ARTHUR HAILEY HOTEL EBOOK

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The #1 New York Times–bestselling author of Airport reveals the inner workings of a New Orleans hotel—and the human drama unfolding behind its closed. Editorial Reviews. Review. “Instant readability catches the reader by the lapels and holds site Store; ›; site eBooks; ›; Literature & Fiction. Hotel By Arthur Hailey EBOOK. Product Description #1 New York Times bestselling author Arthur Hailey unveils the inner workings of a grand hotel and brings to.


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Hotel By Arthur Hailey EBOOK. Get Hotel By Arthur Hailey EBOOK. Product Details Sales Rank: # in eBooks Published on: Released on. Read online or download for free graded reader ebook Airport by Arthur Hailey of upper-intermediate level you can download in epub, mobi, fb2, rtf, txt. Fine eventful day in the lives of the management and guests at a large New Orleans hotel.

There is no dramatization of reality.

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There is a vigorous portrayal of a need to be ethical and the conundrum associated with it when it comes to running certain major establishments and institutions especially in an age of fiscal boom. Peter McDermott is a resourceful young assistant manager at St.

Gregory, one of the oldest hotels of New Orleans. The owner of St. Gregory, Warren Trent, still believes in the values of customer service and human touch.

Most of his patrons are a return-clientele and a many staff members are the ones who were employed by him right when the hotel was only a small inn. He has been refusing to give in to the phenomenon of chain-hotels which has engulfed the country - until of course now.

Gregory is not doing great - with respect to management and finances.

There is also tremendous level of debauchery going on at the ground level, the extent of which is hidden from Trent owing to his misplaced trust in his older staff. McDermott knows all of this and wants to change the way things are run, but owing to the obstinate nature of his employer has only failed so far.

Peter McDermott is a resourceful young assistant manager at St. Gregory, one of the oldest hotels of New Orleans. The owner of St. Gregory, Warren Trent, still believes in the values of customer service and human touch.

Most of his patrons are a return-clientele and a many staff members are the ones who were employed by him right when the hotel was only a small inn.

He has been refusing to give in to the phenomenon of chain-hotels which has engulfed the country - until of course now. Gregory is not doing great - with respect to management and finances.

There is also tremendous level of debauchery going on at the ground level, the extent of which is hidden from Trent owing to his misplaced trust in his older staff. McDermott knows all of this and wants to change the way things are run, but owing to the obstinate nature of his employer has only failed so far.

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The book starts on a busy Monday morning inside the hotel and we see Peter trying to tackle multiple things at a time. There is an intermittent moaning being heard from a room, a suspicion of a possible orgy in another one, a customer service issue raised by one of the wealthiest clients of the hotel, another sort of disturbance on one of the floors, an elevator issue and then there is his employer, who we see is quite worried because of a mortgage due for renewal by the end of the same week which is not a happy news.We know these two machines will play a major part later after the first few lines and yet Hailey spends lengthy passages to drive the point home.

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