When you run a hotel that has been in business for many years, it is easy for your staff uniforms to become antiquated and outdated. If you are using the same old uniform, it may just look exactly that to your customers: old. The trouble is that you don’t notice. Your uniforms probably looked great in the 1980’s and 90’s but heck – we are in the 21st century now! In fact, we are already nearly a fifth of the way through the 21st century – that’s a scary thought! As the old expression goes, doesn’t time fly when you are having fun!
But seriously, you may well be in need of modern hotel uniforms. If you don’t believe it, go watch a film from the 1970’s or 80’s and see how antiquated the dress looks in today’s terms. Then look at your hotel uniforms. Now, do they look modern or antiquated? We can help you with modern hotel uniforms ideas, because that’s what we do. We are a team of creatives and we can bring your hotel into the 21st century by sitting down and brainstorming modern hotel uniforms ideas with you so that your staff don’t just look clean, but sharp. Your staff need to stand out so that your customers take notice, and if they do that, they are more likely to book with you again on their next visit.
A Great Hotel Uniform Is Not Just For Front Desk Staff
Naturally, you will want your front desk staff to look sharp, but a great uniform is not just for them. If you have a commissionaire, he obviously needs to look great, but his uniform will be a one-off. There are your restaurant staff to consider – waiters and waitresses – and your maitre d’hotel if you have one. Then there are your bar staff. Do you want them all to look the same or do you want your bar staff dressed differently from the waiters and waitresses? We can come up with some ideas so that your bar staff are dressed similarly to your wait staff, but in a uniform which is different, yet blends well with the uniforms of your wait staff.
Then there are your chambermaids, who also need a uniform which is usually different from others, but also has to be practical for the job that they do.
Of course, there are your kitchen staff as well. You need them in a uniform so that they all work as part of a team. Certainly, they are not going to be seen by your guests, but they need to feel part of a team because it produces a team spirit, and therefore better work.