The hotel industry is an enormously large economic playfield with a global market size measuring in hundreds of billions of US dollars per year. In order to control a piece of the market share, hotel owners expect their management staff to create a profitable balance between the interests of the hotel and the requirements of its guests. To do this, they don't just have to be a boss, they have to be a great leader.
Customer satisfaction decides the level of success for all businesses.
Customer Relationship Management (CRM) for hotels, a tool used to monitor customer satisfaction, is based on three core principles; fostering new leads and customers, protecting its current customers, and enhancing the value of all attained customers within the organization.
Valentine’s Day offers hotels an excellent opportunity to increase bookings both for rooms, and tables in the hotel restaurant. In 2019 Valentine’s Day falls on a Thursday, so you can consider hosting events on the night as well a creating exclusive weekend packages. This allows you to appeal to those celebrating on the night and looking for a get-away afterward.
But, how you market your hotel, and the offers you create will play a large role in shaping how potential customers perceive your brand and venue.
For many, food allergies are a way of life and put considerable strain on their ability to go out for a meal with family and friends. To be clear, we often refer to things like food allergies and food intolerances, you should know the key difference.
The success of any business depends on its people. The people you hire to run your restaurant are going to make or break the longevity and profitability of your business. While tech-savviness, strong time management, and excellent interpersonal skills are desirable in any workplace, there is so much more to consider when hiring restaurant staff.