Working in the hotel industry often means traveling and learning some tricks along the way.
That’s been the case for Barry Goldstein, the executive vice president and chief marketing officer of the
Wyndham Hotel Group.
Having traveled to over 50 countries, Goldstein has found that guests can get a lot more than expected during their stay if they simply know what to ask for.
“A lot of people don’t realize that hotels have what you need, but people often don’t ask for it,” Goldstein told Travel + Leisure. “In the simplest case, if you only see a Pepsi, you can almost always get a Coke...I don’t think people realize that hotels tend to carry almost everything, even the most obvious elements like medicine, undershirts, ties, or chargers, so they tend to go out and buy it."
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