Hotel Quality Toilet Paper

Toilet Paper Roll

There’s a common misconception when it comes to which toilet paper brand to go with that even I was guilty of. Most tend to only consider the more expensive brands or one’s they’re familiar with such as Charmin, Bounty, Kleenex or Angel Soft. When choosing a TP brand to go with, it’s helpful to check Read More >

Hotel Quality Towels

  Hotel sheets and towels somehow always feel better than other linens. Maybe being on vacation is a part of the experience, but good hotel linens offer just the right amount of thickness to keep you snug and comfy as well as soft enough to help you get more relaxing sleep through the night. Because Read More >

How to Make Your Guests Feel at Home!

Updated on 03/17/22 St. Patrick’s Day is for friends, fun, and drinking. People will travel for the weekend or day to celebrate with a drink. So, what do you do if you’re a business hosting guest coming from out of town? How can you make them feel at home while they enjoy their holiday? Welcome Read More >

Holiday Gifting Ideas

The holidays are upon us! At last, we can sit back, relax and spend time with the ones we love. Whether it’s drinking hot chocolate near the fireplace, making a snowman, or decorating your home with a fresh tree, there is so much to celebrate and be thankful for during this time. To give thanks Read More >

How to Make Your Towels Last Longer

If you’re like us, you probably use a towel at least once throughout the day, if not more. With frequent usage, towels are destined to wear out. But what if you could make them last just a little bit longer? Let’s discuss some helpful tips and tricks on how to get your towels to stay Read More >

Is There A Proper Way To Fold a Towel?


Aside from balling one up and just tossing it in a closet or on a shelf, is there a proper way to fold a towel? I’ve seen it done a few ways  in hotels and at resorts around the world. Some were rolled, some were folded, some were just hung there. In the hospitality business, Read More >

The Story of Myrtle Beach

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Early History You may wonder how Myrtle Beach got its name. The area’s first inhabitants were the Waccamaw and Winyah Indians, who named the region Chicora, meaning “the land.” Kings Highway, a major thoroughfare through the Myrtle Beach area began as an Indian trail long before Europeans settled along the Grand Strand. Later, this trail Read More >

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