If the type of agreement chosen is important for the hotel group, it has no impact on customers. Based on the application of the brand`s standards, they enjoy the same experience, whether they are staying in a franchised or managed hotel of the same brand. D. upload, post, send or e-mail content that you do not have the right to transfer under any law or in the context of contractual or fiduciary relationships, such as. B inside information, protected and confidential information learned or disclosed in the context of employment relationships or in the context of confidentiality agreements; These optional services are sold in addition to the franchisee or owner under management. The role of the franchisor /manager is to recommend these optional services in case of need in response to a problem of the hotel. It is always the choice of the franchisee/managed owner to agree on optional services. So how does an owner choose between a franchise or management agreement? The decision can be made based on many factors, but in general, a franchise agreement is best for an owner who wants to be “practically” involved in the day-to-day operation of their hotel. This person can already be an experienced hotelier.
Hotel owners are often frustrated with the way and tone in which franchise negotiations take place. However, hotel owners often need the brand to get the financing needed to build or renovate the property. Lenders are reluctant to lend even more money in this economy, to a hotel owner who doesn`t have the marketing skills and customer base that many brands bring to the table. In addition, hotel owners retain greater flexibility in the management and operation of the hotel. HotelExecutive reserves the right to fully cooperate with law enforcement authorities or court orders that request or order HotelExecutive to disclose the identity or any other information about users or members alleged by a public authority to use information or content or materials available in, in, through or in association with HotelExecutive, in violation of law or regulation. or, in violation of this Agreement, including, but not limited to, e-mail, publication or other uses of such materials. . . .