Tag: hotels

Strategy

How Marriott Plans to Boost Its Dining Strategy

7 months ago

Everyone in the restaurant industry wants a piece of that hotel money. But for the hotel brands, the bigger challenge is making sure that their dining concepts aren’t the same old, boring ones they’ve always had — and convincing both diners and chefs to buy in.

Strategy

Marriott Needs to Revamp Its Dining Strategy — and Knows It

7 months ago

So does everyone else in the hotel business these days. Hotel companies like Marriott certainly have the scale and financial backing to improve hotel dining, but do they have the passion or creativity to mimic the independent restaurants they're trying to imitate? And will diners be able to taste the difference?

Independents

Intelligentsia Coffee Expands New York Presence With Another Hotel Outpost

8 months ago

Today’s new luxury hotels are on the hunt to fill their F&B spaces with trendsetting partners. That’s why the owner of the soon-to-be TWA Hotel at JFK is looking to the Midwest to satisfy its caffeine craving.

Independents

Eleven Madison Park Expands to London With New Restaurant Concept

9 months ago

Make It Nice is keen on expansion. Will they succeed in Vegas and London where others have failed or will they continue to set their own course?

People

Interview: Michelin’s Old Boss Has New Culinary Goals at Jumeirah

9 months ago

What happens when a culinary tastemaker is handed the reins of a young culinary empire with deep pockets? We're about to find out.

Independents

Interview: How Art and Activism Inspire Change in Hotels and Restaurants

1 year ago

Gone are the days of the stodgy hotel restaurant. Now, restaurants within hotels play an integral role in the vibe, business model, and guest experience. There's also plenty of room to affect real change.

Strategy

Grubhub and OpenTable in Loyalty Partnership With Hotel Chain

2 years ago

Expect more travel brands to extend their reach into the dining experience going forward, especially since consumers have to eat every day and may only travel on occasion. And after all, the way to anyone's heart is through their stomachs, right?