Thursday, September 21, 2017

Tag Archives: Food and beverage

The secret to F&B success

With the new Cliveden Bar & Dining making up part of a $6 million makeover of Pullman Melbourne on the Park, Accomnews spoke exclusively with AccorHotels’ Kevin Milner, director of procurement and food & beverage strategy, about the importance of keeping up to date with hotels’ food and beverage offerings.

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Eliminating the off-season

Consider this your quarterly performance audit, but thinking a bit more ambitiously, it is already time to look ahead to 2018! Now is the perfect time to reevaluate the goal we proclaimed at the beginning of January, but there's also enough time to plan something bold for next year.

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Outdoor laws: What you need to know

Outdoor spaces are a great asset for accommodation providers, providing a perfect setting for guests to relax, dine or drink. With smoking laws continuing to change in many states, and particularly with the introduction of a new Victorian smoking policy this week, Accomnews looks at how venues can make the most of their outdoor spaces with regards to new and existing health and safety regulations.

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Why F&B should be central to your hotel

What draws guests to your hotel? With Australians becoming increasingly interested in eating out and travelling for gastronomic experiences, it’s important for hotels to consider both their own food and beverage options, as well as the sought-after options surrounding the premises and enticing potential guests.

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SA budget delivers lift for tourism

Budget measures announced in the 2017-18 South Australian Budget will deliver positive outcomes for small businesses in the state’s tourism and hospitality sectors, according to peak industry body Restaurant & Catering Australia (R&CA).

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