Ambassador and Choosie engage with customers to ensure their every needs are being looked after satisfactorily.
Both establishments and customers are aware that today’s business traveller can easily become tomorrows leisure traveller and vice-versa. Only the unique needs may vary.
Establishments that under promise and over-deliver will ensure customer expectations are exceeded. Consider nutritional value in breakfast and a plan for guests with special dietary requirements.
Choosie knows access to healthy and nutritional lunches can be logistically difficult in remote areas.
Customers are becoming more health conscious and standing strong in their religious or personal beliefs on how food should be prepared.
Many single female customers are nowhere near 100% comfortable going out to dinner on their own. Choosie is only too happy to serve you dinner in your room!
The goals of the room design are comfort, spaciousness and light to both rest and/or work in. There are 43+ facilities on offer for establishments to add to their contributions and customers to search for their unique needs.
If you aren’t getting your best night’s sleep every night, you are selling yourself short.
Rest assured knowing your call will come in on time!
The debates over reasons to shower versus bathing and vice-versa have been going on since the first shower was taken.
Bath time in bedroom becomes as private and personal an activity as sleep and anything else you do in there. Plus no-one can barge in because they need to use the toilet!
The physical activity customers are able to fit in can be shaped around whether establishment has an onsite safe place to jog.
Onsite gym experience is a good—if for the overall customer experience.
Start with binoculars. Ease of use, cost and performance make binoculars the ideal ‘first telescope’