Another Father’s Day is looming and you know that Dad deserves a treat he won’t forget. Replace the tie with a tour ticket and take Dad out on an adventure that he’ll cherish.
As the summer draws near, many couples are getting ready to say “I do.” One of the most important events leading up to the wedding is the bachelor or bachelorette party. If you’re someone who wants to go above and beyond for your friend that's getting hitched, it can be difficult finding something fun to do. We have a couple of ideas that’ll make the task less difficult for you.
Chris joined OnceThere in August 2017. Although officially a QA Engineer, Chris is our unofficial graphic designer. He is also the first person that non-technical team members go to for all their technical question. Read on to meet Chris.
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Most savvy tour and activity providers understand that having a good digital strategy allows them to gain access to more customers. Figuring out how to accomplish that goal can be overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be. You’ll find three easy ways to improve your digital strategy to get in front of more customers and get more bookings below.
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The SMERF (Social, Military, Education, Religious, and Fraternal) category in hospitality is one that is consistently reliable regardless of overall travel trends. Focusing on providing room blocks and packages for groups such as reunions, conferences or weddings can be a very lucrative option for your property.
There was a time in the lodging industry where the concierge was king and queen to hotel guests. During those days when options in the Yellow Pages and other directories were overwhelming, guests would turn to a hotel’s concierge to help answer even their most basic local travel questions.
If guests at your property are still turning to your concierge for the same things and at the same rates they did during the days when mobile devices and online search engines weren’t ubiquitous, then you are not best utilizing your staff's time. There are ways to free up your concierge and front desk staff’s time when it comes to their interactions with travelers so they can focus on making the best overall guest experience possible:
With hotel labor costs and competition in the lodging space steadily increasing, hotels aiming to win market share understand that increasing guest satisfaction helps their bottom line. Accomplishing that goal is often easier than many hoteliers know. The followingtips show you how to reduce costs while increasing guest satisfaction.
As a hotel manager or owner, making sure your guests are happy during their stay is top of mind. Often, energy and resources are focused on the upfront booking process, making sure travelers are checked in and their rooms are clean. This leaves few resources or time to make sure guests have the right information to ensure they enjoy their time on your property and in your city.