Old Mar 27, 20, 9:31 am
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TerryK
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Originally Posted by mikebor View Post
........Again to me it reeks of hidden discrimination. They don't want low income people(and a lot of other adjectives) staying there as it would bring down the reputation of the property. So these hotels would rather have a 2% occupancy at a $159 rate than a 10-15% occupancy at a $69 rate because of the different kind of people who would stay there smh. Unbelievable this goes on in 2020.
Most so called low income crowd will not stay in any hotels. They are worried about their next meals. Oh, hotels are likely better off with 2% at $159 instead of 10-15% at $69, using your example, considering housekeeping and related staffing needs.
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