In the next issue of The New Hotelier, we find out how high-profile data breaches may impact the way hotel managers view cybersecurity, examine calls for hotels in Benidorm, Spain to follow the lead of France and Italy by moving more upmarket, and take a look at the technology that is helping hotel restaurants to curb food waste and streamline service.
Also, we discover more about the hotel/apartment trend being floated as a way for hoteliers to compete with Airbnb, review the multimillion-pound refurbishment of the Elms hotel and spa in Worcestershire, UK, and round up the afternoon tea offerings in hotels that put a unique twist on a British classic.
Plus, we examine notable architecture and interior design projects in hotels set to entice guests in the coming months.
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