A lot, according to a study published in the Journal of Hospitality Management.
Researchers from the University of Wisconsin-Madison conducted a survey of more than 1,400 hospital executives to gauge how much they were willing to spend on “hotness” in a hospital.
Among other things, they asked executives to identify the five most-popular hotel experiences for their company.
Hotness is measured by a five-point scale: The most important thing to a customer is “cool,” followed by “easy,” “cool” and “friendly.”
The researchers found that hotness in a hotel can range from the lowest level of “coolness” to the highest.
A five-star hotel experience is considered “hot,” while a three-star is considered not hot at all.
Hotness is also a key consideration for the hotelier, the study authors write.
They found that the average cost of a three-, four- and five-day stay in a four-star boutique hotel was $25,000, while a four or five-night stay at a four-, five- and six-star suite was $42,000.
Hotel managers also tend to spend less on their hotels than average, according the study.
In contrast, they’re not spending much more than the average for a similar facility at a nearby hospital.
Hotels have long been associated with high prices, but the study finds that the costs are decreasing.
In fact, the authors argue that “hotels are actually increasingly expensive to operate as the number of beds available has increased.”
In fact, they also find that hotels may be paying more for the services they provide than they have historically.
In the past, the cost of providing care to the uninsured was about $1,400 per person per day, according a report in the Harvard Business Review.
But the cost is dropping fast.
The study found that hotel operators may be “paying more per room than their average for comparable facilities” and that this “could translate into a decrease in costs of $1.9 billion to $1 billion per year.”
Hotel operators are also spending more per person on their operations.
In addition, hotel management is spending more on staff.
The average cost per employee at a five or six-day hotel is about $50,000 per year, while at a three or four-day resort it’s about $40,000 annually.
Overall, hotel costs are down, but overall, they are still high.
The study authors note that hotel costs can vary widely by location and destination, but they also note that there is a correlation between costs and number of visitors.
For example, an average hotel in a big city may cost more to operate than one in a smaller town.
Hotlinking is a popular way for hospitals to manage their staff.
A hotel may link to a website, which can then provide more direct customer service.
Hotel managers can also link to their hotel’s website to make sure their guests are receiving the best service possible.