The past decade has fared well for the restaurant industry, especially the casual concepts. But with increased competition, can ‘good food, fast food’ really be enough? As we take a peek into the future, turns out, quality food and convenience will only get you so far. Thoughtful, unique interior design is critical in getting customers through the door and keep them coming back for more. Take a look at these restaurant design trends that will have you prepared for the future.
In today’s age of social media where every individual’s opinion is typed out in 140 characters or fewer, an old Sanskrit saying “Atithi Devo Bhavah” is perhaps a more pronounced mantra on how to treat guests. Be it a luxury Four Seasons or a budget Premier Inn, all guests are entitled to a warm welcome, a friendly face, attentive service and a lot more. This article shares a few interesting insights on what exactly modern travelers want and expect from their stay at your hotel.
As establishments, hotels pride themselves on being luxurious experiences. But now, a greater call is taking over – and that is a need to be operationally efficient. Can new age architecture and design help achieve that?
Restaurants have become a very competitive market. Now more than ever it’s essential to keep the guests satisfied and provide them with the best experience. In this article, I’m going to explore certain factors that influence customers to choose a restaurant, and the things that should take the forefront as far as improving guest experience is concerned.
Technology has always been instrumental in reshaping the world time and again. And when it touches almost every other aspect of our life, how can we expect hotels to remain unaffected? Here are some examples of what the hotel rooms of the future are going to look like – and it looks really exciting!
Hotels An Enigma is a book with deep insight into the wonderful world of hospitality. It must be read by all those involved or connected with the hospitality world. It makes a very informative reading even for those using the hotels or its products like the restaurants of the meeting places.