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.
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.
Table linens are the lifeblood of a restaurant. Soaking up any spillages, covering the furniture, linen napkins for wiping faces – the list is truly endless. This is the reason why we need to take special care of linen tablecloths, napkins and even tea towels. Follow these top tips and you can keep your kitchen linens in the best possible condition. As we mentioned, table and kitchen linens take a real hammering, what with wine spills, candle wax drips, lipstick marks and food staining.
Johnsons Hotel, Restaurant & Catering Linen by Stalbridge is a trading name of Johnsons Textile Services Limited, registered in England and Wales with company number 00464645.
Registered office: c/o Johnson Service Group PLC, Abbots Park, Monks Way, Preston Brook, Cheshire, WA7 3GH.
©2020 Johnsons Restaurant & Catering Linen by Stalbridge. All rights reserved.
Design by Hive.Agency