In a new article published in the Hotel Business Review, RLA's Director of Industry Intelligence, László Puczkó discusses how Lifestyle medicine can become a good friend for hoteliers but can also be a foe if not considered, planned and executed properly. The hotel performance, brand and operation can be improved by the application of small steps and adapting lifestyle medicine as a driving principle but not as a service component.

The article is available at Hotel Business Review, the premier online weekly resource for hotel industry professionals.

 

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