Hilton Worldwide

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  • Hilton Worldwide Case Study

    Hilton Worldwide is an American global hospitality company that manages and franchises a broad portfolio of hotels and resorts. Founded by Conrad Hilton in 1919, the corporation is now led by Christopher J. Nassetta, CEO and President. Currently Hilton Worldwide has a franchise property operating in Jamaica which is the Hilton Rose Hall Resort and Spa, an all-inclusive family resort whose location boasts on the edge of Montego Bay and offers stunning views of the Caribbean Sea. The resort offers comfortable and contemporary accommodations with a range of superb onsite activities for both leisure and business guests (www3.hilton.com, 2016). Being a part of the Hilton Worldwide family although a franchise property, the resort has to meet goals…

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  • Hilton Worldwide Mission Statement

    Hilton Worldwide seeks to apply innovation, quality, and service in each brand while using natural resources responsibly and maximizing their economic value (Hilton Worldwide). The corporate philosophy is supported by their mission statement, “to be the most hospitable company in the world – by creating heartfelt experiences for guests, meaningful opportunities for team members, high value for owners and a positive impact in our communities” (Hilton Worldwide). Hilton takes care of their…

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  • Hilton Hotels Economic Factors

    technological, the legal aspects, while, the micro-environment revolves around competitive forces. Hilton Hotels retain a position as one of the global leaders in the hospitality field as a part of the Hilton Worldwide web ten styles of…

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  • Hilton Hotel Case Study

    Company Profile Conrad Hilton founded the hotel in 1919. Dallas Hilton was the primary hotel to put up with the name Hilton in the year 1925. Hilton Hotel is one of the leading hotel brands in the world. It places importance on business and leisure time travel within the locations of the major cities on the globe. The hotel positions its business near airports and holiday resorts in popular destinations all over the world. The company has many partnerships with many airlines and car rental…

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  • Pearl Continental Hotel Case Study

    Pearl Continental Hotel Lahore Introduction: Pearl Continental Hotel is a hotel chain in Pakistan. It is owned and operated by Hashoo Group, which also owns Hotel One, a chain of budget hotels as well as Marriott Hotels in Islamabad and Karachi. When Hashoo Group acquired Pakistan Services Limited in 1958 it changed its name to Pearl Continental Hotel. It has properties in Lahore, Rawalpindi, Faisalabad, Karachi, Peshawar, Gwadar, Muzaffarabad and Bhurban. The Pearl Continental has honored of…

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  • Creative Writing: Secret Santa

    It was December 18th, seven days until Christmas, and an ordinary day so far in New York City. Amber was on her way to work, shoving her way through the busy streets. Christmas cheer filled the air, lights hung on the rooftops of buildings, stores blasted Christmas songs, and snowflakes danced down from the grey cloudy sky. Amber swung the office door behind her and was greeted by her cheerful employees. The office was decorated with lights and garland hanging around the cubicles, paper…

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  • Shalimar Hotel Case Study

    Shalimar Hotels is a chain of 4 star hotels which has hotels in Rawalpindi, Lahore, and Peshawar. This is a Pakistani, family owned business and is the leader in terms of market share in the 4 star hotel segment in the country. Typically, the chain’s hotels have >90 % occupancy in lean months and 100% occupancy in the holiday season with heavy advance bookings. Shalimar Hotels are appreciated by customers for their affordable room rates, excellent food (recently won The Asian Hotel Food…

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  • Oberoi Hotel Case Study

    1957. The first hotel, the Oberoi Intercontinental, now known as The Oberoi, was built in New Delhi, in 1965. In 1973, operations at the Oberoi Towers in Mumbai started. The brand started with its own printing press for in Delhi for in-house needs. The Oberoi made a subsequent entry in the airport services business by entering into a ten year contract with the International Airport’s Authority to operate all the snack bars and restaurants at the domestic and international terminals in Mumbai.…

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  • Leisure Sector

    In other words, tourism product cannot be always perishable, therefore if we pick our private organization (Hilton) cannot expect to sell the entire number of rooms available in the hotel every single day for 365 days a year. Depends on the season whether it is high or low season, in terms of affluence of tourists. Another point that it should be seen in this report is the threat of terrorism attacks that arise lately. (Beirman, 2003) suggest that for most international travellers, tourism is a…

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  • Family Communication: My Big Fat Greek Wedding

    Family Communication: Paper One Korbyn Limber University of Oklahoma Have you ever seen My Big Fat Greek Wedding or most recently, My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2? Well, I have a double dose! Having come from both Lebanese and Greek backgrounds makes my family big, loud, loving, Orthodox (religion that is), and most of all, irreplaceable! My heritage which is founded on my family values and strong faith seem to lend itself to family communication. Family rules, family rituals, and family stories…

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