Simply Sunday. A couple of weeks ago the gal was at one of the most successful airport-vicinity hotels, Park Inn Hotel & Conference Centre London Heathrow. This is a sprawling 895-room hotel that caters for a continuous coming-and-going, of airline crews and passengers, and conference goers. Cleverly, the whole of the main lobby is now one big eatertainment centre, 24/7, for coffees through to beer and burgers. Equally intelligently, the main breakfast and dinner space, Bravo!, has a dedicated buffet area, and plenty of room for discos and even pop-up photo booths, when necessary. At breakfast they were going to feed at least 500. How to do it? Put out plenty of food, with plenty of servers and cooks to tidy and replenish. And make sure that the ‘full English’ is there because, honestly, that is what 90 percent of travellers seem to want when given the choice. Back home they will undoubtedly not have eggs, fried bread, potato roesti, black pudding, sausages, tomato and bacon but, away from home, they go the whole hog. Luxury is the hotel that gives travellers exactly what they want, right at that moment.