27 Hospitality Quotes
Hospitality quotes apply not just to the hospitality industry but are relevant to our everyday lives be that at work or at home. The real question that is answered within the various writings and
opinions of the author's quotations is that hospitality is not simply a word that applies to hotels or restaurants but,
instead, has its' meaning within the way we treat other people.
If we treat people we meet with a sultry attitude, a body language that says we cannot wait for you to leave, we are guilty of less than stellar hospitality.
We also learn from various musings of those at the forefront of the "hospitality industry" that our increasingly global community brings even more challenges.
And, unlike a manufacturing business that produces a product, hospitality, i.e. how it is delivered to a guest, is the product with everything else becoming secondary.
We hope that all of these writings will serve to highlight what is and what isn't hospitality.
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Tragically, most Christians today neglect the ministry of hospitality.
Alexander Strauch, The Hospitality Commands
Service comes from a manual; hospitality comes from the heart.
One of the interesting aspects of the hospitality industry is our increasing globalism, which brings even greater diversity and cultural nuances to our
places of work.
John R. Walker, Exploring the Hospitality Industry
Before you can give of yourself to others you must know what of yourself you have to give.
Amy Sedaris, I Like You
Poems About Helping Others
Hospitality, at its core, is about relationships, and every employee at every company has the ability to utter those responses.
Stephen J. Cloobeck, Checking In
Hospitality is the marrow of community, the life source that produces the very cells our collective humanity needs to function.
Leslie Verner, Invited
Sooner or later, we’re all in the hospitality business.
Poems of Encouragement
It is my opinion that Yoopers are some of the most hospitable, generous, and overall kindhearted people on earth.
Adam Reed, Yooper Hospitality - "Northern Nice" in Michigan's Upper Peninsula
Any celebration meal to which guests are invited, be they family or friends, should be an occasion for generous hospitality.
The hospitality industry, especially private clubs, are in a time of tremendous transition as they face immense challenges to the traditional way of
F. H. Benzakour, 12 Golden Keys To Hospitality Excellence
The characteristic of inseparability requires hospitality managers to manage both their employees and their customers.
Phil Kotler, Marketing for Hospitality and Tourism
The only thing we ever have is what we give away.
Louis Ginsberg, Give Away
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Do by others as you would be done by. A debt each and every one owes
J. J. Thorne
The Heart's Repose
Although every organization wants an effective staff, the hospitality organization depends almost completely upon its personnel to deliver the high-
quality guest experience
Robert C. Ford, Managing Hospitality Organizations
People invest their time and money in businesses and services that make them feel seen, cared for, and connected—especially... in the hospitality industry.
Brandon W. Johnson, Hospitality from the Heart
Tourism is the business of hospitality and travel. Whether we are travelers or we are serving travelers’ needs, this exciting and demanding group of
visitor services industries touches all of our lives.
Roy A. Cook, Tourism
Poems About Life
I’m not sure most churches—or businesses, for that matter—pay close enough attention to the power of hospitality in ministry and business.
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The spirit of hospitality is caught, not taught. There’s no such thing as turning on the hospitality. You either own it and walk in it, or you don’t.
Larry Stuart, The Spirit of Hospitality
No matter how over-the-top your service, if it doesn’t connect with the emotions of the guest, it isn’t hospitality. Hospitality is about the feeling.
Jason Young, The Come Back Effect
To achieve and sustain success in hospitality, we must keep pace with changing guests and their changing expectations.
Hospitality doesn't exist except through the actions of the heart, with care and with genuine expressive action.
Theodore W. Higgingsworth
... the psychological realities of a guest’s life can be weighing heavily on their perception of the goods and services you’re providing. And it’s a
situation where true service—hospitality—can shine.
Micah Solomon, The Heart of Hospitality
In the hospitality industry, almost everything depends on the physical labor of many hourly (or nonmanagerial) workers ... These employees make the
products and they please the guests—or drive them away!
John R. Walker, Introduction to Hospitality
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When we read God's Word, there is a resounding theme when it comes to hospitality. Those who practice this ministry will not only be a blessing to
others, but they too shall be blessed.
... we rely on the intuitive hospitality and friendliness of our outstanding cast to make each guest feel like we have designed the place just for them.
Tom Staggs, The Disney Institute, Be Our Guest
Be The Best of Whatever You Are
If any phrase characterizes the hospitality and tourism industry today it would probably be “constantly changing.”
Tom Powers, Introduction to Management in the Hospitality Industry
Poems About Change
I’ve learned how crucially important it is to put hospitality to work, first for the people who work for me and subsequently for all the other people and
stakeholders who are in any way affected by our business—in descending order, our guests, community, suppliers, and investors.
Danny Meyer, Setting the Table
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