Hotels and Huddle House Are
Your Home Away from Home Franchise
We Offer All the Comforts of Home Cooking and Flexibility to Fit in a Broad Range of Spaces
Sam Shah saw some impressive numbers right away when he opened a Huddle House in his Days Inn hotel franchise. In fact, his sales jumped 20% thanks to the addition of our classic Southern food franchise.
“Adding a Huddle House into a hotel is a really good idea,” says Shah, whose Days Inn and Huddle House are in East Stroudsburg, PA. “I’m advising other people who have a hotel … this is a good franchise to have. It’s very easy to work with them. The opening store trainer, an extremely good trainer, was here for three or four weeks. They helped me so much.”
Diversify Your Portfolio
Having a well-established brand adjacent to the hotel helped Sam Shah drive additional revenue. They simply walk from their rooms to the Huddle House, where they find all the breakfast classics like our stuffed hashbrowns, along with our southern hospitality.
Entrepreneurs who are seeking to diversify their portfolios should consider Huddle House among the best restaurant franchises to pair with hotels.
Our flexible franchise footprint
We can fit just about anywhere, whether you want a freestanding restaurant or have a space we can convert inside a hotel. We don’t know of another restaurant chain that will do that. You’re not going to get Denny’s to go inside somebody’s hotel. You’re not going to get IHOP to go inside somebody’s hotel. We can operate where other people can’t or won’t.
We believe Huddle House will find its greatest success when paired with value hotels. Sam has a Days Inn, and people perceive Days Inn as a value, not a luxury. They’re thinking, ‘Where can I spend the night comfortably but not be charged outrageously?’ You add food to that and it doesn’t matter if the hotel is in Atlanta, GA, Nashville, TN, or Detroit, MI, the value of our product connected to the value hotel is a win-win for everyone.
A Proven Restaurant Business Investment
“People sleep where they eat and eat where they sleep,” says Evans. “If you check into a hotel and all you offer is a little continental breakfast from 6 a.m. to 9 a.m. and then they shut down, and your guest asks, what am I going to do for a late breakfast or lunch or dinner?
“With a Huddle House on-site, guests have the convenience of not getting in their car and going somewhere close, where they wait on you and you sit down with a menu instead of eating out of a bag in your room. That has a big, big appeal to hotel guests.”
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