Loy­alty

Hospitality 9ja - - Hotel Review -

Busi­ness trav­ellers tend to fly and stay in hotels of­ten and that makes their pro­file an ex­cel­lent choice to in­cul­cate cus­tomer loy­alty.

Air­lines and hotels of­fer sim­i­lar ser­vices, es­pe­cially for busi­ness trav­ellers and guests. Air­lines of­fer busi­ness class ser­vices while hotels have ex­ec­u­tive rooms with all nec­es­sary ameni­ties to make the busi­ness trav­eller com­fort­able: large desks, free in­ter­net ac­cess and couches.

Loy­alty Pro­gram has been in ex­is­tence for a long time now but is still un­known to all. This gives in­cen­tives and priv­iledges to fre­quent cus­tomers. It is also ben­e­fi­cial to hotels and air­lines as it leads to re­peat busi­ness.

You can ex­ten­sively im­prove your travel ex­pe­ri­ence through strate­gic use of air­line miles and ho­tel points, for ex­am­ple af­ter 10 nights and 15 stays with a par­tic­u­lar ho­tel brand, you can get a free meal ticket or a free room, fly­ing one-way in Busi­ness Class from New York to La­gos will earn you 5,000 miles and you can ex­change your miles for tick­ets, though this varies as dif­fer­ent hotels and air­lines have var­i­ous loy­alty pro­grams.

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