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Steve Muehler - Commercial Insurance - provides insurance for all types of Hospitality & Leisure Industry Risks, and implements a customized approach to designing a Hospitality & Leisure Insurance & Financial Services Risk Management Program that meets the Insureds needs. Every Hospitality & Leisure Business is generally unique, so the 'cookie-cutter' approach to Hospitality & Leisure Insurance can result in coverage gaps or overpaying of premiums. 

Areas of Specialization: 

  • Full-Service Luxury Hotels

  • Business Class Hotels

  • Conference Centers

  • Economy Motels

  • Vacation & Spa Resorts

  • Ski & Golf Resorts

  • Guest & Dude Ranches

  • Casino Hotels

  • Boutique Lodging

  • Franchise Hotels

  • Dining, Bar & Entertainment 

Commercial Insurance Programs - Specialty:

  • Liquor Liability

  • Spa & Grooming Liability

  • Auto Liability

  • Food Borne Illness & Pollution

  • Terrorism

  • Bedding, Refrigeration & Other Equipment

  • Washing Machines & Dryers

  • Landscaping & Exterior Construction

  • Personal Property - Owner / Guest

  • Card Key Systems

  • Disability & Medical

  • Catastrophic Management

  • Crisis Response

  • Business Loss

Commercial Insurance Programs:​​

  • General Liability 

  • Products and Completed Operations Liability

  • Professional Liability & Business Owner's Policies

  • Inland Marine

  • Property & Commercial Real Estate

  • Workers Compensation

  • Crime & Employee Dishonesty

  • Employment Practices Liability

  • Equipment Breakdown

  • Business Interruption

  • Directors & Officers Liability

  • Cyber Liability & Data Breach

  • Commercial Auto Insurance

  • Commercial Insurance Policies for Specific Scenarios

  • Umbrella Insurance

  • Commercial Surety Bonds

  • Kidnap, Ransom & Extortion (foreign and domestic)

Steve Muehler - Commercial Insurance works with some of the best Hospitality & Leisure Industry Insurance Carriers (domestic and international) in the Industry on a daily basis and know exactly who to avoid and who to go with. We have access to multiple insurance companies, ultimately finding you the Best Coverage, the Most Accessibility and Industry Leading Competitive Pricing. As your Company Grows and your needs change, we are a phone call / email / text message away to help you adjust your coverage, up or down, to make sure your properly protected without overpaying.

Below you will find a link to our General Hospitality & Leisure Industry Commercial Insurance Application Form. In an order to "Get to Know You and Your Business Better" please complete as much (or as little) as you feel and send to us. This will allow us to have a general knowledge of your business before scheduling a time to speak (phone or video conference) or to meet in person.

The Global Hotel & Leisure Market:


  • As of 2019, there are over 700,000 hotels and resorts worldwide. (Condor Ferries, 2020)

  • The hotel market is made up of over 4 million rooms worldwide. (Condor Ferries, 2020)

  • There are at least 91,000 hotels and motels in the US, around 52,000 of which are hotels. Collectively, they generate more than $194 billion of revenue annually. (Condor Ferries, 2020)

  • Hilton remains the world’s most valuable hospitality brand, with its value up by an impressive 35% despite the COVID-19 pandemic. (Brand Finance, 2020)

  • The average room rate in the US is $120.01 per night. (Condor Ferries, 2020)

  • On the other hand, Airbnb is currently considered the most valuable tourism and leisure brand, with a value of $10.5 billion. (Brand Finance, 2020)

  • 81% of travelers want greater digital customer service from hotel brands. (PwC, 2019)

  • Hospitality market data reveal that of all the sectors that make up the hospitality industry, air travel, accommodation, and food services, contribute over 50% of the total output. (SelectUSA)

  • Also, the hospitality industry exports accounted for up to 11% of total US exports in 2017. Moreover, the industry exports accounted for 32% of total US services exports. (SelectUSA)

  • In 2018, the travel and tourism industry accounts for 10.2% of the global GDP. (Deloitte, 2018)

  • In 2016, Asia accounts for more than 30% of the global $1 trillion business travel sector. (McKinsey & Company, 2016)

  • The travel and tourism sector is one of the fastest-growing industries, accounting for over 10% of the world’s GDP. (Sommet Education, 2019)

  • Apparently, large chains lose 10% to 15% of total revenue as commission paid to third-party booking services. On the other hand, small chains and small hotels pay between 18% and 22% of their revenue as commission to third-party services. (PwC, 2019)

  • The US needs $4.5 trillion to improve travel infrastructure by 2025 to prevent it from impacting GDP and job growth. (Deloitte, 2019)


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