Hotels Are Filling Up. Guest Stomachs, Too.
As F&B revenue continues to climb, hotels will need to be watchful of the bottom line, balancing increase in revenue with the growth in costs associated
Hoteliers Looking to F&B as Source of Profit Again
Breaking away from the traditional hoteliers’ approach and a mindset shift will help steer hotel F&B closer to its former glory
How to Promote your Facebook and Instagram Reserve Button
One tool dedicated exclusively to restaurants and can help drive revenue from social channels is the official Facebook and Instagram “Reserve” button
How to Get More Restaurant Reservations with Google
Getting the GMB basics right is very important so let’s look at a powerful way to drive bookings to your restaurant by adding a ‘Reserve a table’ button
How Restaurants Are Using Data and Analytics to Increase Profits
Let’s take a closer look at what data analytics are, how they affect the various aspects of a restaurant, and how you can use them to increase your revenue
How Your Restaurant Can Grow The Average Check Size
Growing your restaurant average check size is not just making guests spend more, but also making sure those who already spend a lot come back more often
How F&B Data Can Drive More Revenue For Hotel Groups
Integrating PMS and TMS data has the potential of driving up revenue per available room. This emerging trend is bound to become a staple in the industry
Grow Your Restaurant Revenue with the RevPASH Formula
Are you maximising dining space potential? You can look at revenue metrics, like average check size or total sale, but they don’t account for seat occupancy
How Can Hotels Use Half Board or Full Board to Drive Extra Revenue?
Let’s look at the commonly offered board packages. Why would someone book half board vs full board? How can hotels use these to drive extra revenue?
A Cautionary Tale for Hotels: Restaurant Supplies and Labor Costs Rising
Supplies and labor costs are rising in the restaurant segment; it’s a similar story for hotels. Are prospective customers willing to pay higher rates?