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What people in hospitality really mean when they're serving you - fashionjournal.com.au

After a long 14 years in retail and an aversion to full-time work in a new city, I decided I would give hospitality another go.Hospitality has always been something I happen to fall back on. One of my first jobs was at the ripe age of 14 (probably illegal) - setting tables and folding napkins into crowns at the local Chinese restaurant my mother sometimes worked in.

Do we really buy those 'Top-Rated' deals when we shop online? New study says rankings matter but how so may surprise you - phys.org

According to a new study, the answer is, "yes" and "no."Raluca M. Ursu, of the Stern School of Business at New York University, conducted the research for the study, "The Power of Rankings: Quantifying the Effect of Rankings on Online Consumer Search and Purchase Decisions," which is published in the July edition of INFORMS journal Marketing Science.

vo trong nghia plans tropical tower of hanging gardens for chicland hotel


Greenery flows over planted terraces in plans for a hotel on the vietnamese coastline designed by vo trong nghia architects. shortlisted in the category of leisure-led development at the world architecture festival 2018, the architects' aim for the chicland hotel is to bring in a tropical essence to compliment the structure's towering form.

Stay in a tiny hotel on Amsterdam's bridges


There's no better spot to watch the hustle and bustle of Amsterdam's canals than the city's bridges. And with new project SWEETs Hotel, Amsterdam-lovers can get one step closer to the water.This new initiative has transformed the tiny buildings dotted along the city's bridges -- known as bridge houses -- into luxurious hotel suites, each with their own distinct character.