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Unformatted text preview: the new hotel. When the guests arrived at the new hotel I would take care of their checking in and pay for their troubles (cab fare, hotel room, and amenities). To show that I was sorry for the inconvenience, I would also pay for them to go to a nice dinner or order in. If my hotel was only sold out for the one night, then I would arrange for my people to go and pick them and their stuff us and transport them back to my hotel the next day with a better room awaiting them. If it was impossible for me to find them a hotel for the night then I would definitely offer them better rates at another time and make sure that their stay would be as special as possible. Unfortunately it happens in our industry and it is hard to avoid it. Any way that you look at it is the managers job to do whatever they can to make sure the customer is as happy as they could be....
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course HA 210 taught by Professor Shelton during the Fall '07 term at N. Arizona.
- Fall '07