One of Thailand’s most popular hotel development companies, Dusit International, is planning on opening he first ever hotel in Chatuchak Market, a world-famous location in Thailand. The hotel is scheduled to open up its doors sometime in 2019 and will feature other new retail businesses as well. The area in which the new hotel will be located, is one of Thailand’s most popular tourist destinations. This sounds perfectly fit as to why a hotel should be built there.
The conventional wisdom that hotels should increase business by trying to get more bookings from their loyal customers is being challenged. According to new research, hotels might be better off following in the footsteps of other companies who have made big profits by bringing in new, casual customers who only use their products occasionally.
”Your customers are customers of other brands who occasionally buy you.”
It is suggested that hotels might see better results with marketing strategies that focus on making new customers aware of their brand rather than through focusing on loyalty or reward programs.
“Many travelers do not seem to care much about the hotel brands, as long as they can get the perception of good value by booking through OTAs.”
The quote above comes from the article linked below, and while this may be the case for a lot of people, it certainly isn’t the case for myself and many others who love hotels and also love being shown appreciation from hotels that I show loyalty to. While it is all well and good to court new customers, and as a lover of hotels I wish all hoteliers only the best of success, I certainly hope this research doesn’t encourage hotel marketing departments to start courting new guests at the expense of people who choose to spend their money and time staying at their properties for reasons other than it is the cheapest option they can find.
Original Source: https://www.hotelnewsresource.com/article93811.html
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Discover connectivity, nature, shopping, food and the good life at two of the major intersecting streets in North Bangkok. Experience what life at Ladprao has to offer, which is a little bit of everything it appears. This urban area connects to various traffic routes throughout Bangkok making it easily accessible. There are relaxing suburban areas and grassy parks to explore as well. You will view many different types of people and places, with a wide variety of shops and stores to satisfy all your tastes, from shopping to dining.
“This underrated neighborhood encapsulates Bangkok’s bustling urban excitement and still manages to offer relaxing suburban greenery.”
Original Source: https://coconuts.co/bangkok/lifestyle/848910/
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The Best Western chain has exciting news of opening up their first new Asian hotel in downtown Bangkok. The new hotel will be managed and operated by SureStay Hotel Group, a sub division of Best Western. It will contain 85 rooms featuring in-room free Wi-Fi and a business corner for the working traveler. Asia has a lot of different options when it comes to hotels but needs more lower-midscale accommodations. The new hotel is hoping fill in the gap while being in the center of Bangkok near businesses and entertainment.
Flying with only carry-on bags can save you a lot of money and provide a fee for checking your bag. Although it sounds nice, there are carry on bag limits. Some plane companies will enforce their bag limits more than others. It’s hard to say when you’ll be checked for these bag limits because sometimes they happen on the spot. These bag limit range from 1 Kg to 7 Kg for one bag. If flyers exceed this limit, it can result in a fine.
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