There’s a frequent feeling among hostel managers that you can never get it all done and there never seems to be enough time to try. While those realities may never change, the stress they cause can certainly be alleviated with some helpful tools.
Have you ever wondered why chains are more popular amongst hotels than hostels or thought about whether your hostel should ever join a chain? Any guest can perceive the difference between staying at a chain versus independent accommodation. To some, chains feel familiar and dependable.
A girl checks in with an older man while averting eye contact with the receptionist. A guest at the hostel bar doesn’t seem to know basic information like what city she’s in. One guy seems to answer for another when he’s asked questions.
There are probably as many reasons for travel as there are excuses as to why you can’t go to your in-laws for dinner next weekend. The same goes for reasons why some of us devote our life’s work to encouraging and facilitating travel.
As the previous blog post pointed out, staff, guests, and outside visitors all pose potential security issues for hostels. Part 1 dealt with security precautions a hostel can implement against dishonest staff or outside threats.
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