A guest’s impression of a hotel is formed in the first 10 minutes according to experts. An inviting lobby, quick check-in and a clean room with a mint on the pillow are a great start. But in a competitive industry like hospitality, guests expect more than a room service menu and a notepad on the side table.
Provide Local Information
Hotel guests are generally unfamiliar with the surrounding area and seek guidance as they wander out into the local community. In most cases they turn to hotel staff or a concierge to ask questions about where to go and what to do, which places a burden on employees during peak periods. Hospitality digital signage solves this issue through snapshots of the area and information about the most popular tourist destinations. Interactive digital displays allow guests to explore the destinations in depth by touching the pictures of places they want to visit, then reading a brief description. In addition, digital signs are the perfect place to display weather and temperature information, so guests are prepared as they venture out for the day.
Display Emergency Notifications
It’s not something many like to think about, but emergencies are inevitable and happen when least expected. Prompt, concise communication is essential during a natural or man-made situation. Digital signage for hotels can keep guest informed in real time to minimize confusion.
Adding digital signs to your hotel is like adding a concierge, without the salary or time off. Let RMG NetworksTM show you how to elevate your guests’ experiences with hospitality signage that drives customer loyalty and increased revenue.
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Benjamin Neupert is a Digital Marketing Manager for RMG Networks. His goal is to produce quality, industry relevant content to educate readers on intelligent visual solutions that enhance productivity and communication. Connect with him on LinkedIn.
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