A Good night’s Sleep

Hotel guest are demanding when it comes to their bed – they want it to be ultra-comfortable, sleep inducing, luxurious and hygienic. Jane Ram...

Cooking Pizza

If you dream of dishing out the best pizzas in town with that perfect crunch, you need to get a pizza oven that lives...

Morphing Spaces

Monetising outdoor spaces in the hospitality sector is all about effective use of furniture that is versatile, durable and stylish. Victoria Burrows reports. Outdoor hospitality...

It’s covered!

Durable carpet that looks good is essential in any space. From installation to maintenance and traffic patterns, Vicki Williams finds out what influences purchasing...

Stepping into luxury

Whether budget or upscale, properties increasingly seek out imaginative and striking carpets, with the quality of materials and colour also improving in recent years,...

Buffing up

While restaurants are increasingly incorporating live cooking stations  into the mix, buffets still play an integral part in hotel and restaurant food service, writes...

Sharp edge

Pacific67 Knives get their name from the 67 layers of Damascus steel that make up the blade. The knives have a reinforced spine and...

The Mini Bar

Not so long ago, as oversupply and rising costs really began to bite some hotels opted for an empty mini bar. What’s happening today?...

Setting the long Table

Diners are demanding more from their buffets besides quality. They want innovations, instagram worthy settings, drama and style. Stepping in are companies with innovative...

Question: When is a bed more than a bed? Answer: When it makes a statement, says Jane Ram Over the past decade hotels have put...

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