Great piece of glass

Versatility is the name of the game in glassware today, but what else is trending? Zara Horner finds out Legendary Savoy Hotel barman Harry Craddock...

Making dough

High-end hotels and restaurants increasingly use bread and patisserie to help build their brand image in an ever more competitive business environment, with Asia...

Patterns of profit

Demand for fine bed and table linen is up and hotels are also seeking higher quality as well as more adventurous designs, patterns and...

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,...

Winter warmer

A leading supplier of outdoor furniture to private residences, hotels, developers and restaurants throughout Hong Kong, Macau and China, Everything Under The Sun is...

Let there be light

From the largest bespoke installation to the smallest table lamp, the hospitality lighting industry has never been as innovative, creative and lucrative, writes Daniel...

Dishing the dirt

Is there a compromise between increased speed cycles and energy savings in dishwashers, Zara Horner asks Dishwasher manufacturers often find themselves pressured to increase the...

Back to basics

Back to basics   Many hotels and restaurants are taking a ‘less is more’ approach to tableware, focusing on the basics and essentials to...

Nice ice

Ice does more than keep drinks cool: it is becoming an increasingly important part of cocktail making and customers are more aware of the...

Looking good, feeling good

While comfort and functionality remain key aspects of hospitality uniforms, many properties are placing emphasis on retail-inspired, on-trend apparel, less formal styles, statement pieces...

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