Added: 30 April 2021 Meetings and conferences generate big business for hotels. The pandemic made a big mess of that. On the rebound, hoteliers are eager to see that demand segment return. The arrival of COVID-19 vaccines – coupled with a societal eagerness to get out of the house – has led to a relatively robust bounce in leisure travel, which helped underpin a listless hospitality business. Add Zoom fatigue of workers to the list of travel motivators and the return of medium-sized and large-scale gatherings do not seem to be too far behind. That’s good news for hotels, as […]
Added: 29 April 2021 The new formats focus on the environment and digitisation, but without forgetting new types of rooms and larger common areas. Comfort, multi-functionality and a green approach. These are the keywords of tomorrow’s hotellerie, as perceived by Nicola De Pellegrini, architect and designer with a focus on the hotel sector. “In the past few years, the question for the sector has always been how to acquire younger consumers and how to ride the new trends,” he said in an interview with Il Sole Ore Sole 24 Ore. He stressed that the new generations are much more […]
For hoteliers, the well-being and health of guests and staff are of the utmost importance. In the wake of COVID-19 and rising hygienic concerns, what additional precautionary measures should hotels take to protect the health integrity of its environment? Step 1: Assess your Current Plan of Action and Cleaning Regimen Hospitality professionals pride themselves on high attention to detail. Proactively ensuring proper sanitation throughout the property to prevent the spread of concerning germs and viruses is no exception. Thorough planning and execution across all departments will not only maximize efficiency, but will ensure a united, connected culture during […]
Dining out during a pandemic might not be one of the most enticing events, however the Horeca editorial team gladly accepted the invitation to dine at Root 81 and experience the launch of the restaurant’s new menu.
Most of the tourism industry agrees with what Tony Zahra, president of the Malta Hotels and Restaurants Association (MHRA), said during a webinar organised by Horeca Magazine: offer free flights to the islands in a bid to attract tourists.
A visit to Unistores Ltd. facility led Kristina Cassar Dowling to discuss the ins and outs of logistic services in Malta. Tonio Ciantar shares his account of the company’s recipe for success. Unistores (Services) Ltd. is a logistics service company that forms part of FG & Co Group and which also focuses on retailing, food services and construction materials in Malta.
What are the major trends and concepts which will affect hospitality in the next ten years? Tourism Consultant Joseph Galea shares his thoughts in this feature which was prepared before the COVID-19 pandemic but the importance of issues like customer engagement and paying more than lip service to the issue of sustainability, both during and after this pandemic, is stronger than ever.
The Institute of Tourism Studies is one of the partners in the EU-funded Life Foster project, aimed at reducing food waste in the restaurant industry.
Co-financed by the EU Commission LIFE Programme and led by the Italian network for VET, ENAIP NET, the LIFE FOSTER project aims at reducing waste in the restaurant industry.
At this moment, more than ever, key local brands are standing out as stalwarts of our daily lives – and Benna is one of them. Here, Jo Caruana discovers the latest news from Debbie Eacott, Group Chief Business Development Officer for the KPH Group, and discovers how this giant of the dairy industry has found success thanks to its commitment to quality and continuous improvement.