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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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It’s Game of Thrones season: should you heat up your venue?

Guests expect cooler evenings but seek al fresco drinking, dining and socialising as part of their experience. What if winter nights are a too bit cool to enjoy outdoor life? After all, you want your guests to shiver with excitement, not because they are bitterly cold. Most accommodation properties, if possible, want to provide fantastic outdoor facilities for their guests …

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Road test your guest’s sleep experience

Have you ever taken a nap in one of your guest beds? Have you wrapped yourself in the bedding to get a first-hand sense of your guest’s sleep experience? If your answer is no, then you should make it a priority…

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How to make your hotel family friendly

According to the Holiday Inn Resort, family holidays are the perfect opportunity for kids to “explore new destinations, make friends, and rediscover what it means to have fun”. Accomnews looked at some of the ways hotels are making themselves accessible to families, as well as how they can accommodate for all guests and generations under the one roof.

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TripAdvisor launches ‘enhancements’

TripAdvisor has announced the launch of Storyboard, a new photo tool that aims to make it easy for managers to blend together their best photos and top reviews into a promotional preview of their accommodation that engages potential guests. 

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Are sleeping pods putting airport hotels at risk?

Over the past five years, futuristic ‘sleeping’ pods have been taking root everywhere from airport lounges to inner city bars. Varying in size, shape and price-per-hour, the simple sleeping solution is ideal for tired travellers who are waiting for their next flight – but what impact does this have on traditional budget airport accommodation?

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