Running a hospitality business has its own unique risks.
One of the big differences between insuring a hospitality business and other businesses is the need for innkeepers’ legal liability insurance. You have an obligation under the law to keep your guests’ belongings secure, safe, and in some cases, you can be held responsible for loss or damage. What’s more, because the legal requirements can vary from state to state, your insurance needs can be complex.
Other unique risks for the hospitality industry.
If your hospitality business also includes a restaurant or bar, a liquor liability policy is a must-have. Offering valet services, either for the restaurant or guests lodging with you, creates another risk factor that requires attention. Airport and local shuttles are also popular amenities, but they also carry their own specialized coverage needs.