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Meet  Max de Lafayette, Editor-in-Chief I   Meet AHI Sr. Executives I AHI Profile I AHI  Purposes and Objectives I   Serving the Needs of the Hospitality Industry  I  Hospitality Advisory and Consulting Services  I    AHI International Hospitality Seminars and Advanced Courses  I  AHI Recent Publications I   Training Manuals  I    Recommended International Seminars I  Careers and Employment  I  Recruitment I  AHI Officers I  Events I    Membership I    Recommended Books and Encyclopedias I    Post Your Resume I   Managing Your Career I   World Hospitality Events/Services I Humanitarian Support I CONTACT I LIENS EN FRANÇAIS I READ WORLD HOSPITALITY MAGAZINE I READ CINQ ETOILES MAGAZINE  I HOSPITALITY, TOURISM LINKS I DE LAFAYETTE WORLD MEDIA I

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WORLD HOSPITALITY  IS A MONTHLY MAGAZINE,  CONCEIVED AND DESIGNED BY MAXIMILLIEN de LAFAYETTE. PUBLISHED BY DE LAFAYETTE WORLD MEDIA, FOR  THE AMERICAN HOSPITALITY INSTITUTE, INCORPORATED (AHI). AHI IS A CHARTERED UNITED STATES NON PROFIT ORGANIZATION, DEDICATED TO THE ADVANCEMENT OF HOSPITALITY , ETHICS IN BUSINESS AND THE SOUND  TRAINING OF THE  HOSPITALITY CAREER MINDED INDIVIDUALS. CONTACT

 

                                                                                  EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: MAXIMILLIEN DE LAFAYETTE

WORLD HOSPITALITY MAGAZINE

OFFICIAL MAGAZINE OF THE AMERICAN HOSPITALITY INSTITUTE, INC.

THE WORLD'S BEST HOTELS, SPAS AND RESORTS by Maximillien de Lafayette, Editor-in-Chief

THE BEST AND THE WORST HOSPITALITY RECRUITERS AND HEADHUNTERS IN AMERICA

FRENCH CULINARY INSTITUTE: AMERICA'S BEST CULINARY SCHOOL!

IMPORTANT TIPS AND INFORMATION ON EUROPEAN HOSPITALITY, HOTELS AND TOURISM

IDIOT'S ULTIMATE GUIDE TO DINING ETIQUETTE. The  dos and the don'ts. The exemplary gentleman ship. How to impress your date. By Maximillien de Lafayette

 

The lady pays the bill: illustration by Lorenzi in Fantasio, 15th Jan 192318.VERY SPECIAL AND IN-DEPTH ARTICLE:

FABULOUS TIMES, PLACES AND PEOPLE

GAY PARIS IN THE 20s and 30s: Background, People, Places, Personalities, Hospitality, Restaurants, Food, Wine, Pleasure, Style, Fashion, Arts, Poetry, Music and Adventure. According to Max de Lafayette.

Mon Dieu! To be and live in Paris during "Les annees folles", between the end of  1917 and 1934, especially if you were an eccentric artist, an intellectual adventurer, a frou-frou femme fatale, a genius or an independently wealthy American, willing to spend a lot of money on arts, dating and women. Ask Madonna, Paulette Attie, Penelope de Vassy and Louise de Chambertin. Really "real" America's la crème de la crème was there. The "real" American high society, the privileged class, the snobs (Although it was too early for the Americans to know how to be a snob), les bourgeois,  wealth filthy characters, the hustlers with a style, the scandalous adventurous women, the schmoozer and the cruisers, the handsome gigolos, the champagne, the caviar, the kisses and the misses, sex, the drama and all the "chic" pleasures of the era. Hemingway was here. Paramour Stein too. Why Paris - what made everybody want to come here and create, and drink, and dance, and paint, and write stories or invent them? Women? obnoxious, over-cultured and over-sophisticated Frenchmen? Bubbly champagne? Sinfully good wine? Nice plat de fromage? A nostalgia? A fantasy? A new social, political and artistic era? A modern Parisian revolution? Yes! Yes! All of the above!

 

 

19. NEW YORK'S BEST PHOTOS AND  BEST PHOTOGRAPHERS OF THE MONTH, BY SHOSHANNA ROZEN.

 

20. MY FAVORITE HOTELS IN NEW YORK BY MAX de LAFAYETTE

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21.WORLD HOSPITALITY CELEBRITIES OF THE MONTH, BY ARLETTE LAGRANGE.

