What makes A Good Hotel in Barrow
Posted by Nick Niesen on October 29th, 2010
What makes A Good Hotel in Barrow?
Many people stay in hotels in Barrow for special occasions or events. Tourists save to take a vacation and a major part of the expense is from hotel bills. Important or once-in-a-lifetime personal or business events are usually held in hotels. People who want to get away but do not want to go so far, stay in hotels.
Whatever your reason, your hotel experience will be part of your vacation, your important once-in-a-lifetime event, or your business meeting. Due to the importance of the occasions and/or reasons for staying in a hotel, it is important to choose a good hotel in Barrow.
What is a good hotel? Hotels in Barrow are classified according to the size, facilities and services offered. But even among hotels of the same category, there are outstanding ones and there are poor ones. A hotel which provides a worry-free experience to its guests will be long remembered as a good hotel, so what makes a hotel stand out among the rest?
- The staff- They are the most important asset of a good hotel. They are the ones who communicate with the guests and who go out of their way to accommodate and attend to their needs.
- Hotel facilities in a good hotel should be well maintained, especially the toilets.
- Small features that make the lives of the guests like a safe for valuables, hair dryer, clock, television, big mirror, conveniently located power sockets.
- Freebies in the room like free coffee, tea, fruits, or candies. They cost little but gives a caring impression to the guests.
- Good food in a wide variety and generous servings.
- Conveniently-located and comfortable beds. Think of the comfort to the guests if light switches and telephones are easily reached without getting up from the bed.
- Security: Guests should feel secure and safe, Are the door knobs all in good condition? How about the windows? The fire exit location should be identified.
-Some reading materials for guests who need to rest first before sleeping.
- A survey sheet in every room or a suggestion box in the lobby and in every function room. This would enable the guests to communicate their complaints to the hotel decision makers. That they have informed the hotel staff of their complaints would make them want to come again to see if their suggestions have been acted upon.
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