The researcher states that the nature of the problem requires that the staff offering housekeeping services obtain more training as a way of enhancing their effectiveness in the delivery of this service to customers. The training will equip the staff with the necessary skills needed to ensure service delivery is up to date. The upgrading of the Property Management Systems will also ensure that the failures in the hotel identified easily and countered before they lead to massive customer effects that would signal dissatisfaction that would lead to loss of customers. Through the implementation of these two solutions, the problem at Palomar Hotel proves easy to detect earlier and handle to maintain the level of service delivery. From the above, the thesis of the study is to develop the two solutions of staff training and improvement of Property Management Systems in order to address the problem of slow housekeeping services at the hotel. Through the thesis, the problem will become addressed and will help guide the company back into proper customer management aspects that will promote the service delivery and promote customer satisfaction. These are all detailed in the body of the work that follows. The different solutions as provided in the introduction are the provision of additional training for the staff that deals with housekeeping services and the upgrading of the Property Management Systems (PMS). Considering these aspects in relation to the customer comments that reflected the time taken for cleaning a room, the delays in response to customer calls and the delays in delivery of towels that indicated delays in responding to customer needs, the company needs to ensure the situation improves to avoid major effects in customer satisfaction. Additional training to the staff to provide more refresher information to guide them in responding to customer requests will improve the level of speed with which housekeeping services are conducted. Additional training will enable the employees to learn how to handle customer request and the response to give to ensure the customer feels attended to.