Mihaela Lica Butler

Reporter for Hospitality Net

Mihaela  Lica Butler

Mihaela Lica-Butler is the founder and senior partner at Pamil Visions PR. She is a widely cited authority on public relations issues (BBC News, Reuters, Al Jazeera, The Epoch Times and others), with an experience of over 12 years in online PR. When she doesn't work, she enjoys writing children's books and developing recipes.

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From Civil Engineering to Elysium Boutique Hotel - an Interview with Alexandros Kapetanakis

The most exciting thing about being a hospitality reporter is meeting interesting people with fascinating stories. Hospitality pros are formed in all walks of life. A former professor becomes a night clerk, a movie star becomes a partner in a large luxury hotel chain, and a civil engineer decides to build a hotel.

How to Make the Hotel Experience Special with James Gardiner

Since March 2017, James Gardiner is the General Manager of Joining the Hyatt Place London Heathrow Airport, and he is already making a difference. Airport hotels have the reputation of catering more to business travelers, and this is the vision behind the seven brand new high-tech meeting rooms planned for the hotel in the immediate future.

Fastbooking infographic shows Google dominance

As every hotel marketing professional knows, online distribution is all about targeted traffic and leveraging channels. Metasearch begins to dominate where once organic search and ad retargeting were the hoteliers' "marque" booking vehicles.

Treehouses, a Hospitality Trend with a Touch of Childhood Charm

From UFO-style apparitions among the trees like Sweden's Treehotel and the Free Spirit Spheres fiberglass globes in the forest canopy of Vancouver Island in Canada, to more traditional structures reminding of the enduring symbol of American childhood, treehouses are a promising trend in hospitality.

Meeting Guest Experience Standards - An Interview with Manos Borboudakis of Santo Maris Oia

Besides obvious industry standards, guest experience can never be standardized. It's always a matter of one-on-one interaction, people greeting people, or else, we'd need to redefine "hospitality" as a whole.
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