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Marketing In Hotel


marketing in hotel
    marketing
  • shopping at a market; "does the weekly marketing at the supermarket"
  • The action or business of promoting and selling products or services, including market research and advertising
  • the commercial processes involved in promoting and selling and distributing a product or service; "most companies have a manager in charge of marketing"
  • selling: the exchange of goods for an agreed sum of money
    hotel
  • An establishment providing accommodations, meals, and other services for travelers and tourists
  • A hotel is an establishment that provides paid lodging on a short-term basis. The provision of basic accommodation, in times past, consisting only of a room with a bed, a cupboard, a small table and a washstand has largely been replaced by rooms with modern facilities, including en-suite
  • In French contexts an hotel particulier is an urban "private house" of a grand sort. Whereas an ordinary maison was built as part of a row, sharing party walls with the houses on either side and directly fronting on a street, an hotel particulier was often free-standing, and by the eighteenth
  • A code word representing the letter H, used in radio communication
  • a building where travelers can pay for lodging and meals and other services
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How to increase Sales, Management, Marketing & Leadership in your Restaurant/Hotel
How to increase Sales, Management, Marketing & Leadership in your Restaurant/Hotel
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Oldham Market Hotel and Indoor Market Old Photograph
Oldham Market Hotel and Indoor Market Old Photograph
The Market Hotel (lhs: R&R Friday nights upstairs) is long gone (now the site of a building society branch) & the magnificent Victorian Market Hall (rhs) went up in flames in 1972 to be replaced by a Lego type structure. No date on this, but looking at the cars (is that a Ford Cortina I spy there) I reckon it's mid sixties The buildings in the background still survive to this day.
"The Market Hotel" (Pub) Bacup, Rossendale, Lancashire
"The Market Hotel" (Pub) Bacup, Rossendale, Lancashire
THE owners of a Rossendale grot spot have been given their final warning by the council to clean things up. Frustrations about land behind the derelict Market Hotel in Bacup are reaching boiling point among some councillors. Last year, Rossendale police increased patrols in the area which was described as a ‘magnet for anti social behaviour’. LET 260210

marketing in hotel
marketing in hotel
Hotel Sales in The 21ST Century

Today’s marketplace demands that every General Manager must go far beyond general management of their property. GM’s must not only participate in the sales efforts of their property but provide the hotel staff with sales leadership as well. More than ever before, the market is saturated with hotel choices for your customers and they have more than enough information at their fingertips to determine their selection.

Keep in mind the #1 rule for selling to consumers: People buy benefits not features.” We must reverse decades of creating customer feature frustration: “Our hotel has 132 rooms with ironing boards and irons, a hair dryer and free continental breakfast.” Features never were what our guests were looking for from our properties. They have always been looking for the benefits. Benefits are the emotional, physical, conscious and unconscious needs and wants of the customer, his company, his family, their group. When you as GM and all of your employees can comfortably talk about how the features of your property benefit your guests, your collective efforts will be reflected in the bottom line.

Rule #2: “Nothing good happens for your customer until an employee makes it happen.” The 21st century demands that you and all of your employees understand the importance of their contribution to your property’s sales success. Most of the paper marketing pieces we depended on in the past have been rendered useless by social marketing. Today “word of mouth” is consistently the most effective form of advertising. With today’s social networks, your customers can let hundreds, maybe thousands know in an instant how they feel about your hotel. And if that message is unpleasant, that message is very difficult to erase. Good service is whatever the customer says it is. In today’s marketplace, the entire staff is responsible for your hotel’s sales success.


Today’s marketplace demands that every General Manager must go far beyond general management of their property. GM’s must not only participate in the sales efforts of their property but provide the hotel staff with sales leadership as well. More than ever before, the market is saturated with hotel choices for your customers and they have more than enough information at their fingertips to determine their selection.

Keep in mind the #1 rule for selling to consumers: People buy benefits not features.” We must reverse decades of creating customer feature frustration: “Our hotel has 132 rooms with ironing boards and irons, a hair dryer and free continental breakfast.” Features never were what our guests were looking for from our properties. They have always been looking for the benefits. Benefits are the emotional, physical, conscious and unconscious needs and wants of the customer, his company, his family, their group. When you as GM and all of your employees can comfortably talk about how the features of your property benefit your guests, your collective efforts will be reflected in the bottom line.

Rule #2: “Nothing good happens for your customer until an employee makes it happen.” The 21st century demands that you and all of your employees understand the importance of their contribution to your property’s sales success. Most of the paper marketing pieces we depended on in the past have been rendered useless by social marketing. Today “word of mouth” is consistently the most effective form of advertising. With today’s social networks, your customers can let hundreds, maybe thousands know in an instant how they feel about your hotel. And if that message is unpleasant, that message is very difficult to erase. Good service is whatever the customer says it is. In today’s marketplace, the entire staff is responsible for your hotel’s sales success.

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