Offering an afternoon tea service is the perfect time to capitalize on an otherwise quiet period during hotel dining. The majority of Americans eat lunch between noon and 2pm and have dinner between 6pm and 8pm. But how do you fill in the gap?
Most luxury hotels in the U.S. that provide afternoon tea service typically serve tea from 3pm to 5pm, which offers hotels an additional revenue opportunity.
While brunch is becoming increasingly popular in the United States, the same can be said for afternoon tea. There are many reasons Americans are interested in tea service, but a few reasons are:
- Special occasions and celebrations, such as birthday parties, anniversaries, and seasonal holidays like Mother's Day or Christmas
- Outings with family and friends
- An opportunity to try new cuisine and traditions (which is particularly popular amongst Millennials and Generation Z, who are open to trying new things).
Keep your guests at your hotel during the middle of the day with afternoon tea service. With traditional afternoon tea étagères, tea pots, accessories, and more from Hepp, you can implement a tea service that is both classic and trendy.
Are you ready to offer a culinary trend rooted in tradition? Click Below to read the Afternoon Tea Guide from Hepp.