Describe and Sell a Restaurant to Your Hotel or Hospitality Business Guests
Edited by Hotelier, Robert, Eng, Anonymous
Hello, and welcome to VisiHow. In today's tutorial, we will be going over how we can describe and sell a restaurant, including phrases we can use as well as some things we need to know. We will go through 5 different points and provide examples so we can learn a little bit about how this is done.
To begin, we need to note where the restaurant is located, or how far it is from the hotel.
We also need to know the type of cuisine available.
We need to know about the atmosphere of the restaurant.
We need to note if there is any designation or award for the restaurant.
For example, if the restaurant is a 4-star or 5-star restaurant.
We can also note if there is any known, recommended or famous items available at the restaurant.
To illustrate these points, we'll tell you a little bit about an old favorite restaurant in Chicago on the right side.
The name of the restaurant was called Bandera and it was located about a 15 minute walking distance from the hotel.
It was centrally located right on Michigan avenue, which is a very busy place. It had a nice view over the street as well if we sat next to the window.
The type of cuisine was a southwestern-style steakhouse.
The atmosphere had a lounge feeling to it, i.e..
it was darker and candlelit. When it got busy it was not a nice quiet formal restaurant, but it could be quite lively. Some nights during the week would include live jazz music.
This restaurant, for example, didn't have any designations or awards, but we know that it was a very well received and popular restaurant, and we can let people know that locals enjoy going here.
This restaurant was known for its rotisserie chicken.
They also have some other items as well that we could easily recommend if we knew the type of thing that a guest would like to eat.
Each of these examples can be made into a point to our guests to let them know a little bit more about the type of restaurant Bandera is, and we can make it seem like a very nice place to go if we know the guest will enjoy it.
This concludes today's tutorial on how to describe a restaurant to a hotel guest. If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions please leave them in the space below.
Video: Describe and Sell a Restaurant to Your Hotel or Hospitality Business Guests
Recent edits by: Eng, Robert, Hotelier