• Olympia Hotel Management Properties Receive Industry Awards

     
    POSTED April 15, 2019
     
  • Olympia Hotel Management Properties Receive Industry Awards

     
    POSTED April 15, 2019
     
  • Olympia Hotel Management Properties Receive Industry Awards

     
    POSTED April 15, 2019
     

Several Olympia Hotel Management properties recently received awards for their progress and achievements in the industry. Among the recognized properties are SOPHY Hyde Park, The Alfond Inn Rollins, Hilton Garden Inn Durham-University Medical Center, Hyatt Place Cleveland/Westlake/Crocker Park and Howard Johnson by Wyndham Ports.

“These awards are a tribute to the incredible management teams we have at each of these properties,” says Sara Masterson, SVP hotel management for The Olympia Companies. “It acknowledges great people who are always striving to be their best and do exceptional work in hospitality.”

Olympia Hotel Management focuses on developing property-specific operating programs that maximize value and crafting product and service plans that maximize each hotel's unique position in its marketplace. To ensure exceptional guest services, Olympia Hotel Management generates efficiencies and maximizes profitability, making it a leader in the industry.

Additionally, Olympia Hotel Management operates under the belief that hotel owners, guests and employees are all cients whose needs and expectations are prioritized. They also customize their services to meet owners' needs by listening carefully to their individual objectives for each property and tailoring a performance plan to achieve their specific goals.

From small budget hotels to 4-Diamond boutique independent properties, Olympia Hotel Management operates a variety of property types, each with the ability to develop and manage the unique demands of its guests.

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In light of COVID-19, a survey commissioned by the American Hotel and Lodging Association (AHLA) discovered that 44 percent of Americans are planning leisure trips or overnight travel before the end of 2020.