Proceeds from the sale of 100 Tips for Hoteliers will be donated to the Duke of Edinburgh Cup charity.
Author: Peter Venison
Category: Business & Economics
Twenty-two years ago, author Peter Venison's Hotel Management became a best seller in the hotel and tourism industry, labeled a "must read" on the curriculum of every hotel school, and landed on the bookshelf of every hotel manager. Despite many requests for a follow-up volume, Venison declined, on the basis that he had nothing new to say. Now he does. Holed up for several weeks in five star hotels while concluding a complicated business deal, Venison realized that the standards offered by the industry still fall short of perfection. As a result, he has put pen to paper to produce this handy catalogue of suggestions to hoteliers, based upon his considerable personal experience as a hotelier and perpetual hotel guest. 100 Tips for Hoteliers guides you from the inception of a hotel to its opening and operation, offering practical tips for each stage of the journey. It should prove equally useful to hotel school students as a checklist of what they can expect, and also to practicing hotel managers as a reminder of their responsibilities. Proceeds from the sale of 100 Tips for Hoteliers will be donated to the Duke of Edinburgh Cup charity.
Venison, P (2005) 100 Tips for Hoteliers: What Every Successful Hotel
Professional Needs to Know and Do, Lincoln, NE: iUniverse. Waldthausen, V and
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Author: Roy C Wood
Category: Business & Economics
"An innovative and cross-cutting approach to Hospitality that examines the fundamentals of the subject in a concise and commendable way. Roy Wood’s academic and practitioner expertise is brought to bear on this succinct synthesis of the subject that will quickly become a must read for all students and academics in the hospitality area." - Professor Stephen J. Page, Bournemouth University Hospitality Management: A Brief Introduction is designed for undergraduate and postgraduate students studying hotel and hospitality management and hospitality studies. The book includes coverage of the principal areas of functional management in hospitality including: employee relations accommodation management food and beverage management marketing and sales industry structure and strategy the nature of management roles hospitality management education future trends in the field. Roy Wood uses a wide range of established and contemporary research and reflects critically on its subject, including from the perspective of the hospitality consumer, to ensure that readers gain wide awareness of the realities and challenges of the hospitality industry.
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Author: Jennifer Bobrow Burns
Publisher: Infobase Publishing
Category: Business & Economics
Whether you want to spend your days outside leading tours or in the kitchen preparing delicious meals for customers, the travel and hospitality industries offer a diverse array of career opportunities.
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Author: Roy C. Wood
Category: Business & Economics
This book offers students a uniquely concise, accessible and comprehensive introduction to hotel accommodation management that covers the range of managerial subjects and disciplines in the sector. The book focuses on enduring aspects of the accommodation management function (front office management, housekeeping, revenue management); the changing context of hotel accommodation provision (the move to ‘asset light’, the supply of accommodation, trends in hotel investment and asset management, the challenges engendered by social media and the collaborative economy to the hotel market); and the role of accommodation in additional and integrated facilities and markets (spas, resorts, MICE markets). International case studies illustrating examples of practice in the industry are integrated throughout, along with study questions and other features to aid understanding and problem solving. This is essential reading for all hospitality and hotel management students.
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Author: Liz Carmack
Publisher: Texas A&M University Press
From rural towns to mid-size cities to urban metropolises and in every region of the state, more than sixty historic hotels welcome overnight lodgers in Texas. After traveling at least 20,000 miles to visit these unique accommodations first-hand, author Liz Carmack has written the essential guide for anyone looking for out-of-the-ordinary lodging or travel destinations. Historic Hotels of Texas includes detailed profiles of sixty-four hotels that are at least fifty years old, have been in operation as places of lodging for the majority of their existence, and are still open today. Ranging from stagecoach inns and railroad hotels to resort and community-built lodging, some facilities have retained the flavor of their origins; others have become sleek commercial establishments or have been transformed into trendy, boutique locations. Anticipating the diverse interests of travelers, Carmack offers advice in her introduction to help readers choose hotels according to taste and occasion. Whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway, booking a fishing trip, planning a ghost hunting excursion, or going on a cycling tour, Historic Hotels of Texas offers the perfect lodging option to complement your interests. In her description for each hotel, Carmack includes fascinating historical nuggets and focuses on special characteristics that create the unique ambience so often found in these living tributes to the past. An “Essentials” sidebar includes contacts for reservations, room rates, payment methods, parking, and pet accommodations as well as details about amenities and facilities. The author notes the hotel’s historic registration status and also offers a tip or two from her experiences. Together, the information summaries and insider tips give readers the details they need to choose the hotels that best suit their tastes and to make the most of their visits. Historic Hotels of Texas is indispensable for travelers interested in both a good night’s sleep and the culture and history of the great state of Texas.
Let go of your inner perfectionist and remember that rooms are for living. These are a few of the central principles behind Remodelista: The Organized Home, the new book from the team behind the inspirational design site Remodelista.com.
Author: Julie Carlson
Publisher: Artisan Books
Category: House & Home
Buy fewer (and better) things. Store like with like. Get rid of the plastic. Display—don’t stash—your belongings. Let go of your inner perfectionist and remember that rooms are for living. These are a few of the central principles behind Remodelista: The Organized Home, the new book from the team behind the inspirational design site Remodelista.com. Whether you’re a minimalist or someone who takes pleasure in her collections, we all yearn for an unencumbered life in a home that makes us happy. This compact tome shows us how, with more than 100 simple and stylish tips, each clearly presented and accompanied by full-color photographs that are sure to inspire. Readers will learn strategies for conquering their homes’ problem zones (from the medicine cabinet to the bedroom closet) and organizing tricks and tools that can be deployed in every room (embrace trays; hunt for unused spaces overhead; decant everything). Interviews with experts, ranging from kindergarten teachers to hoteliers, offer even more ingenious ideas to steal. It all adds up to the ultimate home organizing manual.
Variety is the spice of life, and knowing to prepare the different cuisines of the states, enhances the taste buds. This book contains many mouthwatering Indian dishes, their detailed recipes and their predominant role in Indian culture.
Author: KRISHNA GOPAL DUBEY
Publisher: PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd.
Category: Social Science
Variety is the spice of life, and knowing to prepare the different cuisines of the states, enhances the taste buds. This book contains many mouthwatering Indian dishes, their detailed recipes and their predominant role in Indian culture. The simple language and guidelines provide excellent introduction to theory and practices of the regional cooking procedures in Indian states. The book serves a platter of history of spices, their origin, the religious and medicinal impact of these spices, different cooking utensils and their usage, various methods of cooking and many finger-licking recipes. The text discusses the traditional and special delights of the four broad regions—East, West, North and South. The staple food and their occasion-oriented backdrop dominate all the descriptions. The recipes are simple, tested and standardized so that they can be easily adaptable by the students and professionals of college and food service organizations. Intended for undergraduate and postgraduate students of hotel management, this textbook will also be useful for the hoteliers and budding professional chefs. KEY FEATURES : The book covers : Staple diet of the people of different religions, cultures and customs Varied usage of spices and composite masalas Different types of gravies used Innumerable dishes and their preparations Various domestic tips for kitchen management Guidelines on keeping the kitchen fresh and free of odours Complete Indian cuisine integrated in one compendium
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