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Hospitality Provisions in Travel and Tourism Sector : Report

   

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Hospitality Provisions in
Travel and Tourism Sector

TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1
TASK 1............................................................................................................................................1
P1.1 Interrelationship between travel & tourism sector and hospitality industry.......................1
TASK 2............................................................................................................................................3
P2.1 Implications of integration to the hospitality industry........................................................3
P2.2 Impact of integration on hospitality business.....................................................................5
TASK 3............................................................................................................................................8
P3.1 Develop hospitality business and its decision-making.......................................................8
P3.2 Evolution of a plan for hospitality sector..........................................................................11
CONCLUSION..............................................................................................................................13
REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................14

INTRODUCTION
Hospitality industry is a wider term which incorporates accommodation, lodging,
restaurant, room services, transportation, etc. and depend on income of the persons. Hospitality
industry plays a vital role in service related sector such as travel and tourism sector where no
goods are produced but services are generated. Thus, travel and tourism is fully supported on
the hospitality services provided at different stages. The services of hospitality
management define various regulations in respect of providing benefits to travel and
tourism sector. Tourism industry is one of the major source of employment in UK which
has a huge impact on the growth of the economy.
Thomas Cook is one of the leading travel and tourism organizations that has been in
partnership with many hotels and air craft companies for providing leisure facilities for its
customers. Each year, many travellers plan for vacations to all sides of the world with the
support of tour operators. These people play a most specific role while deciding the
destination and travel package for enjoying purpose so as to satisfy the over growing needs
and demand of customers.
TASK 1
P1.1 Interrelatedness between travel & tourism sector and hospitality organisation
The industries in hospitality is growing at huge rate that includes benefits such as
providing leisure facilities, accommodation, restaurants, event planning and theme parks
at a most affordable price. Tourism has a vital role in encouraging hospitality services of
any area, country or place. In UK, travel and tourism sector have facilitated huge
opportunities for people to have a magnificent leisure time by experiencing cordial
reception services provided by various hotels and resorts. Various tour operators have
been in collaboration with airline companies, five star hotels, food and beverages
department as well as amusement park companies to provide a great and leisure
experience to consumers while touring through their company. The recent preferences
have encouraged individuals to spend more of their time ongoing out on vacations and
which has resulted in the growth of tour operators business in the future. The travel and
tourism industry comprises of various sectors which include making plans for various
activities like shopping, lodging, binge watching, water sports activities, hiking,
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campaigning etc. The service of hospitality is uncertain and changes from time to time as
need for vacations are increasing and various persons are paying for vacations to
domestic property or international destinations (Chathoth and Olsen, 2008).
The industries are linked to tourism sectors in many ways such as workers
providing leisure services, food and room benefits, transportation and accommodation
service to visiting consumers. Thomas Cook was established in the year 2007 and had around
£9 billion of sales last year providing quality services to its customers and having headquarter in
Peterborough, England is listed on the London Stock Exchange. Company has its partners who
provide quality hospitality services to customers of Thomas Cook which has improved its image
and opened ways to expand in all segments thereby rendering attractive holiday packages (Baum,
2006). Thomas Cook has been in business with many hotels such as Hilton and Imperial for
providing welfare services to its customers at a high rate which improves their stay and leisure
time.
Hospitality services plays an important role in travel and tourism industries by
rendering quality services and products to various consumers. The travel and tourism
organizations include services of theaters, pools, bars, food courts, balling, body massage
and spa services to attract and retain consumers. To make the report more concrete and
authentic, two major hotels of London are taken into consideration for understanding the
interrelationship between hospitality and tourism sector. These are Imperial and Hilton hotels,
London (Fernandes, 2015).
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