Hotel reviews can be one of the most influential areas when it comes to gaining new and repeat customers. It’s generally accepted that the higher your hotel ranks, the more bookings you will receive and this could help you overtake your competitors. But, 5* reviews need to be earned before you can reap the rewards. So, what can you do to improve your customer reviews?
Have you considered hiring chef’s wear for your business? Just like many other industries, chefs require a uniform too so they remain safe while cooking and look the part too. Instead of buying uniforms that you have to maintain yourself, hiring everything you need is often a lot more convenient no matter what kind of food-related business you run. Here are four business that can benefit from chef’s wear.
If your hotel is looking tired and old, it could be time for a little TLC. As a hotel owner, your premises welcomes hundreds of guests every day so you must create a great first impression and ensure that their experience meets their expectations. Luckily, there are plenty of ways that you can give your hotel a facelift, many of which are very affordable. Here are four top ways that you can give your hotel a much-needed uplift.
Running your own business is a real achievement, who wouldn’t want to be their own boss? If you’re thinking about taking the hotel route, you must think about some of the external services that you may need to help with the day to day running of your hotel. Here are three of the services that you should consider.
The restaurant industry is increasingly becoming more and more environmentally conscious. This is undoubtedly a good thing and something to be celebrated and supported. The fact is, we are becoming more and more conscious about the impact of the restaurant industry and how it impacts our carbon footprint. With this in mind, here in this blog, we list a few simple ways that you can make your restaurant more environmentally friendly.
Your dream hotel guest will depend on the type of hotel you run. Perhaps you manage a luxury hotel that often attracts couples seeking a romantic getaway or maybe you run an affordable, child-friendly hotel popular amongst families. No matter the type of hotel you manage, you could be missing out if you haven’t found ways to make your establishment attractive to business travellers.
In the rush to seat customers, take orders and whip up delicious meals, it can be easy to focus too much on the bigger picture, rather than creating a unique experience for the people most important to your business. For you and your employees, days at work may simply roll into one. No matter how much you enjoy your job, the weeks can still pass by quickly! However, for your diners, eating in your restaurant isn’t just about food - it’s an experience.
The primary goal of every hotel manager is to impress their guests. Happy guests are loyal customers, so making sure every person who stays in your hotel leaves feeling relaxed and refreshed is vitally important to the success of your establishment. A key part of this is making sure your guests are satisfied with their bedroom, as this is the part of your hotel they will spend most of their time in.
If you manage a holiday home, whether it’s a quaint log cabin in the forest or a beachside chalet, you’ll know just how important it is to offer an exceptional guest experience. After all, this is what brings in business and encourages guests to visit time and time again.
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