In a post-covid19 new “normal”, hotels may be facing some serious decisions to take. With the probably “social distance” rules remaining active for the months to come, certain services that we are so used to will have to be rethought.

This may be the end of the buffet as we know it!

“It’s safe to say that breakfast buffets and communal tables and the kinds of things that had been traditions at many hotels are going away, for who knows how long,”

Rudy Tauscher, GM at The Four Seasons in NY


“demands on solo holidays, boutique hotels, and personalized packages would gain momentum, as people would shun crowded places.”

Firuz Baglikaya, head of the Association of Turkish Travel Agencies

It is time for us to redesign hospitality, keeping in mind the health (and fears) of our guests.