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  • Writer's pictureMaddie Cohen

The Importance of Hotel Security

Does your hotel have a strong security presence?

While they may seem like an unnecessary investment, security guards will reduce your risk of property damage and safeguard your bottom line. Most importantly, they’ll help protect your hotel guests and staff from undue harm.

This post will describe the importance of hotel security.

Why Do Hotels Need Security?

Like it or not, some criminals target hotels. This is because hotels have many people going in and out—often with valuables like electronic devices and jewelry.

Yet in most in cases, hotel staff have little to no professional security training. They may be familiar with the hotel’s emergency response protocol but feel uncertain about what to do if things escalate.

This is where designated hotel security staff come in. In addition to serving as a visual deterrent, professional security guards have the training your establishment needs to keep crime at bay.

What Do Hotel Security Guards Do?

Your security needs may vary depending on your hotel type and location. For example, a hotel in a high-crime neighborhood may attract more nefarious activity. Conversely, if your hotel is known for welcoming high-profile guests like politicians, it may be more of a target.

And of course, hotels that also serve as wedding and event venues always benefit from having a security presence. Regardless of your situation, security guards will keep an eye on your lobby and event rooms, monitor your parking lot, and deescalate potential threats.

By hiring a security service, you can make sure you’re covered in all situations. Your hotel business will grow stronger as a result.

Contact Umbrella Security Services Today

Are you interested in learning more about our security services?

Connect with our team today, and we’ll discuss how our solutions can help you and your business.

Please contact us to schedule your complimentary consult with Umbrella.

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