At Amanda J. Dennis & Associates, we customize our consulting services based on the type of property, the needs of ownership and management, the location, and the market.
With more than 30 years experience in the hotel and hospitality industry, we’ve assisted with marketing and revenue management for virtually all types of properties, including:
“No one I know can destruct, find the major flaws, and re-construct a hotel as fast as Amanda. She also has a great way of putting the hotel staff at ease, and focusing them so that they can perform better. People walk away feeling more confident and with a winning attitude after working with her. Don’t get me wrong, she will hold accountable and release (or advise) those who are not willing to make the changes to turn the ship around. But in general her positive outlook is infectious and staff look at their hotel and jobs differently when she is done.”
“Amanda is a high energy, very talented professional who sets high standards for herself and everyone she works with. She is a highly motivational leader to her people and a trusted colleague for her the people with whom she works. She is an extraordinarily good communicator and can work at high levels in groups both large and small. She is focused in her approach and highly accountable for everything she does.”
"There is no question about whether Amanda possesses the skills necessary to be successful in the ventures she signs on with. On paper alone, her resume speaks for itself as well as all the testimonials from existing clients like me. What I would challenge any future client of Amanda’s with is the inevitable transitioning out period. Amanda delivers what is asked and so much more and it was a struggle for us to say good-bye when the project concluded….that should tell you how valuable her contributions are. Amanda became a part of our team and so much more. Amanda thinks like an owner in terms of dollars and cents and has the ability to be passionate about projects that she is only a part of for a short time—passionate to the point of treating the project as if it was her own personal business."