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No Vacancy Live and No Vacancy News


No Vacancy Live is the travel industry’s most exciting podcast. A fun, fast paced genre bending program peeling back the travel business veneer. 

Perfect for road warriors, leisure travelers and industry insiders, we look behind the scenes of the travel business by sharing stories, experiences, and with interviews featuring the industry’s biggest names.

The show is hosted by Glenn Haussman, a well know travel industry personality, renowned industry speaker, writer, consultant; and Anthony Melchiorri who had a successful 10 year run hosting Hotel Impossible on the Travel  Channel. 

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Jun 25, 2022

PR pro CJ Arlotta makes his second appearance on The Friday Night Audit. Tonight, he joins Glenn at the Haussman Resort, Pool Club and Smokehouse while Craig and Dave cry they're not there in person.

653: AAHOA's New Leadership

Jun 24, 2022

Today we're featuring AAHOA's new CEO Laura Lee Blake, as well as Chairman Neil Patel. We'll hear about the association's latest news and strategy as they begin a new era.

Jun 22, 2022

RFP season for 2023 is almost here and there are still questions about the full return of business travel. Lukasz Dabrowski of HRS joins the show to talk about projections for BT return and how sustainability and payment functionality is playing a part in which hotels are getting accepted into programs.

Jun 21, 2022

We have Marco Ortlam, Managing Director; and Daniel Diaz, Head of F&B, from the amazing Montage Los Cabos. We talk about what it's like running such a beautiful, sprawling property and how they've been able to reattract travel from domestic and international sources.

Jun 20, 2022

Sarah Eustis, CEO of Mainstreet Hospitality, joins us to talk about running a company that focuses on some of the more glamourous and unique independent properties in the county. How do they compete against the big brands and what can all hotels take away from the the way they operate?