Hotels Shifting to Extended-Stay Properties Face Greater Scrutiny from Insurers

extended-stay properties

​​Although extended-stay hotels do not make up a large part of the industry’s capacity, more operators are switching to this business model. Extended-stay hotels are increasingly profitable for their owners. That’s because they have relatively steady occupancy and they can maintain a lower staffing level. Plus, they do not need to provide as many services as transient hotels have to in order to attract guests. The high profit margins enjoyed by operators of extended-stay properties are an attractive incentive for others to transition their properties from transient hotels to extended-stay properties.

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Bar and Restaurant Owners Sue Local Governments

Restaurant Lawsuits

​​From shutdowns to curfews, capacity restrictions to required outdoor dining, bar and restaurant owners across the nation are jumping through hoops to try to keep their businesses open and viable. The entire service industry has been severely affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Many bar and restaurant owners have become increasingly frustrated with the back-and-forth actions…

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