Romulo Vallejo

Consultants at Cayuga Hospitality Consultants

Romulo  VallejoRomulo is a veteran hospitality executive with a unique perspective on developing successful organizational cultures. His expertise lies on more that twenty years building teams on multi-cultural/lingual environments specially in South Florida, Latin-America and the Caribbean. He combines utilizing people's strengths, team building, and focusing all team members on achieving the company goals. Romulo’s unique areas of expertise are in business operations, financial analysis, strategic planning, team development, and cultivating sustainable service cultures. He has developed a structured process for assessing the management and operational needs of a hotel by working closely with owners, operators, and general managers in multi-lingual and culturally diverse areas throughout the Caribbean and Latin America, as well as South Florida. Romulo bridges cultural differences in hotel operations by integrating talented individuals from all over the world, giving properties a unique advantage over competitors. He brings a high-level understanding of political, economic, and cultural differences found in each region he serves.

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3 Lessons Learned doing Task Force at a Resort in 2021

A recent task force assignment sent me to a high end resort in Florida as Food & Beverage Manager. While there still are plenty of challenges to be met during this recovery period in the industry, there are also many encouraging signs of a strong rebounding process.

How to Avoid Lost Hotel Revenue After a Disaster

Disasters are inevitable. So, do you know what reports you will need to determine lost revenue after a disaster? From a hotel owner perspective, coming up with fact-based hotel projections for lost revenue in the event of a disaster will ensure smooth discussions with your insurer and moving on with rebuilding your business as quickly as possible.

There Are No Stars In Hospitality

No stars…we need everyone! In the hospitality industry more so than any other, knowing how to replace the individual excellence model in favor of building effective workgroups is vital.