A critical part of any successful lodging establishment operation and customer service experience is the housekeeping staff. During the week of Sept. 10-16, communities and lodging properties worldwide recognized and “saluted” the hardworking men and women in housekeeping departments as a part of International Housekeeping Week.
City of Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer (front, sixth from left) recognizes Central Florida Hotel & Lodging Association hoteliers and their housekeeping staff members.
On Aug. 28, Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer presented Central Florida Hotel & Lodging Association hoteliers and housekeepers with an official Orlando Housekeeping Week Proclamation. On behalf of the City of Orlando, Mayor Dyer extended the proclamation as an “appreciation to our Central Florida housekeepers, managers and custodial staff and suppliers for maintaining high professional and industry standards and to honor these individuals for their contributions to Central Florida’s largest industry.”
CFHLA representatives encourage all Orange County residents to take the time and thank their housekeeping personnel during their next vacations, as these individuals are truly at the core of all positive travel experiences. ♥
submitted by Central Florida Hotel & Lodging Association