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Ann M. Alba

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Pikes Peak Lodging Association

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Pikes Peak Lodging Association

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Broadmoor Hotel


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Winter season in lodging relies on local and regional leisure travelers and the conference business, says Ann Alba, resident manager of The Broadmoor and president of the Pikes Peak Lodging Association
And the effort can pay off, says Alba. "Based on group business, the offerings can be quite appetizing, as availability, rates and added inclusions are more negotiable," she said. "The majority of lodging establishments in the Pikes Peak Region offer a plethora of Holiday packages November through January, creating memories for families throughout the generations," Alba said. " As the drive-in market is heavily targeted, last minute enticements can also be communicated for the need period and short-term business impacts.


gazette.com

The flood of visitors has meant that, for the first time in recent memory, local hotels are hanging out the "no vacancy" sign on back-to-back nights and are calling around to other properties to find rooms for visitors, said Ann Alba, a Broadmoor hotel manager who also is president of the Pikes Peak Lodging Association.
All major sources of guests for the hotel industry have been strong this season, including family leisure travel, conventions and group meetings and corporate travel, she said. "Not only are businesses rewarding their sales teams with travel rewards - that business has come back very strong this year - but they also are rewarding employees in the customer service side as well," Alba said.


gazette.com

Ann Alba, president of the Pikes Peak Lodging Association and a manager at The Broadmoor hotel, attributed the slowdown to the weather and a typically weak offseason.


gazette.com

Ann Alba, president of the Pikes Peak Lodging Association and a manager at The Broadmoor, said many local hotels stopped using the program because of its cumbersome approval process.


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Ann Alba, resident manager of The Broadmoor hotel and president of the Pikes Peak Lodging Association, said the resort's bookings for 2015 are up by 9,000 room-nights (one room booked for one night) from this year and are up 23,600 room-nights in 2016 from 2015.


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