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    Loews Hotels & Co receives WELL Health-Safety Rating

    April 12, 2021

    TravelPulse Loews Hotels & Co. announced that they are one of the first hospitality brands to achieve the WELL Health-Safety Rating for Facility Operations and Management through the International WELL Building Institute (IWBI). The WELL Health-Safety Rating is an evidence-based third-party assessment for new and existing buildings; it reviews everything from operational policies and maintenance [...]

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    Choosing the right locking system for a hotel

    Lodging Magazine Guests often consider a hotel’s amenities when choosing a place to stay. Hotel door locks are an overlooked amenity that have a big impact on the guest experience. Guests can misplace keys and cards, causing them to visit the front desk and get a new one, sometimes having to pay a fee for [...]

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    Marriott pilots contactless kiosks

    Lodging Magazine Marriott International, Inc. today announced the debut of a pilot program for contactless arrival kiosks at several select-service hotels, as well as the launch of a proof-of-concept for contactless grab-and-go marketplaces at two Fairfield by Marriott hotels. Both concepts build on ongoing measures to boost traveler confidence while reinforcing the company’s Commitment to [...]

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    The new seniors on campus: SUNY purchase will be home to senior living facility in ‘win-win situation’

    WCBS-TV Retirees will soon have the option of living on a college campus in New York. As CBS2′s Kevin Rincon explains, SUNY Purchase has more than 4,000 students enrolled in its classes. In the not-so-distant future, they’ll be joined by seniors – senior citizens, that is.  READ MORE

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    Good IAQ matters: Now and into a post-COVID future

    Facilities Net Air quality sits at the intersection of sustainability, energy efficiency, health/wellness, productivity, climate change, and inequity. Even prior to 2020, this nexus of multi-level, overlapping issues centered on air quality drove a growing recognition of the need to conduct more research and spend more resources addressing air quality outdoors and indoors.  READ MORE 

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