Rosewood GM describes rollercoaster ride

“They never taught me in hotel school that I would have to close and open a hotel within a few hours, sometimes depending on the number of available intensive care beds in local hospitals,” said Philip Meyer, Rosewood Hotels and Resorts’ regional vice president for the West Coast of North America and managing director of the 120-room Rosewood Sand Hill, outside Menlo Park, California.  Throughout the pandemic, the State of California has regularly stated that if fewer than 15% of hospital ICU beds are unoccupied hotels must close immediately. That watershed figure was reached in Menlo Park Surgical Hospital, six miles…
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