Mireille Guiliano (Meer-ray Julie-ano) is president and CEO of Clicquot, Inc., the firm she helped found in 1984 and was its first employee. Today she is recognized as the driving force in building the company's highly regarded national organization, developing its portfolio of ultra-premium wines, and igniting the remarkable growth and brand recognition of its flagship Champagne Veuve Clicquot. Educated in Paris, where she studied French and English literature at the Sorbonne and languages at the Institut Supérieur...

22.THE VERY BEST OF NEW YORK: ENTERTAINERS, SINGERS, ARTISTS, ART EVENTS, SHOWS.

23.AMERICANS VERSUS FOREIGNERS.    What foreigners like and dislike most about Americans?! 

24.THE LEGENDARY HOTELS. THE VERY ELITE, LA CRÈME DE LA CRÈME, BY MAX de LAFAYETTE.

Not because, they offer their guests, the state of the art computers gadgets, communications facilities, fitness and training centers, Tantric massages,  Yoga lessons, and all the silly stuff and mimics "nouveaux riches" are impressed by. Non, cher monsieur. The classy aristocratic hotels in Paris  are not crafted for those who made a fast buck on Wall Street or traded online while joking around Central Park. These hotels are the jewels of Paris. They are the world's very elite, because they have class, aristocratic flair, a real blue blood signature...because they did not change their Louis XIV chandelier for  high tech light spots and buzzing neon...

They are the real thing! Furnitures  are of "de l'epoque", the culinary flair is Cordon Bleu de rigeur with "un soupcon" de Babette...Because every single detail, from the curve of an antique Louis Treize chair, to the  Style Empire linen broderies, and from the signed Gobelin's friendship with an unspoiled historic hanging wall...and from the choice of art objects to their discreet marriage to the colors whispering in the fire place and the fatale scent of Parisian coquettes

 

THE WORLD'S BEST HOTELS. WHAT IS THEIR SECRET? By Max  de Lafayette

An in-depth article about the successful operations of the world's best hospitality establishments, including their guest services, food, beverage, accommodations and "what make them" la crème de la crème.

 

 

25.FOOD: IN THE COUNTRY OF FRUITS OF LOVE. BY PASCAL FARY.

26.THE MAKING OF A WORLD CLASS CHEF. By Max de Lafayette

27.THE WORLD'S MOST UNBELIEVABLE HOTELS

To call the Ice Hotel unbelievable, would and could be  an ironic statement. It is entirely built out of huge masses of ice and snow. The most unbelievable aspect of it is ITS ANNUAL REBUILDING AND RECONSTRUCTION. Yes, sir! The ICE HOTEL is built and rebuilt every single winter. Every single room and facility is to be redesigned and erected every season, including  the  movie room, all the bedrooms, the chapel, the kitchens and frozen beds.

28.YAFFA RESTAURANT: BEST MIDDLE/NEAR EASTERN FOOD IN TRIBECA, MANHATTAN.                               

A funky, friendly and cozy restaurant owned and managed by Yaffa Seror Faro, quite an unusual woman, a.k.a. The Gypsy Queen of Tribeca. If you are fond of authentic Middle/Near Eastern delights and specialties, then head right away toward Yaffa restaurant. .

29.HOTEL'S GUESTS MOST COMMON COMPLAINTS.

30.HOSPITALITY EMPLOYERS MOST.COMMON.COMPLAINTS.

31.HOSPITALITY EMPLOYEES' MOST COMMON COMPLAINTS.

32.DOES LIVE ENTERTAINMENT HURT OR HELP RESTAURANTS?


 

33..TIPS FOR DEALING AND SOCIALIZING WITH FOREIGNERS , By Max de Lafayette.

CAN WE GENERALIZE SOCIAL BEHAVIOR AND ATTRIBUTES OF NATIONS AND PEOPLE?...ON.ITALIANS...FRENCH... APANESE...GREEKS...IRANIANS... LEBANESE...ARABS... MUSLIMS...

34.Secrets of the elegance and style of the Parisian hospitality, etiquette and culinary arts. By Maximillien de Lafayette.

