Partnering with the Future Leaders of the Hospitality Industry

About 3 week(s) ago by Ayres Hotels

The Collins School of Hospitality Management at Cal Poly Pomona demands a high standard of excellence from its students. As one of the premier hospitality colleges in the world, it is dedicated to a “learn-by-doing” approach to education. As a result, students often visit and learn from hotels that are leaders in the hospitality industry.

The Tokyo Students from the Collins School recently visited Ayres Hotel Chino Hills because it is an exemplar of excellence and high-quality service. Chino Hills serves as the perfect model of what premier hospitality should look like. It is located in a residential neighborhood, which provides guests with an ideal escape from the bustling city life of Southern California. It is also within close proximity of wonderful destinations such as Chino Hills State Park, Big League Dreams and Fairplex Pomona. The hotel’s home-like qualities further guarantees that guests will be comfortable and well attended to during their stay in Southern California. As a hotel that is devoted to providing excellent service, Chino Hills wishes to instill this value in the future leaders of the hospitality industry.

Ayres Hotel Chino Hills is very familiar with the Collins students’ dedication and commitment to the hospitality industry. Not only has the hotel hosted the school in the past, but they also have a long-standing partnership with the college and California State Polytec. Chino Hills wants to nurture this mentorship to help the students at Collins School become leaders in the field of hospitality and create a vision for shaping the future of this industry.

The Ayres Hotel Chino Hills helped teach important values to its guests. While at Ayres, students learned about the need to make positive impacts on visitors and to work cooperatively with peers to ensure everyone is working towards a common goal. The Collins School students boasted an impressive knowledge of these concepts and were eager to demonstrate what they learned during their stay. The day was certainly filled with a passion for improving the hospitality industry and the common goal of prioritizing guests’ needs to create the optimal hotel experience.
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