As a hotel owner, you want your guests to have the best experience possible. From the lighting in each room right through to the feel of the towels, everything has to be just right - and this can take some time to perfect. When crafting the perfect hotel experience, it’s important to take housekeeping routines into consideration. Not only can a top-notch housekeeping plan ensure each and every room is alway sparkling clean, but it can help extend the lifespan of hotel fixtures and furniture too. Below, we share some helpful housekeeping tips and tricks for hotels.
Gone are the bright mornings and long, balmy evenings of summer! It is now officially autumn, which can only mean one thing: winter is just around the corner. For businesses in the hospitality industry, preparing for the season ahead is key to success - which is why it’s time to start thinking about the winter months. Whether it’s updating your restaurant menu with lots of hearty meals or stocking up on seasonal decorations to give your cafe a festive touch, it’s important to play into customer demand by evolving with the times. If you manage a hotel, however, there’s a lot more to think about when preparing for winter! Whether you run a luxury spa resort or a small, beachside hotel, there are lots of creative and practical ways to prepare your hotel for winter. Here are 10 to consider!
Hotel reviews can be one of the most influential areas when it comes to gaining new and repeat customers. It’s generally accepted that the higher your hotel ranks, the more bookings you will receive and this could help you overtake your competitors. But, 5* reviews need to be earned before you can reap the rewards. So, what can you do to improve your customer reviews?
If your hotel is looking tired and old, it could be time for a little TLC. As a hotel owner, your premises welcomes hundreds of guests every day so you must create a great first impression and ensure that their experience meets their expectations. Luckily, there are plenty of ways that you can give your hotel a facelift, many of which are very affordable. Here are four top ways that you can give your hotel a much-needed uplift.
The primary goal of every hotel manager is to impress their guests. Happy guests are loyal customers, so making sure every person who stays in your hotel leaves feeling relaxed and refreshed is vitally important to the success of your establishment. A key part of this is making sure your guests are satisfied with their bedroom, as this is the part of your hotel they will spend most of their time in.
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