The importance of on-campus hotels, also called captive hotels, is explored as a case study through three lenses: the academic institution and faculty, the student learner, and the hotel operator. The three populations are defined with specific benefits, opportunities, and barriers detailed for each community. A database of current hotels-on college campuses with Tourism & Hotel Management (T&HM) programs of study in the United States is presented as an Appendix to the chapter.
Tripodi, K., Baltazar, M. B., & Foucar-Szocki, R. (2021). Current state of captive hotels: USA point of view. In L. Ren & B. McKercher (Eds.), Practical learning in hospitality education (pp. 13-28). The University of Queensland.
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