New Delhi (India), March 10: The economy has been shifting toward an experience-based market, and as a result, many people are changing the way they prioritize and spend their money. While millennials are the leaders behind this shift, all age groups are starting to adapt, especially after spending more time at home than ever in the last few years. In fact, according to a third-party research study, 70% of consumers now value experiences over products or things.
But what makes a truly memorable travel experience? While the answer to this question may differ depending on who you ask, an underlying theme is sure to be revealed: an exceptional trip is much more than the accommodations. Think about it – when was the last time someone you know cited their hotel room as the only memorable part of their vacation? There is, of course, plenty to be said about a gorgeous hotel with a sprawling lobby, breathtaking views, modern amenities, and a pristine room. But the experiences offered outside of that room – from adventures to cultural awakenings – play an undeniably important role in shaping a traveler’s perspective on the quality of their trip.
With this in mind, it should be no surprise that most of hotel aggregators has shifted strategies over the last few years to offer guests far more than a comfortable bed abroad. As the platform looks to better engage travelers hungry for unique and memorable experiences across global destinations – guest experiences have become a core part of its offering.
In 2022, NSN Hotels viewed as a critical disrupter of the hospitality industry. While the short-term rentals offered on the platform may compete with traditional hotels, it’s important for hotels to pay attention. To remain competitive, hospitality brands are encouraged to acknowledge the differences between their offering and NSN Hotel’s and identify strategies that could be adopted to win more business and better connect with modern travelers.
Traveling continues to be the most sought-after type of experience for consumers today. According to Luxury Traveler, 57% of all Indians are saving their money specifically for travel, and not surprisingly, Millennials were higher than the average, with over 65% doing so.1 Our internal findings can be broken into two main takeaways: searches and clicks for tours and activities are up compared to pre-pandemic times, and travelers are prepared to spend more on luxury travel experiences in 2023.
The demand for unique travel experiences is not new, but in the wake of the pandemic, guests are increasingly eager to make lasting memories while exploring new parts of the world. As the adage goes, “you don’t know what you have until it’s gone,” and, for two years, travel was almost entirely off the table. As travel and hospitality surge back to life, many travelers around the world are now feeling a renewed sense of wanderlust – and it’s up to hoteliers to determine the best way to capitalize on this demand.
While the hospitality experience is, in many ways, centered around an in-person service exchange, hotels cannot effectively run without a technological ecosystem comprised of core platforms such as the Property Management System (PMS), Revenue Management System (RMS), Customer Relationship Management system (CRM), and more. The NSN Hotels, in particular, acts as the heartbeat of any hotel’s tech stack, allowing property owners and front desk workers to manage their property by coordinating reservations, online booking availability, payments, and reporting in one central place.
Trusted by over 1300+ leading independent hotels, luxury resorts, multi-property groups worldwide, NSN Hotels is the industry’s first 360 Degree (Customer, Hotel, OTA & Technology) fully automated all-in-one hotel aggregator platform.
Reshaping a legacy hospitality technology landscape, packed with powerful features to streamline and automate operations while increasing staff productivity and guest satisfaction, NSN Hotels can help hotels maximize profitability, auto room allocations, and auto inventory management can reduce operational costs by 50%, while the upsell engine can increase bookings by 30% while enhancing the guest experience.
The company was founded by an Ex Indian Army Official Mr.Amit Samanta from Delhi says his vision is to give best experience to his Guests and more profitability to Hotels and currently serves over 60,000 rooms, 3300+ Hotels in 100 cities across India.
The NSN Hotels are offering upto INR 2000 rupees cash back on your 1st Booking and to avail this, guests just need to download the app, register and make a booking… Guest will instantly get credited with 2000 INR.
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