The Business of Resort Management, by Peter E. Murphy identifies the challenges and choices dealing with builders and traders in creating profitable and sustainable resorts. This book focuses on the completely different wants and priorities of urban and rural resorts using comparative international case studies. It uses logical and useful division of property management and external challenges and strategies.
How can homeowners and managers make sure that their appreciable capital investments will return a aggressive return on their investments? How can customers and house owners be sure they benefit from the guarantees of tantalizing advertising and actual estate claims? This book combines business management principles with environmental and social considerations to supply growth options to these questions.
By taking holistic and contemporary approach to the problem of growing sustainable tourism operations, The Business of Resort Management, by Peter E. Murphy gives a comprehensive evaluation of the methods that must be considered by various governments, builders and, particularly, the client-investor.
The key features of resort development coated by this book embrace environmental scanning of principal external and inside influential elements, the curse and blessings of seasonality, competition for recreation and retirement dollars, guest exercise programming, environmental issues, staffing points in remote areas and financial challenges for house owners and operators alike.
Primarily based on an evaluation of worldwide resort opportunities and traits, the book focuses on these generic options that differentiate regional resort management from urban-centric management needs and priorities. Utilizing comparative case research the writer emphases best case/benchmark examples of a spread of resorts – giant and small, city and rural – for example what will be achieved.
The Business of Resort Management [Paperback]
Peter E. Murphy