Tips for hoteliers to make the most of the holiday season.
With Thanksgiving come and gone, you are free to devote yourself to the winter holidays. As a hotelier, there are many things that you can do to inject holiday spirit into your property. Here are some of the suggestions that you should try at your hotel for the holidays.
- Holiday Packages
To encourage guests to book during the holiday season, you should create an incentive by offering special packages. Your holiday package can include things like a free holiday dinner, gift-wrapping services, holiday treats, and even a visit from Santa for traveling families. When creating your package, consider working with local businesses so you can offer your guests experiences such a sleigh rides and tickets to local shows and events.
Turning your hotel into a holiday venue requires festive decorations. As soon as Thanksgiving celebrations end, it’s time to break out the ribbons, garlands, lights, and ornaments. Of course, you cannot forget to include a Christmas tree displayed prominently in your hotel’s lobby. By decorating for the holidays, you can create a welcoming holiday atmosphere for your guests as soon as they walk through your doors.
- Seasonal Menu Offerings
For many people, the holidays evoke memories of delicious foods and sweet treats. To appeal to these memories, your hotel restaurant and bar should introduce holiday specials. Serving up dinners of roasted turkey and carved ham will give your guests a wonderful taste of the holiday season. Your bar can also join the festivities by offering special drinks such as mulled wine, alcoholic eggnog, and other seasonal classics.
These are some of the things that hoteliers can do to bring the holidays to their properties. Are you looking to renovate your property this holiday season? If so, then contact Nikki Fox at Parkwest General Contractors at Nikki@ParkwestGC.com. Our dedicated team is eager to assist you with all your building upgrade needs today.