Ice cream parlors | Trend white paper

13-7-2018

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The third Sunday of July was designated in the USA as National Ice Cream Day, in fact even July is the Ice Cream Month since 1984. It seems that the those who celebrate this National Day have to thank President Ronald Reagan for it! He wanted to commemorate a treat enjoyed by over 90 percent of the nation’s population and produced by 10% of the nation’s milk supply. When Reagan’s proclamation was officially signed into law, he also called on the U.S. people to pay tribute to ice-cream with “appropriate ceremonies and activities.”

This Sunday is ice cream party time! We created a white paper with all the trends we spotted the last couple of years. lees verder

Trends we spotted | Week 28

13-7-2018

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At hospitalitytrends.eu we spot many national and international trends on a daily basis. We pick the most interesting ones to write about, the smaller trends we use in our weekly column ‘Trends we spotted this week’.

This week, amongst others about Avolatos (Avocado Gelato) and about a Kickstarter campaign for a ‘Spotify for cookbooks’.

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Seedlip launches the first No & Low cocktail bar worldwide

12-7-2018

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Seedlip is the world’s first distilled non-alcoholic spirit, and now launches the world’s first No & Low cocktail bar [N o l o]. An innovative and totally new bar concept that emphasizes the taste and ingredients of a cocktail instead of the alcohol percentage.

On 24 & 25 July, N o l o cocktail bar, can be found in a selection of the best bars in 15 of the most dynamic cities around the world. lees verder

Trends we spotted | Week 27

3-7-2018

  • Trends in het kort

At hospitalitytrends.eu we spot many national and international trends on a daily basis. We pick the most interesting ones to write about, the smaller trends we use in our weekly column ‘Trends we spotted this week’.

This week, amongst others about artichoke toast, it seems to low in calories and high in fiber, vitamins and minerals! So move over avocado toast because artichoke toast sounds just as delicious! A robot will serve pizzas in France and Alain Ducasse wil open a chocolate shop in London. London will try to tackle overtourism with a game you’ll play on your mobile phone, ‘Play London With Mr. Bean’.

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Four Seasons Pop Down | Last year in Toronto, soon in Philadelphia, Miami and Hong Kong

2-7-2018

  • Four Seasons Pop DownCredit: Sam Santos/Getty Images for Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts
  • Four Seasons Pop DownCredit: Sam Santos/Getty Images for Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts
  • Four Seasons Pop DownCredit: Sam Santos/Getty Images for Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts
  • Four Seasons Pop DownCredit: Sam Santos/Getty Images for Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts

Series of immersive experiences at selected Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts will continue in Philadelphia in September, Miami in December, and Hong Kong in 2019. Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts, the world’s leading luxury hospitality company, has revealed the next locations of Pop Down, the company’s global series of events that invite people to experience Four Seasons artistry and craftsmanship in unexpected settings around the world. lees verder

What-a-Melon | Ice cream inspiration from Dominique Ansel

28-6-2018

Dominique Ansel Bakery in London serves soft serve in a slice of watermelon sourced from Italy. The ice cream, called What-a-Melon, is made with fresh watermelon juice and ‘seeds’ made of dark chocolate. It first launched at Dominique Ansel Bakery in Tokyo in 2017 but those living in or visiting London this summer can enjoy one in London now! lees verder

The next generation of Capsule hotels | The Millennials

28-6-2018

  • The next generation of Capsule hotelsCapsule hotel The Millennials in Tokyo
  • The next generation of Capsule hotelsCapsule hotel The Millennials in Tokyo
  • The next generation of Capsule hotelsCapsule hotel The Millennials in Tokyo
  • The next generation of Capsule hotelsCapsule hotel The Millennials in Tokyo
  • The next generation of Capsule hotelsCapsule hotel The Millennials in Tokyo
  • The next generation of Capsule hotelsCapsule hotel The Millennials in Tokyo
  • The next generation of Capsule hotelsCapsule hotel The Millennials in Tokyo
  • The next generation of Capsule hotelsCapsule hotel The Millennials in Tokyo
  • The next generation of Capsule hotelsCapsule hotel The Millennials in Tokyo

