HostMilano: five-star welcome for the world of hospitality
published on: 24 febbraio 2017
Winds of change are blowing through the hospitality industry. However, for all – from design hotels to charming bed and breakfasts, from luxury hotels in Victorian forts or former plazas de toros, all the way to hotels made out of salt or ice – there are two absolute musts: attracting clients by allowing them to truly have an experience and optimizing all available space, offering new services, including things like starred restaurants, spas, cooking courses and dog sitting. The new hospitality industry is a complex, varied world that is trying to meet the desires of today’s clients who are connected, curious, cosmopolitan, in search of multi-sensorial experiences and looking for relaxation with a “homey” feel. Focusing on new trends and innovation istherefore fundamental for staying competitive on the market.
This is why HostMilano is the perfect place to get up-to-date. The 40th edition of the leading trade show in the Ho.Re.Ca., food service, retail, food, mass-retail chain and hotel markets is to take place at fieramilano in Rho from 20 to 24 October 2017. What will hospitality professionals find at HostMilano? Not just furnishings and tableware, but a full range of offerings to help innovate their businesses. First and foremost, in the exhibition area, which is to offer excellent solutions, all incarnations of the best lines and latest trends will be presented in the enhanced Furnishings and Tablewaresection. Here, the Contract market is to be the focus, with solutions and materials meant to differentiate hotel interiors and make them ever more welcoming and experiential. More natural layouts meant to highlight the culinary experience are to be a particular focus, perfect for small, charming hotels that are on food-and-wine routes. Then there are Tablewares, which change depending on the moment and needs of each day. Ranging from innovative eco-friendly disposables to the most classic and sophisticated solutions for the mise en place, all the way to the latest design-oriented solutions.