Over the last year or so, Hotel News Now has featured stories relating to how hotels work around the season. Here’s a look at how hotels celebrate fall: Hotels in the United States and Mexico host events and celebrations around Day of the Dead and Halloween, which GMs said helps to book rooms and boost food-and-beverage sales. The Whiteface Lodge in Lake Placid, New York, has a variety of family-friendly activities on-property, and the hotel is booked for Halloween. “We sell out for Halloween each year and offer consistent annual activities guests have come to expect, such as trick-or-treating, games, scary decorations and Halloween movies in the theater,” said Shawn Goodway, GM at the hotel. “Some parents make a point of coming to the lodge every year so that kids can enjoy the Halloween fun.” Another way to draw guests during the fall season is by refreshing F&B menus to include festive cocktails and fall colors, according to hoteliers from independent hotels. Get the full story at HNN