In March the second luxury capsule hotel of ‘The Millennials’ brand opened in Tokyo. Following the huge success of their first iteration, opened last year in Kyoto. The next generation of capsule hotels attracted the attention from many overseas guests and medias. The Millennials is the latest hotel from Japanese developer Global Agents and they’re finally bringing its brand to Tokyo with a first location in the bustling Shibuya district. With a new concept based on ‘Living in the future’, The Millennials re-imagines the capsule hotel concept through high-tech facilities, technology and social spaces to bring a formerly utilitarian concept into the realm of semi-luxury. The goal of Japanese developer Global Agents with The Millennials is to go beyond what people have come to expect from this type of hotel and create a new option for today’s customer who wants both affordability & style. lees verder

Amare Marbella Beach Hotel | Art exhibition in hotel and star chef opens pop-up restaurant Hayaca

25-6-2018

  • pop-up restaurant HayacaMauricio Giovanini at Amare Marbella Beach Hotel
  • pop-up restaurant HayacaHayaca at Amare Marbella Beach Hotel
  • pop-up restaurant Hayaca Amare Marbella Beach Hotel
  • pop-up restaurant HayacaJesús Chacón at Amare Marbella Beach Hotel
  • pop-up restaurant HayacaJesús Chacón has an art exhibition at Amare Marbella Beach Hotel

Marbella has another hotspot! From mid June to 16 September chef Mauricio Giovanini runs the Latin American fusion pop-up restaurant Hayaca at the Amare Marbella Beach Hotel. He runs Michelin star restaurant Messina next to the hotel. In addition to this new restaurant concept, Amare also has a lot of space for art. This season they expose works by the Spanish photographer Jesús Chacón throughout the hotel. And they have announced a partnership with the Marbella International Film Festival. Again a few great examples of collaboration! lees verder

Raffles Europejski Warsaw | 5 Star luxury hotel with a rich history and an impressive art collection

12-6-2018

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June 1st 2018 the Raffles Europejski in Warsaw opened. Bringing over 160 years of history and heritage to the culturally rich Raffles Hotels & Resorts brand, this fully restored Polish icon joins Paris (Le Royal Monceau) and Raffles Istanbul as the third European destination where the inimitable Raffles experience can be found. Not only art but also the skill of Polish craftsmanship is represented within the hotel, whether in the lighting, in the carved burl wood headboards, the parquetry floors or the Warsaw skyline etched into the grey marble bathroom walls, rooting Raffles Europejski firmly in Poland. This sense of place is emphasised by the venerated hotel’s location on the historic Royal Route, with views from spacious and elegant guestrooms onto the Old Town, the Presidential Palace and, across the city’s biggest square, to the eternal flame burning at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and the leafy Saxon Gardens behind. The 106 rooms and suites are classically stylish with blackened oak floors, contemporary Polish art, a corner library and sleek marble-clad bathrooms with Art Deco touches. All Raffles hotels have their own signature in which art is very important, you will enjoy wandering through the hotels open spaces whilst enjoying the art!  lees verder

CONDIVIDERE by Lavazza | New Ferran Adrià concept opens in Turin

8-6-2018

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  • CONDIVIDERE by LavazzaCONDIVIDERE by Lavazza
  • CONDIVIDERE by LavazzaCONDIVIDERE by Lavazza
  • CONDIVIDERE by LavazzaCONDIVIDERE by Lavazza

While planning a trip to France and Italy for September I came across restaurant CONDIVIDERE by Lavazza in Turin. I will most certainly try to make a reservation while in Turin but I think more foodies would love to make a detour for this restaurant. CONDIVIDERE will be housed in the new Lavazza headquarters in the heart of Turin, a symbol of a city that wants to be a leader in haute cuisine, as well as the capital of Italian coffee. CONDIVIDERE by Lavazza is commissioned by Lavazza and designed by Ferran Adrià. The interior space has been designed by Dante Ferretti, while the kitchen and the management of the restaurant will be supervised by Federico Zanasi, a young and brilliant Italian chef. According to some news sites the restaurant will open today the 8th of June, we wish the team lots of fun and success!  lees verder

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