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Larry Mogelonsky

Managing Director Hotel Mogel Consulting Limited

Larry Mogelonsky The world’s most published writer in hospitality, Larry Mogelonsky is the managing director of Hotel Mogel Consulting Limited. His experience encompasses hotel properties around the world, both branded and independent, and ranging from luxury and boutique to select-service. Larry also sits on several boards for companies focused on hotel technology. He is a much sought after public speaker. His published work includes five books: “Are You an Ostrich or a Llama?” (2012), “Llamas Rule” (2013), “Hotel Llama” (2015) and “The Llama is Inn” (2017)..and “The Hotel Mogel” (2019).

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Improving Your Tech Stack Means Evaluating Your Human Stack

The pandemic has made it abundantly clear that technology represents the key to long-term profitability for hotels. The adaptation of both FOH and BOH technologies serve to improve guest satisfaction while helping to reduce labor costs and make more data-driven decisions.

In Vino Veritas LXXXVII: Hybrid Restaurant and Retail Spaces for Wine Sales

Besides helping a hotel restaurant become profitable, the broader, less quantifiable goal, for is to satisfy hotel guests in such a manner as to halo positively back onto the guestroom product. People want to stay at hotels that are known for their food or having a fun spot to dine at.

Bibliotherapy and a Possible New Feature for Your Hotel

Who doesn’t love a good book? While you have read one of our many other editorials espousing technology, and its myriad benefits for increasing revenues plus ramping up team productivity, sometimes a great hotel differentiator is a bit more ‘lo-fi’.

When You’ve Got It All in Las Vegas

Las Vegas is truly the capital of the North American hospitality industry, followed next by perhaps New York City and Orlando (or all Southern Florida). With massive infrastructure investments, these modern, cruise-ships-on-land offer everything a guest could want under a single roof.

Where Have All the Breadbaskets Gone?

Before the pandemic, it was quite customary in restaurants to whet the appetite with the tableside delivery of a breadbasket, or some variation of a small loaf of bread, as a welcome to the establishment.
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