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Hotel Franchise Agreements and the 5 biggest mistakes a hotel owner can make

publication date: Jun 26, 2012
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Jim Butler, HotelLawyer.com

the 5 biggest mistakes a hotel owner can make

For many years, hotel brands have been growing in importance for the success of hotels in the United States and abroad.

The trend toward branding is quite a phenomenon. The branding is often accomplished by a franchise or license agreement from a company owning the brand or through a management agreement providing both the brand and management for the property.

this article focuses on hotel franchise agreements and outlines the 5 biggest mistakes an owner can make when seeking a hotel franchise arrangement. If this sounds all too familiar, you have probably learned these lessons the hard (and expensive) way. If you haven't stumbled on these yet, you won't want to miss the warning flags and the traps they portend.

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