The hotel industry is rebounding from the recession; consumers are traveling more often and spending more on hotel foodservice. Click through the "Features" and "Benefits" tabs below to learn how this valuable report helps operators and suppliers capitalize on opportunities.
The latest consumer research: An exclusive Technomic survey of 1,500 U.S. consumers explores hotel food and beverage consumption, attitudes and purchasing decisions. Data collected for 1,000 Canadian and 1,000 U.K. consumers is also available.
Comparative three-year survey findings: In-depth analysis of the food and beverage trends that continue to shape hotel foodservice.
Key findings and actionable opportunities: Gain additional expert insight into the hotel food and beverage category to better position your brand and your products for success in this increasingly competitive hotel foodservice environment.
Comprehensive executive summary including insights, implications and areas of opportunity for operators and manufacturers.
Easy to navigate electronic consumer data tables including all consumer interviews tabulated by cluster segments that include gender, age, ethnicity, region and household income.
Valuable appendices include detailed concept and menu positioning profiles of 15 innovative restaurant and bar and lounge concepts located within hotels.
Report is featured on Technomic Access, our exclusive online tool allowing subscribers to conduct customized searches, download specific insights and graphics and create tailored presentations directly from the Hotel Food and Beverage Consumer Trend Report.
An in-depth PowerPoint Presentation containing all report exhibits and corresponding key findings is also available.
Examine hotel food and beverage consumption behavior through most recent occasion data. Findings highlight how business and leisure travelers and consumers who attend catered events use hotel foodservice.
Identifying purchase and traffic drivers to determine how quality, variety, health, service, ambiance and more factor into the purchasing decision.
Exploring hotel foodservice patronage and preferences for a variety of onsite operations including restaurants, bars, lounges, room service, in-room offerings and catered events.
Revealing hotel foodservice usage among local consumers to drive incremental foodservice sales.