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How to Create Sales Opportunities in Your Hotel Lobby

Vendor spaces in the lobby of the Marriott Marquis D.C. promote guest “stickyness” and provide more sales opportunities.

Excerpt from eBook “How to Make Your Hotel More Valuable and Profitable Without Leaving the Lobby” – download here.

Out of a survey of 1,500 travellers, 66% answered that having free internet access at hotels strongly informs their decision to stay there.

Tech amenities are one of the most important factors in choosing a hotel these days, so technology that is fast, easy to use with apps and services integrated

Vendor spaces in the lobby of the Marriott Marquis D.C. promote guest “stickyness” and provide more sales opportunities.

Vendor spaces in the lobby of the Marriott Marquis D.C. promote guest “stickyness” and provide more sales opportunities.

into the brand and potential services are a must. Creating opportunities for hotel guests to stay longer and enjoy the space creates more sales opportunities for your hotel. By integrating your lobby layout, you can also create room for vendors (because who doesn’t love a great coffee shop within their hotel?) to serve the needs of your guests. Not only will this make your guests feel taken care of, it can also increase revenue.

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Evolution of the Hotel Lobby: Drab to Fab

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In this article from prevue.com, writer Johnalee Johnston discusses the evolution of hotel lobby design, as hoteliers look for new ways to find balance between work and play for their guests. Our project, Hilton McLean Tysons Corner is used as a prime example of incorporating a technology lounge into their public space.  Click below to read more:

Evolution of the Hotel Lobby: Drab to Fabwritten by Johnalee Johnston | Posted on April 4th, 2014 Lobby & Technology Lounge, Hilton McLean Tysons Corner With business travel expected to increase in 2014, quite a few hotels are scrambling to develop ways of catering to a new breed of worker: the officeless employee. Business-centric nooks-a.k.a.

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