Dear hoteliers, The circumstances are becoming more and more difficult to manage and a lot of hotels have temporarily been forced to close until restrictions are lifted on being able to receive guests again. These circumstances shouldn’t prevent you from communicating with your customers. Far from it in fact! You absolutely must keep your custmers informed of how the situation is developing and reassure them that you and your team are doing well. Enjoy reading!…

Dear hoteliers, Some time ago, I was at a meeting with a hotel group just to catch up with them. Regarding their history and loyalty – they’d been working for years with a colleague who managed their Pre/post-stay customer relations – out of all our services, they only used our email campaign solutions. Their PMS and Channel Manager were connected well; but their PMS did not enable any 2-way comms (upstreaming and downstreaming of information)…

Dear hoteliers, Three years ago I published the top 20 best services to provide in your hotel ( http://blog.experience-hotel.com/twenty-services-that-your-hotel-needs-to-have/ ). However, today we live in an era of hyper-personalization. Impersonality is no longer fitting; so an update is required. Customers more than ever expect to receive services that meet their needs and expectations. Satisfying them is not only especially rewarding but also a promise of a prosperous future. Here is a tool for you to…

Dear hoteliers, I have never considered marketing to be an esoteric or abstract domain in which only Geniuses are capable of producing miracles. While it is true that marketing is an extremely precise, even mathematical science, and must be supported by good ideas, this also holds true for all other professional domains. But what about relationship marketing, that intangible marketing approach whose purpose is to increase the life cycle of your own guests (loyal guests repeating “consumption”…

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