If you own a holiday cottage, you’ll likely know just how important it is to make sure your property stands out from the crowd. With so many holiday homes to choose from all across the UK, how can you ensure guests choose to stay at your property rather than somewhere else? We’ve put together a few tips and tricks to make your holiday let stand out and ensure your guests continue to return.
Managing a restaurant is not the easiest of tasks. Today, competition in the hospitality industry is at an all-time high. Ensuring that your restaurant is always sparkling clean, tidy and maintained to the highest standards can be difficult, particularly if you have a high turnover. Once a customer leaves the table, the tablecloths and serviettes must be removed and replaced with fresh linen for new customers - and, each day, these dirty tablecloths must be cleaned.
With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, hotels all across the UK are shifting their focus on ensuring their guests have the perfect Valentine’s stay. Valentine’s Day is the perfect opportunity to draw guests to your hotel with some clever marketing techniques - after all, what better way to spend Valentine’s than with your loved one at a beautiful hotel? Below, we share our top tips for ensuring your guests have a stay to remember.
Running a successful kitchen can be challenging. From ensuring the fridge and freezer is always fully stocked to keeping the space clean and getting dishes out on time, there’s a lot for one person to handle. Your kitchen is the backbone of your entire restaurant; if your kitchen isn’t organised, it will soon cause problems in the restaurant. Below, we share four ways to ensure that your kitchen runs as efficiently as possible and you can meet customer demands.
Staying in a hotel can be a luxury experience, whether you’re away on business or on holiday, a good hotel should create a home away from home. It’s important that you make a good first impression which includes having comfortable hotel rooms with fresh linen, a hygienic bathroom and other facilities you may need. Nobody wants to sleep in dirty linen, in fact, this could result in very unhappy guests. The price of your hotel stay should be reflected in the entire experience that your guests will receive, such as the quality of your linen and how this creates the perfect atmosphere for their stay. So, how should you take care of your hotel linen? Read on for all you need to know.
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