Insights on how to run your small property when you don’t have access to the resources that larger hotels do.
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Business travellers don’t always reserve their stays for large, established hotels. Here’s how to make them happy when they come to stay at your B&B.
Here are the five essential basic principles you need to apply at your B&B to get more guests on your rewards program and returning to your property.
B&B guests have specific reasons for choosing a small property to stay at. Here’s what they really want and how you can help them.
In a B&B you’re going to be working closely with your guests, i.e. other human beings, so it’s important you know how to get along with people. Here’s how you can be better at it.
The airline industry goes to great lengths to make sure its customer service is as close to perfect as it can get. Here are the lessons your B&B can take away and apply every day.
One of the biggest barriers to creating the direct relationships small hotels need is guest friction. Here’s what you can do to combat this.
Grove City Motel was finding it hard to manage the day-to-day demands of running a small accommodation business until Little Hotelier made life much easier.
Move beyond simply selling your rooms and maximise hotel revenue with these ancillary strategies.
This FREE eBook will help all B&B or small accommodations operators build a great foundation for making it easier to attract and convert travellers into paying guests, offering specific knowledge and insight on the most important property management skills.
Feedback is one of the major ways to track the success of your property and to find new ways to improve. Here are the main benefits.
Return bookings and positive reviews are vital for the success of your business, so here are some tips on keeping your B&B guests happy and entertained.
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