publication . Article . Other literature type . 2010

Hospitality, Culture and Regeneration: Urban Decay, Entrepreneurship and the ‘Ruin’ Bars of Budapest:

Peter Lugosi; David Bell; Krisztina Lugosi;
Open Access English
  • Published: 11 Jun 2010
  • Country: United Kingdom
Abstract
This paper considers the relationships between hospitality, culture and urban regeneration through an examination of rom (ruin) venues, which operate in dilapidated buildings in Budapest, Hungary. The paper reviews previous work on culture and urban regeneration in order to locate the role of hospitality within emerging debates. It subsequently interrogates the evolution of the rom phenomenon and demonstrates how, in this context, hospitality thrives because of social and physical decay in urban locations, how operators and entrepreneurs exploit conflicts among various actors involved in regeneration and how hospitality may be mobilised purposefully in the regen...
Subjects
free text keywords: ccms, ges, bmm, soc, tou, Environmental Science (miscellaneous), Urban Studies, Urban decay, Sociology, Exploit, Socioeconomics, Economic growth, Economy, Tourism, Entrepreneurship, Phenomenon, Urban regeneration, Hospitality, business.industry, business
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publication . Article . Other literature type . 2010

Hospitality, Culture and Regeneration: Urban Decay, Entrepreneurship and the ‘Ruin’ Bars of Budapest:

Peter Lugosi; David Bell; Krisztina Lugosi;