Whether you are a restaurant owner or perhaps work in a food and catering environment, chances are you haven’t given much thought to table linen. I think it’s even safe to say that for most restaurant diner’s who have a discerning taste for a fine dining experience may well certainly dine without noticing anything on the table other than the food itself. As with many of us, very little thought has perhaps been given to the history of table linen.
Let’s be honest; the first thing you think about when walking into a hotel room is the bed and the linen. We’d all be lying if we said we didn’t look forward to sinking into the crisp sheets and thick, soft pillows on a hotel bed after a long day, whether you’ve been attending business meetings or simply exploring. There’s something quite special about staying in a big, luxurious hotel bed - but only if the bedding is right. Thin, scratchy sheets are the difference between a restful night or an uncomfortable sleep.
For many people, becoming a chef is a dream career move. Whether you fell in love with cooking from a young age or you’ve recently discovered you have a talent for combining flavours and creating delicious recipes, starting a career as a chef is something anyone can do at any stage of their life.
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.
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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