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Exploring customer experience with budget hotels: Dimensionality and satisfaction
Abstract The budget hotel sector in China has rapidly developed in the past decade. However, very little is known about consumer behavior in this sector. This exploratory study addresses thisExpand
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Revitalization of industrial buildings into hotels: Anatomy of a policy failure
Abstract Communities are faced with the conundrum of what to do with obsolete industrial buildings. Revitalization through adaptive reuse is seen as one option, with many buildings being converted toExpand
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Understanding Customer Satisfaction With Budget Hotels Through Online Comments: Evidence From Home Inns in China
Increasingly, customers rely on online comments for information on hotels to make sound decisions on where to stay. The recently established budget hotel sector is developing rapidly in China, andExpand
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Investigating accommodation experience in budget hotels
Purpose This paper aims to explore the accommodation experience of customers in the budget hotel sector – a less explored but rapidly expanding sector in the hospitality industry. This studyExpand
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Exploring effective stress releasing strategies among hotel interns
It is a common practice for hotel schools to implement internship programs as part of the curriculum in order to better prepare the students for future employment. One down side of such internshipExpand
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What contributes to the success of Home Inns in China
Abstract This study examines the critical success factors of budget hotels in China, taking Home Inns as the study case. Six CSFs, with a total of 26 sub-factors, are identified from data collectedExpand
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Intermittent hypoxia reduces microglia proliferation and induces DNA damage in vitro
Objective(s): Intermittent hypoxia (IH), caused by obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), could cause hippocampus or neuron damage through multiple signaling pathways, while the underlying mechanisms areExpand
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An original sin of casino hotels? Consequences of CSR misfit and the remedies
Abstract Casino hotels have long been stereotypically associated with negative images that induce a perceived misfit between their corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives and their coreExpand
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Qualitative analysis of residents’ generativity motivation and behaviour in heritage tourism
Abstract Macau is known to the world primarily as a gaming capital, but the city is also rich in heritage resources and historical relics, which are the result of over 400 years of accumulation.Expand
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