Meal Ticket: Concocting concepts to boost F&B returns

Up and down hotel chain scales, food and beverage, and the operations thereof, continue to evolve and be redefined. No matter the type of hotel, F&B offerings have moved from an afterthought to the forefront as guest tastes, wants and demands have sharpened. 

In an effort to underscore the importance that F&B has on a hotel's bottom line, we dove deep for an in-depth look of where hotel F&B currently sits—from how the brands are leading the charge to the particular concepts being implemented at the property level. It's food for thought like never before!

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