Art is an integral part of the identity of hotels. It communicates with the guests and lets them enjoy a unique experience that no other place can give them. How innovatively a hotel integrates art within its interiors can actually influence a customer’s choice and help them choose one establishment over the other.
He’s smart, well-informed, and on the list of every hotel out there. Millennials have pushed Baby Boomers out of the picture and taken their place as the segment that’s garnering the most love and pampering from the hospitality division. Hotels, both big and small, are vying for their attention. But the question is – are they able to get it? And if not, why?
Boutique hotels defy any particular definition. However, they are instantly recognizable by the idiosyncratic design, styled accommodation, intimate atmosphere, and personalized attention they offer to their guests. All boutique hotels believe in going above and beyond the regular amenities that you find in most chain hotels; instead, they offer a stay experience that’s unlike any other in the world.
A good General Manager can be compared to Atlas, the Greek Titan. While the latter bore the sky aloft, the former carries the burden of the entire hotel on his shoulders. Juggling a variety of responsibilities with a smile, a good General Manager is the epitome of discretion and efficiency. It’s no wonder that they’re considered among the most valuable assets in the hospitality industry.
Have you been blaming external factors for your lack of success? Maybe you should look inward and find out if the real problem isn’t within you. Are you looking forward to success or secretly hoping that it never comes your way?
In today’s competitive business environment, it is extremely important that a hospitality product is perfect to the core for the niche and segment it aims to service. It is even more so important for specialized products like wellness hotels. Hence the role of a specialist in product development cannot be underestimated. Read on why?