Guests who stay at hotels are accustomed to getting the amenities that they would find at home, such as a free meal in the morning and free internet. There are various aspects of service that hotels are rated on, and it seems that guests are simply requesting more than what hotels can offer. The satisfaction of hotels from guests has increased from last year, but that doesn’t mean that guests don’t still have complaints and desires that they want to see met.
Some guests have acclimated well to the amenities that hotels offer in order to add value to each stay. However, there are still some things that guests just want more of, and some hotels feel that the only thing that can be done is to make sure guests feel welcome and appreciated while they are on the property. One of the areas where guests have noticed an improvement is in the luxury that is offered by hotels as there are many chains across the country that are remodeling and changing the style of the rooms to cater to the desires of guests, making the rooms look more like small apartments than a typical hotel room. One of the things that a recent survey noticed is that guests in today’s generation isn’t as interested in rewards programs as they are with the amenities.
Real estate agent Terry Baltes has sold several properties ranging from homes to hotels. He also has a long line of success with self-storage companies. Baltes understands that there is a relationship between the agent and the property owner in order to get the best deal possible for both the buyer and the seller.
Terry Baltes has been a contributor to many real estate agencies in Dayton, Ohio, for almost 40 years. He excels in the real estate field by making it a passion in his life instead of just a job. He graduated from the Ohio State University before entering the real estate market.