Most limited-service properties provide an exceptional value.
Good quality rooms, basic amenities, free breakfast, Wi-Fi, fitness, pool, etc.
But do you really know which amenities are generating revenue? Which amenities are being utilized by the guests? And which amenities are going beyond the guest expectations to provide a truly hospitable stay?
Assuming the basics are being met, how do you provide something extra that most guests will appreciate and utilize, that will also generate additional revenue.
Within the limited service hotel space there is not a lot currently provided to relieve frequent travelers from jet lag, cramped seating, and the general wear and tear that goes along with being a road warrior.
Consider these facts:
- Approximately 100 million Americans have Chronic Pain
- 80% of Americans will experience low back pain at some point
- People will pay to avoid chronic pain
Here’s a potential solution for your guest wellness and recovery needs: HydroMassage.
HydroMassage is an inclusive amenity enjoyed by all guests, conveniently accessible 24 hours a day to ease the aches and pains of traveling.
It’s the perfect way for your guests to relax with a personalized massage experience after a long day of work or play.
A Hydromassage Zone is an automated mini-spa ideally located in a semi-private area near the main lobby.
This self-directed massage amenity has been able to generate an additional $2,000 to $5,000+ per month in incremental revenue, and guests love it.
“HydroMassage has been a great amenity in my property. It has increased our loyalty score and guest satisfaction. It has also enabled us to generate additional revenue for every unit.”
– John Moradi, Choice Hotels
Here are guest reviews of a HydroMassage Zone in a Choice Hotels property in Florida.
After going through the stress of having my house tented it was amazing to get a massage right here in the hotel! I really enjoyed getting away even for just ten minutes and really just relax! I suggest you try it out if you come here!
To learn more about installing a HydroMassage Zone that will increase guest satisfaction and improve your revenue, contact Jeff Josephson, HydroMassage Director of Hospitality Sales at firstname.lastname@example.org or 206.954.8597.
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