If you manage a holiday home, whether it’s a quaint log cabin in the forest or a beachside chalet, you’ll know just how important it is to offer an exceptional guest experience. After all, this is what brings in business and encourages guests to visit time and time again.
Let’s be honest; the first thing you think about when walking into a hotel room is the bed and the linen. We’d all be lying if we said we didn’t look forward to sinking into the crisp sheets and thick, soft pillows on a hotel bed after a long day, whether you’ve been attending business meetings or simply exploring. There’s something quite special about staying in a big, luxurious hotel bed - but only if the bedding is right. Thin, scratchy sheets are the difference between a restful night or an uncomfortable sleep.
As a restauranteur, the single most important thing to your business is getting enough custom through the door. Having excellent quality food should always be your first strategy, but it’s just as important to have a coherent and effective marketing plan too. Building a website, designing a beautiful logo and being active on social media are great places to start. However, if you would like to explore some more innovative marketing strategies, we’ve listed some ideas to get you started.
Starting a hotel business is a challenge, to say the least. Being a hotelier is notoriously stressful and requires a huge amount of investment, time and planning. From the small decisions, like ensuring you have high-quality hotel linen, to choices like location and price, there’s a huge amount to consider. If you’re in the early stages of your hotel business plan, we have some guidance to keep in mind.
Johnsons Hotel, Restaurant & Catering Linen by Stalbridge is a trading name of Johnsons Textile Services Limited, registered in England and Wales with company number 00464645.
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