- The new Year brings a new set of fads set to shape the restaurant sector over the coming twelve months. From grown-up fast food to the return of reservations, take a look at the eight restaurant trends we'll be watching in 2016.
- Robot room service, super budget brands and more 'empowered' guests - here's seven hotel trends you might be seeing a lot more of this year.
- Claude Bosi has become the latest Michelin chef to cut his restaurant's opening hours in a bid to improve staff work-life balance. Bosi's Mayfair restaurant Hibiscus has scrapped two lunch services a week to help staff remain 'fresh and focused' for the 'demanding' service.
- InterContinental Hotels Group has unveiled the first of its tech-led Holiday Inn Express hotels. New features include smart TVs allowing guests to stream their own media from a mobile device.
- More movement in the restaurant world as Daniel Galmiche announced plans to step down from his head chef role at the five-star Vineyard Hotel at the end of January. While Galmiche is yet to confirm his future plans, the chef will be replaced at The Vineyard by former Amberley Castle chef Robby Jenks.
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