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In this blog we determine whether hotel wellness design is important for customer retention.

 

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A positive experience allows a hotel to establish an emotional connection with guests, usually occurring in the form of guests feeling happy, comfortable and welcome at an establishment.

For hotels trying to stay competitive, improving customer experience goes well beyond having a good booking process, excellent front desk experience or top notch room service.

With interest in health and wellness at an all-time high, hotels that provide excellent fitness facilities will find themselves well ahead of guest demand.

Below, we’ve listed some of the many ways that different hotel gym designs will boost guest experience and increase repeat business.

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Studio Society

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