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French baguette given UNESCO protection

Freshly baked news: the baguette, the long, crusty loaf bread that is a delicious staple of French life, has been awarded special protected status, placing it in a culinary pantheon alongside other regional food delicacies from around the world…
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6 brilliant video marketing ideas for hotels

Since the dawn of time, hotels have been trying to convince customers to visit them. But in an age where there are hundreds of thousands of options for people looking for places to stay, that’s never been more difficult…
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IN VINO VERITAS XCV: BUYING WINE AT AUCTION

The wine auction market affords an opportunity for the hotelier to add bottles to the property’s cellar that may not be available through conventional means, namely continual repurchasing orders through wine merchants…
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HOW COFFEE DRINKS CONTINUE TO EVOLVE

Having a variety of milks, personalized coffee experiences and locally sourced coffees and teas, as well as innovative breakfast cocktails, are more important than ever for the food and beverage operations of hotels…
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STAR CHEF’S TAKE ON SUCCEEDING IN THE KITCHEN

Pro-snowboarder turned three-time Michelin star Chef Akira Back recently opened his 20th restaurant, Akira Back Dallas with the majority of his locations inside high-end hotels such as Yellowtail at The Bellagio in Las Vegas, as well as restaurants…
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