HOSP3077 Convention Centers Management

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Convention centers are typically located near several hotels. Often, the convention center management will bid on a convention which requires rooms in many of the hotels. The convention center management will send out a request for the hotels located near the convention center to commit to housing a certain number of rooms related to convention.

Some hotels adopt a strategy of NOT participating in these housing commitments - in other words, they tell the convention center management that they won't accommodate any convention attendees. Do you think this strategy is wise or not, and why?

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School: Cornell University


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The strategy of not making housing commitment during the time of conventions is not
wise on the part of the hotel. In this case, it will defeat the purpose of the hotel which in this case
is to make a profit. Notably, by selling more rooms it will mean that the hotel will make more
money. By the act of not accommodating p...

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