Miami resort vows ‘good service’ regardless of a possible slash in income
Acqualina Resort & Residences CEO and associate Deborah Yager Fleming discusses inflation and the way it has affected the hospitality business on ‘Mornings with Maria.’
On “Mornings with Maria” Friday, Acqualina Resort & Residences CEO and associate Deborah Yager Fleming mentioned the worthwhile affect the COVID-19 pandemic has left on Florida’s journey and hospitality business, saying she attributes the success to Florida remaining “open.”
DEBORAH YAGER FLEMING: Nicely, now we have raised costs, however we have additionally, not solely maintained companies, we have elevated companies. And, , we discover that these vacationers are positively on the lookout for that nice worth. And that is what’s essential to us to offer that.
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On the identical time we’re discovering that after all, provides and items are prices are rising, and labor prices are rising. And we’re always benchmarking our worker advantages and wages. And, , as a model, we have made a acutely aware determination to proceed to provide good service and even when our income will undergo as a consequence of increased price.
AIRLINE COMPLAINTS NEARLY TRIPLED IN MAY COMPARED WITH SAME PRE-PANDEMIC MONTH
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Miami’s hospitality business thriving after pandemic
Acqualina Resort & Residences CEO and associate Deborah Yager Fleming supplies a singular perspective on Florida’s swift restoration within the journey and hospitality business following the pandemic on ‘Mornings with Maria.’