“be.KINI is raring to woo and wow!”

Well she is on course to mesmerise the guests; offering them a lush experience. Perhaps I should have said ‘it’ rather than using the feminine form to describe the new ‘kid’ on the block – be.KINI.

But in essence using ‘she’ for be.KINI is very apropos. Like a woman she is fun, relaxing, tranquil at times and vibrant and vigorous at others.

be.KINI is the soon-to-be-opened pool area for be.HOTEL on the 11th floor.

You will love just resting by the edge of the infinity pool mesmerised by the awesome sight of St. George’s Bay as the Maltese Sun bronzes your skin with a sexy suntan. Than after a refreshing dip, you will feel just blissfully tranquil simply dozing off on our umbrella-shaded sunbeds or better still, in one of our day beds enjoying a cool refreshing drink from our pool bar.

You might even want to have lunch or perhaps dinner as well; feeling the gentle breeze of the evening as it comes over to you from across the bay whilst washing down your meal with a nice shiraz that ignites your passion for all things that make not only holidays abroad special, but indeed life itself!

Then, when you are ready to call it a day (until the next morning), you will feel glad to know, that you only have a lift to catch to go to your designer-styled room and sleep in slumber and opulence.

Every day should be spent like this!

James Davis is the COO of Bay Street Group that operates be.HOTEL

Katya Grech promoted to Revenue Manager at be.HOTEL

Going from strength to strength

Following her accomplishment as a certified Revenue Manager, Ms Katya Grech has been promoted to the post which bears her qualification.

Katya Grech Revenue Manager at be.HOTEL

Ms Grech joined be.HOTEL in January 2017 and proved very diligent and intelligent in yield management. Recognising talent when it sees it, management immediately set about to getting her certified through a training programme from Preferred Hotels & Resorts which group be.HOTEL pertains to.

Yield management has been part of mainstream business practice for many years now and whether one refers to it as an emerging discipline or a new management science, yield management is imperative in order to maximise and improve profitability.

Ms Grech has certainly proved to be able to understand the complexity of Revenue Management when she summed up the three pillars of this powerful tool; “basically, there are three essential elements which must be present for Revenue Management to be applicable. The first is, having a fixed number of available products, in our case Rooms. Secondly, that the product is very perishable; a room unslept in in any night will be lost forever, and thirdly, that customers are willing to pay a different price for the same resource or product,” Ms Grech told us.