In the climate of lockdown, lots of people began to pay more attention to the smaller details of life and started seeking enjoyment from the little things. This resulted in plenty of homeowners as well as hospitality businesses joining the trend of dressing their dinner tables as well as possible. The aim is to do this in a stylish, elaborate and generally aesthetically pleasing way.
This year has been challenging for the hospitality industry. Covid-19 lockdown restrictions have put increasing pressure on cafes, bars, restaurants and hotels, forcing them to adapt quickly to keep customers interested and make money in a time of uncertainty. If you manage a restaurant, there’s no doubt that you’ll be searching for innovative ways to protect your business throughout the current lockdown. To help you out, we’ve listed seven creative ways to attract new diners and retain loyal customers.
A great menu may impress your restaurant diners, but it’s the ambience that will keep them coming back time and time again! By focusing on the ambience of your restaurant and making sure your diners enjoy a memorable experience, you will quickly become a firm favourite amongst couples, families and groups of friends. Luckily, enhancing the ambience of your restaurant doesn’t have to be difficult. Just a few simple and cost-effective steps can be enough to boost your reputation and establish customer loyalty amongst your existing diners. Here are just some of our favourite tips!
Recently, we shared our top tips on how to offer your restaurant diners personalised service, but making hotel guests feel welcome is equally as important in the hospitality industry. Overnight guests want to feel like they’re staying in a home away from home, and whether they’re travelling for business or pleasure, making this a reality should be at the heart of your hotel’s ethos. Even if you manage a corporate hotel designed for business travellers, creating a warm and inviting atmosphere is sure to enhance their experience and make your establishment stand out. With this in mind, here are our top tips on how to offer your hotel guests personalised service.
No matter what type of business you run, whether it’s a small restaurant requiring tablecloth linen or a busy kitchen in need of chef uniforms, there are many reasons why you should consider outsourcing your laundry requirements. While many business owners may think it makes more sense to purchase a domestic washing machine and take care of the laundry themselves, there’s plenty of reasons why this could put them out of pocket down the line. Read on for four ways domestic washing machines can cost your business over time.
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