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8 Reasons Why Hotels Should Offer Valet Parking

Would you like to transform your hotel’s parking to become a highly profitable part of your hotel that attracts additional customers and revenue and improves your customer satisfaction? Expanding your valet parking can help you increase your hotel’s parking revenue, profit and customer satisfaction.

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restaurant and hotel safety: preventing and managing accidents and inury

 Restaurant and Hotel Safety: Preventing and Managing Accidents and Incidents

When it comes to restaurant and hotel safety, hospitality owners must be proactive in addressing the threats to their business. In terms of preventing and managing accidents and incidents, this means developing and implementing a system of safeguards that minimize exposure. This article will focus on accidents and incidents due to slips and falls, cuts and burns and foreign objects found in food.

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restaurant sustainable practices

The Challenges Restaurants Face in Going Green and What to Do

The transformation of the foodservice business model to incorporate restaurant sustainable practices is not simple, but momentum is making it easier and more important than ever. Using carefully established strategies have proven to both produce a profit bonus and enhance community image to operators who use them intelligently.

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restaurant expense

Concentrating on Restaurant Expense Loss

Restaurant expense loss controls and regular management can be the difference between restaurant success and failure. Bringing in a third-party to review all expense categories, purchase and receiving processes and policies, maintenance and operating procedures will result in increased profits.

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service excellence

Service, Profit or Both? It’s All About the Balance

Hotel service excellence is an integral part of your success and it can be the differentiating factor. The point is that you can’t win with service alone; you have to get the other parts right as well. To be successful, the operator must understand his or her customer expectations, and consistently meet and exceed those expectations.

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