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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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The Next Normal of Managing Group Contracts through Technology

Once states and countries have wrangled in their COVID-19 second waves and start to reopen borders (and distribute vaccines), confidence will inevitably reach a point where groups will book again. But the world of MICE will not look the same as it once was, and if you haven't fully embraced the technologies that can expedite group contracts and payment processes then you won't get the business.

Winning the Guest Service Game with Management Software

Cruising into the new decade of hospitality, one ever-present concern is the need for occupancy, especially with group and corporate guests slow to return amidst ongoing COVID concerns. But as we all look to further segment leisure to find those hidden pockets of revenue, we must concurrently apply the time-honored mantra, "It's easier to keep a customer than it is to get a new one.

Looking Inward with In-Room Wellness Amenities

While having strong revenue management will always be paramount for any hotel, growing ADR and making your nightly rates less elastic to market conditions is largely dependent on brand differentiators and the operations you establish to make the guest experience memorable.

The Post-Pandemic Hotel Experience from the Experience Expert

As COVID-19 continues to upend travel and rewrite daily habits, hotels must nevertheless continue to differentiate their products in order to better appeal to guests in the next normal and build revenues.

In Vino Veritas LXXXII: Tasting and Cycling through Canada’s Prince Edward County

International travel restrictions due to COVID-19 have forced all of us to rethink our vacation prospects, and for me this has meant researching areas within driving range of my hometown of Toronto instead of jet setting off to Europe, Asia or more 'prestigious' parts of North America.
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