Tuesday , June 26 2018

Food & Beverage

Why is a good breakfast buffet important to guests?

A breakfast brings many benefits to guests that accommodation providers may not initially think about. A satisfying breakfast adds ease and comfort to a guest’s stay, making it a far more pleasant experience overall. Not only is breakfast the most important meal of the day, it is also the most important amenity when staying at a hotel, large or small. Your property …

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Think F&B for 2016: ten thoughts to consider

“Everyone eats!” is the motto I cite far too often to express the importance of having stellar food and beverage operations, both in terms of service delivery as well as the ingenuity of your cuisine. ‘Fine’ does not cut it anymore and unless you are constantly attempting to improve your operations, you run the risk of instilling complacency and a …

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Quality important in portion-control beverages

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Your staff might be the friendliest on record, the rooms the ultimate in attractive design and your hotel or motel may boast the most up to date in-room technology available, but when it comes to making your guests feel at home, little can compete with the beverage they are very likely to avail themselves of shortly after putting their bags …

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In a glass of its own

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At formal events and high-end parties, glass drinkware is usually preferred because glass is often considered a status symbol, much like real crystal glasses.

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Mini-Bar trends to boost your business

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Investing in the latest mini-bar technology and trends can reduce your servicing costs, aid convenience, boost energy efficiency and cost-effectiveness as well as increase your in room revenue. But what is this new technology, and how can changing your approach to mini-bars boost your property’s profits?

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In a Glass of its Own

Glass

At formal events and high-end parties, glass drinkware is usually preferred because glass is often considered a status symbol, much like real crystal glasses.

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