Why food and beverages are so important in a boutique hotel?

Why food and beverages are so important in a boutique hotel?

Your hotel may be super cool, well-embellished, in a brilliant location, and have lots of exciting facilities, but it will always come down to the personality and appeal of your food and beverage operations that will develop loyal and passionate followers. Let’s have a look at what a boutique hotel is, who stays there, and why?

A boutique hotel is usually having200 rooms to the max.Itis often in urban surroundings, although not always, with every hotel having an individual personality, which includes elegant, eclectic, and interesting décor and features that make the experience different.  The service tends to be individualized and more connected, where small differences and points of service make it stand out.

Why are people drawn to vibrant, contemporary, and attractive food and beverage options?It is this environment of fashion-forward design and interesting décor in “happening” locations wherein both enterprise and pleasure travellers are pushing the trend, and we are seeing many migrate to this style of the hotel. For some, it is the “see and be seen” type of atmosphere. For others, it is really the enjoyment of a unique and different experience where each hotel has its own personality.This does go- against-the-grain when compared to the consistency and dependability of the big brand’s hotels, so for a boutique hotel, it is important that the experience be memorable.The belongings have to offer unique experiences; even surprises that make every visit distinguish itself from the competition. This is where your restaurants and bars come in; it is a natural fit.

 

Why food and beverages are so essential?

There are numerous reasons, however, let’s begin with the obvious:

First, each meal should be an important part of any stay and not just “eating”, but“dining”: eating is a necessary function while dining is experiential and should be an exciting and memorable experience. This encounter may be touted, shared, and photographed, or simply just enjoyed as a relaxing moment with the family.

Secondly, let’s talk about guest engagement. An average visit to the front desk is about five minutes.  The average time spent in a restaurant engaging with your staff may be an hour or two per day. The average person spends around 32,000 hours of their life eating so there is no better way to get to know your guests and keep their loyalty than in this kind of environment.

Lastly, money talks and great food and beverage will attract more rupees to your property.  In this point in time, successful restaurant revenue can overtake the room’s revenue!  The downside is that it is much less profitable than guest room revenue, and I think that’s why owners and operators have shied away from it.

So, go to Binori and satisfy your appetite with delicious food.

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