 Texas Legislative Session, with only four short weeks to adjournment on May 27.  This is also the busiest time of the Session, with legislators, lobbyists, and interested constituents scrambling to pass, block, or amend...

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