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Synonyms for hotelkeeper

an owner or manager of hotels

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Caterer and Hotelkeeper quotes food buyer Ivan Shenkman as saying, ``Suppliers don't like doing it, but some wouldn't have a business otherwise.
James Garner, managing editor at Caterer and Hotelkeeper, said: "It is Gordon Ramsay, who currently stands out as the most influential person in the hospitality industry, not just because of the volume of column inches and TV air time devoted to him, but also due to his passion for the industry and his desire and success at growing his business, both in the UK and abroad.
Caterer and Hotelkeeper Magazine gives the Acorn Award to the "30 hottest talents under 30" in the industry every year - Marco Pierre White is amongst the most famous winners - so that was quite a coup.
Previously, the hotel has won the Hotel of the Year - Group award for 2012 at the Catey Awards, an annual awards ceremony organised by the Caterer and Hotelkeeper magazine for the British hospitality industry.
To make the important decision, Gram appointed an independent judging panel, formed of representatives from Caterer & Hotelkeeper Magazine, the Considerate Hoteliers Association and the Institute of Hospitality, who were all impressed with the high standard of entries.
Launched in 2003, Daioni has received numerous awards - including True Taste Wales Food & Drink Awards, and was named best children's drink in the Excellence in Food Awards run by the Caterer and Hotelkeeper magazine.
The awards honour exceptional young people, under 30, in sectors such as hotels, restaurants and contract catering and are organised by Caterer and Hotelkeeper magazine.
Hotel distribution has been an area of obstacles for most of the hotelkeeper across the industry.
Cater & Hotelkeeper had lambasted Liverpool in the 1990s, labelling the city a "restaurant blackspot".
The 'Caterer and Hotelkeeper Guide to Customer Service Skills CDRom' is an invaluable tool to ensure customer satisfaction and consideration at all times.
But guests also leave surprising things behind, says Caterer and Hotelkeeper magazine, including artificial arms and legs, glass eyes and toupees.
which prompts the glossy Indian Hotelkeeper and Traveller to purr: "To some of the materially affluent but psychologically sick and spiritually rudderless foreigners from far-flung corners of the world, India's saints and sadhus provide irresistible magnets of attraction") all but unhinges Sir Vidiadhar Surajprasad.
But trade magazine Caterer and Hotelkeeper says the Inland Revenue's crack team probing the scandal of chefs taking backhanders is looking for a well- known `scalp' to serve as a warning to others in the industry.
By midcentury, the guidebooks tried to make the tourist independent of the local Swiss, and even reinforced British prejudice against the "grasping" local hotelkeeper and merchant.
The Caterer & Hotelkeeper 2004 Acorn Awards were held at the Old Course Hotel in St Andrews, Scotland.