What do hotel phone guest service keys actually contribute to a hotel’s bottom line?
Information provided to Cetis by a major, full-service Los Angeles hotel reveals that room service orders total as high as 65,000 annually. All were ordered on room phones using single button pushes. Now imagine that the average room service order totals $20. Those 65,000 calls at $20 equals $1.3 million dollars in room service orders, thanks to that convenient single button on the room phone. Let us help you ensure a positive guest experience, and drive new telecom revenues with guest service key equipped Cetis room phones. Click here for details, here to request a quotation, or here to arrange a consultation.
Are your room phones equipped to deliver a positive guest experience?
Ever stopped to think about it? Guests of all ages interact with the room phone in a variety of ways, often leading to either positive or negative reviews. Industry research confirms that guests dial for revenue-generating hotel services, as well as outside services, room-to-room, to check voice mail, and during an emergency. And with smart new Cetis room phones, guests may also stream music, charge smart devices, and more. Need to update your phones? Click here for a quote, or here to for a consultation.
The indomitable room phone continues to positively impact guest satisfaction, and revenues.
Room phones with pre-programmable guest service keys continue to positively impact guest satisfaction. In fact, one large, full-service hotel reports guest service key orders of up to 65,000 annually. At an average $20 per order that's $1.3 million dollars in room service revenues. Annual international call revenues have been reported in the $240,000 range. The room phone is a revenue-driver that guest smart devices cannot duplicate. Click here to request a quote, or here to arrange a consultation.