35.THE  BEST HOSPITALITY BOOKS OF THE MONTH. P.148

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36.HOSPITALITY NEWS: LAST 24 HOURS. 152

37.HOSPITALITY GOSSIPS. THE BEST AND WORST HOSPITALITY RECRUITERS AND HEADHUNTERS IN THE UNITED STATES! P.154

38.AMERICAN HOSPITALITY-ONLINE REPORT. P.155-158

39.NEW YORK ART SCENE. P.159-163

40.CORDON BLEU: Secrets of the French culinary arts. P.166

41.LETTERS TO THE EDITOR.  P.167

42.THE BEST AND THE WORST: DELAWARE NORTH COMPANIES: UNITED STATES' BEST FOOD AND HOSPITALITY COMPANY OF THE YEAR. Meet Jeremy Jacobs, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Delaware North Companies. A brilliant mind, with dominant leadership and unusual visionary brilliance.  P.171

43.RECIPES AND TIPS OF THE MONTH. P.172


44.WORLD HOSPITALITY INFORMATION & SEARCH ENGINES DIRECTORY.P.173

45.HOSPITALITY JOB SEARCH DIRECTORY. P.174-175

46.THE WORLD OF FOOD AND HOSPITALITY. THE BEST OF AMERICA. De facto, the French Culinary Institute is America's best culinary school. Perhaps, the world's best culinary school?! They took the lead, thanks to the unsurpassed talents and overwhelming experience of giants in the culinary arts and hospitality industry who are in charge of the institute. Legendary names like Jacques Pépin, Dean of Special Programs, Alain Sailhac, Executive...P.176-180

 

 

 

 

47.Michael DeMond Davis: He was a giant and fun too!  P.181

48.MONICA CROWLEY: THE BRIGHTEST STAR OF THE AMERICAN MEDIA. Keep on flipping and changing stations. You are not going to miss a thing!  American media is a contemplative product. A blend of autocratic ideology and individualistic comprehension of events. American journalists including an avalanche of TV commentators and talk show hosts seem to know everything. Yes sir, they talk about every imaginable topic...P.182-184

49.THE BUZZ: PEOPLE & EVENTS. P.183-184. Alison England, the sparkling queen of opera. Meet Anne Plagianos.

 

50.CELEBRITIES. Meet Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts leaders:  Isadore Sharp, Founder, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer; Wolf H. Hengst, President, Worldwide Hotel Operations; Kathleen Taylor, President, Worldwide Business Operations . P.185
 

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR.  P.166: FUN AND EXPLOSIVE MAIL FROM OUR READERS!!

SUPER AND IN-DEPTH ARTICLES IN THIS SPECIAL ISSUE OF THE YEAR

THE WORLD'S BEST HOTELS, SPAS AND RESORTS BY MAX de LAFAYETTE

  

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The lady pays the bill: illustration by Lorenzi in Fantasio, 15th Jan 1923

FABULOUS TIMES, PLACES AND PEOPLE

GAY PARIS IN THE 20s and 30s: Background, People, Places, Personalities, Hospitality, Restaurants, Food, Wine, Pleasure, Style, Fashion, Arts, Poetry, Music and Adventure. According to Max de Lafayette.

Mon Dieu! To be and live in Paris during "Les annees folles", between the end of  1917 and 1934, especially if you were an eccentric artist, an intellectual adventurer, a frou-frou femme fatale, a genius or an independently wealthy American, willing to spend a lot of money on arts, dating and women. Ask Madonna, Paulette Attie, Penelope de Vassy and Louise de Chambertin. Really "real" America's la crème de la crème was there. The "real" American high society, the privileged class, the snobs (Although it was too early for the Americans to know how to be a snob), les bourgeois,  wealth filthy characters, the hustlers with a style, the scandalous adventurous women, the schmoozer and the cruisers, the handsome gigolos, the champagne, the caviar, the kisses and the misses, sex, the drama and all the "chic" pleasures of the era.

Hemingway was here. Paramour Stein too. Why Paris - what made everybody want to come here and create, and drink, and dance, and paint, and write stories or invent them? Women? obnoxious, over-cultured and over-sophisticated Frenchmen? Bubbly champagne? Sinfully good wine? Nice plat de fromage? A nostalgia? A fantasy? A new social, political and artistic era? A modern Parisian revolution? Yes! Yes! All of the above!

 

 

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