This past month saw the launch of the very first Cupcake ATM in none other than New York City. According to DNAinfo, The Sprinkles Bakery Cupcake ATM opened on Lexington Avenue much to the delight of eager New Yorkers and ardent Cupcake fans. Approach, select, swipe, receive, enjoy!
Well, it’s making a comeback! But, it’s not at all grungy. In fact, luxury hostels are now designer driven contemporary accommodation offerings that have become so stylish and popular; bookings for some hostel brands are said to be up by 600%. But would you make use of a luxury hostel?
Theme Parks have come a long way from their early days when you could only experience occasional tiny teacups and Ferris wheels.Nowadays, they have morphed into city sized venues that have the longest, highest and fastest rides and have added to the hospitality industries appeal.
Gourmet food trucks have taken America by storm and they are now becoming a regular contributor on the food scene in South Africa (particularly in Joburg and Cape Town). Essentially they are a mobile eatery that can serve delicious coffees and confectionaries to the trendy in various locations and at various times of the day.
One of the latest trends to make headlines is the 24-karat goldiPad you will receive upon check-in at the sail-shaped Burj Al Arab hotel in Dubai
According to skift.com, guests who check in at the Aloft Hotel in Manhattan will be able to ditch their traditional room key for a smartphone check in option. The days of losing your room key could be a thing of the past and entering your room could be as simple as scanning your smartphone against the doors lock…and voila, the door opens.
Congratulations on choosing an industry to pursue that’s hip and happening – you won’t be disappointed! Whether it’s a career in the culinary world, hospitality operations or something completely bespoke you’re after, The International Hotel School has a variety of programmes to suit your needs. Course duration, fees and qualifications vary, so let’s take a […]
Deciding to turn a potentially risky game into a charitable platform for those less fortunate, the #NekNomination game was turned around by South African Brent Lindeque who decided that instead of downing a pint and nominating friends to do the same, that giving something to those less fortunate was a better way to Pay It Forward.