Trends we spotted | Week 45


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At Horecatrends 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 a pop-up Anti-Trump bar, Twumps and Amsterdam will get a Residence Inn by Marriott in 2018.

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Twumps pop-up bar | Anti-Trump bar to drink and donate

If the current political climate is making you need a night off from the news, the pop-up bar Twumps in London is the place for you. A replica of President Trump’s penthouse in Trump Towers, you can lounge on a chaise by the fireplace or take a look at the view of Central Park whilst sipping on our signature cocktails including the Nuclear Negroni, Mexican Wallbanger Margarita and Moscow (responsible for the election) Mule. With every drink you buy 50p will be donated to one of their charities who, in their own way, combat the effects of the Trump administration. A quote from ​Munchies @VICE “We’re sure it will be huge. It will be a tremendous success. Probably the greatest bar in political history, in fact.”

In January 2018 the Residence Inn by Marriott will open its hotel in Amsterdam

The Residence Inn by Marriott will be located at the Dazigerkade in Amsterdam. The spacious suites are designed for longer stays with separate living and sleeping areas so you can work and relax. From fully equipped kitchens and grocery delivery to complimentary hot breakfast and free Wi-Fi, you’ll have everything you need in ‘a home away from home’.

Starbucks Brings Renowned Italian Princi Bakery to the U.S. Inside Seattle Reserve Roastery

Acclaimed artisan baker Rocco Princi brings the craft of bread baking, exceptional ingredients and the “Spirito di Milano” to customers for the first time in the United States. Freshly baked onsite, the artisanal Italian food experience joins the premium Starbucks Reserve® brand as the exclusive food pairing to its rare, small-lot coffees. The Seattle location is part of Starbucks investment in expanding Princi™ globally through its Starbucks Reserve® retail formats as well as standalone Princi boutique stores in 2018.

Pullman Hotels & Resorts launches wellbeing program for a new generation of healthier travellers

SLEEP, FOOD, SPORT + SPA are the cornerstones of a new wellbeing program designed in collaboration with the brand’s Wellness Coach, Sarah Hoey. Pullman is strengthening its commitment to wellbeing with a program designed to help travelers adopt a healthier lifestyle. “The better and more energetic guests feel when traveling, the more rewarding their stay will be – whether they are traveling for business or leisure,” said Aldina Duarte Ramos, Director of Wellbeing, Pullman Hotel & Resorts. Follow Pullman hotels and resorts on social networks with the hashtag #PullmanLife.

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