Hospitality Provision

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Hospitality ProvisioninTravel & Tourism Sector
Table of ContentsIntroduction................................................................................................................................4Task 1.........................................................................................................................................41.1 Interrelationships between hospitality and travel and tourism businesses......................4Task 2.........................................................................................................................................72.1 Implications of integration to the hospitality industry.....................................................72.2 How integration an affect hospitality businesses............................................................8Task 3.........................................................................................................................................93.1 Development of rationale and justification of decisions linked to target market...........93.2 Plan for a hospitality businesses including operational requirements of the businesses.............................................................................................................................................12Conclusion...............................................................................................................................14References................................................................................................................................15
Illustration IndexIllustration 1: Mapping of tourism and hospitality indusries.....................................................5
INTRODUCTIONHospitality industry has been emerging out one of the leading service sector in thebusiness world. It has significantly contributing in the economic growth and development ofa country with the rise in interest of tourism among people. It also provide opportunities forforeign exchange and several employment opportunities. Hospitality industry is directlylinked with travel and tourism, to fulfil the demands and needs of guests, hospitalityprovisions are studied and applied within the organisation. The present report study about therelationships between both industry and also depicts the analysis of the diversity of servicesand allocation of resources. Along with this, a hospitality business plan will be discussed inthis unit with the context of different examples.TASK 11.1 Interrelationships between hospitality and travel and tourism businessesHospitality industry is growing with rapid rate and acquiring major portion of serviceindustry in order to provide tremendous opportunities (Atalay, Hortaçs. and Syverson, 2014).It comprises of organisations which cater premium hospitality services, such asaccommodation, food and catering services, bars, night clubs, leisure, transportation, holidayparks and many other services to guests. Moreover, there is strong interrelationships withtourism sector and hospitality industry, both industries highly contribute in the growth of anation. In the modern era, to attain higher degree of customer satisfaction level has becomecrucial aspect for businesses (Bharwani and Butt, 2012). Furthermore, it can also be arguedthat with the change in customer's needs and demands, current products and servicesdelivered to them also need some modifications and needed to upgraded. Nowadays, peopleseek for better quality hospitality services at convenient price rates. It has been estimated thatthere are over 180,000 hospitality and leisure establishments in UK. Moreover, it has beenrecorded that there are more 2 million people are recruited to render premium hospitalityservices.Apparently, hospitality and travel and tourism industry are directly linked to eachother. They are responsible to cater premium services to guests, customers and travellers.Many organisations are making significant efforts in order to avail lavish tour and hospitalityservices to tourist. Generally, tour and tourism is leisure activity in which people travel andexplore many incredible destinations across the world for the purpose of recreation andleisure (Brotherton, 2013). There is vital role of hospitality management in the tourism sectorin order to provide excellent services to guests and gain their trust. In UK, over 46,000 hotel,