The future for hotels in terms of operations and customer service could be the rise of 5G mobile. While it is very early days yet and while this technology is not expected to be in place for at least another four years, it is something that hotels will have to look at for the future in terms of keeping pace.
If you’re struggling to attract more customers and loyal clients that regularly utilize your travel and tourism company, then there’s likely a problem with your marketing strategy.
You’re stuck at your computer, plugging away at an overwhelming to-do list, when all of the sudden you get distracted by stunning travel photos a friend just uploaded to Facebook.
An intense case of wanderlust strikes. You’re now clicking through to find out more about your friend’s adventures somewhere in the world, as well as to get inspiration for your own future travels.
Small boutique hotels often compete for business with big names in the hospitality industry. Though there is a clear advantage to a widely recognized chain name, there are advantages to not having one as well. Many travelers seek a unique, personalized experience that they will never get at a chain hotel. As a small boutique hotel, this is exactly what you can offer your travelers effortlessly.