Durango’s boutique inns evolve

Durango’s boutique inns evolve

The Rochester Hotel and Leland House adapt to meet COVID challenges
Megan Kelley puts finishing touches on the door frame at the Leland House. Kirk Komick, owner of the Rochester Hotel and the Leland House, said, “We’ve had time to put in new carpet, paint, and reorganize the lobby so it’s not so much face-to-face.”
Kirk Komick, co-owner of the Rochester Hotel and the Leland House, believes trends in tourism favor remote locales like Durango despite the immediate pressures put on inns by the decrease in travel during the COVID-19 pandemic.
New digital door looks allow the Rochester Hotel and Leland House to automate check-in and check-out while providing guests with touchless service during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Kirk Komick, co-owner of the Rochester Hotel and the Leland House, says changes made at the boutique inns need to be for the long-term and not simply a reaction to pressures put on the businesses by the novel coronavirus outbreak.

Durango’s boutique inns evolve

Megan Kelley puts finishing touches on the door frame at the Leland House. Kirk Komick, owner of the Rochester Hotel and the Leland House, said, “We’ve had time to put in new carpet, paint, and reorganize the lobby so it’s not so much face-to-face.”
Kirk Komick, co-owner of the Rochester Hotel and the Leland House, believes trends in tourism favor remote locales like Durango despite the immediate pressures put on inns by the decrease in travel during the COVID-19 pandemic.
New digital door looks allow the Rochester Hotel and Leland House to automate check-in and check-out while providing guests with touchless service during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Kirk Komick, co-owner of the Rochester Hotel and the Leland House, says changes made at the boutique inns need to be for the long-term and not simply a reaction to pressures put on the businesses by the novel coronavirus outbreak.
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