Articles tagged “food and beverage”

Hotels

Ace Hotel Chain Acquired for $85 Million by Hospitality Firm Sortis: Analysis

Ace only has about a dozen properties, but it has punched above its weight in brand impact. Here's our analysis of whether Sortis is a good home and if $85 million is a good price.

Ace Hotel Chain Acquired for $85 Million by Hospitality Firm Sortis: Analysis

Hotels

Hotels Raise the Bar on Mocktails With Eye on Health-Conscious Travelers

Hotel brands increasingly showcasing non-alcoholic drinks is a major shift considering hotels have long viewed alcohol as a significant revenue producer. But the growing emphasis on healthier travel has steered them toward a major opportunity to increase profits.

Hotels Raise the Bar on Mocktails With Eye on Health-Conscious Travelers

Hotels

Kenya’s Big Global Hotel Chains Shift to Local Foods to Entice Visitors

Hotels must ensure that they are in touch with every bit of the local culture, including food. While some are trying to include local food in their menus, it's worrying that many luxury hotels feel that international cuisine is the standard for luxury.

Kenya’s Big Global Hotel Chains Shift to Local Foods to Entice Visitors

Skift Meetings

Are Food Trucks a Safer Alternative for Event Food and Beverage?

Eye-catching branding, unique culinary offerings, and convenience make food trucks an attractive alternative to standard event catering. Now, increased attendee safety is an important asset as well.

Are Food Trucks a Safer Alternative for Event Food and Beverage?

Tourism

Food Tourism Is the Perfect Entrée for Greener Travel

It’s Earth Day 2022, marking yet another year on this planet with our outward cries on climate change and way too empty preachings on practicing sustainability. We all know for greener travel, change starts from the top down, or in the case of food tourism, from the Earth up. So ... who is really doing something?

Food Tourism Is the Perfect Entrée for Greener Travel

Hotels

Hotels Refurbish to Take Advantage of More Guests Dining in Their Rooms

The pandemic has fundamentally changed the future of room service delivery methods, menus, and guest room design.

Hotels Refurbish to Take Advantage of More Guests Dining in Their Rooms

Hotels

Boutique Hotels Turn to Artisanal Coffee Programs for a Wake-Up Call on Service

Hotels would be wise to ditch the powdered dairy and differentiate themselves by aligning with local roasters for artisanal coffee programs. While that might come with a dip in immediate profits, cross-branding and foot traffic could ultimately enhance properties’ bottom line.

Boutique Hotels Turn to Artisanal Coffee Programs for a Wake-Up Call on Service

Cruises

Carnival Passengers Are Spending Big Onboard

Pent-up demand isn't merely the desire to start traveling again. In the case of Carnival Corp. passengers, it means spending big to enjoy life during sailings.

Carnival Passengers Are Spending Big Onboard

Hotels

Why Grubhub Took Over Room Service at Resorts World Las Vegas

Expect more attempts by tech companies to become outsourced vendors for hospitality companies. Resorts want to manage their labor costs tightly during the pandemic.

Why Grubhub Took Over Room Service at Resorts World Las Vegas

Airlines

Will Airport Mobile Ordering and Deliveries Have a Future Post-Pandemic?

Some may wonder if airport mobile ordering and delivery is a pandemic fad or a trend. The answer will come quickly for anyone who’s spent an extended amount of time in airports. It’s only a matter of time before competitors start popping up.

Will Airport Mobile Ordering and Deliveries Have a Future Post-Pandemic?