"Life is a journey" - we all hear this so often; a journey is experience, a journey full of events OR we can also say that Life is a Journey!
Part of my campaign is to capture reviews from those that stayed with us, we hope that all build some great memories with us and look forward to having you come back again.
We put together a "Check out report" - listing a few links where you can post your reviews;
we appreciate your time and encourage to help us get the word out about our environmentally friendly efforts and the ongoing process of sustainability.
This is the body of the e-mail message we sent when we send out the "Check-out report!"
TODAY'S ANALOGY: a REVIEW = in value, a great tip or,
in other words, we appreciate a Review as much us our housekeeping appreciates a tip on the night stand!
(I know there is room for interpretation; all I want to say is don't worry if you didn't tip my housekeeping, I'll be much happier or equally the same with a great Review. it's just a different WAY of tipping!)
"Thank you for staying with us, we hope your experience helped you build great memories and you are planing to return!
Please take a minute and rate us, let us know about your experience at our establishment. We thank you in advance for that.
For those with on Facebook, please find us at:Facebook page
Also you can use our guest book - no need to sign or open an account, - of our web page link -
use Trip Advisor here
Find us on Yahoo also
Use Google, Kayak, Yelp, Insider Pages and many more sites where our property is listed.
Your time is much appreciated.
We hate spam as much as you do.
We do NOT share or sell your e-mail it to anyone."
Again, thank you for reading this post and mostly for your participation!
Monday, July 4, 2011
Tuesday, June 28, 2011
When we did some changes to our card processing system, we decided that it will be worth trying to accept American Express.
Little I knew that the card is offering so many incentive to the cardholders, that whoever has one is trying to take advantage of the travel miles Plus or Reward Points - I do not have an American Express card but, see for yourself here!
Since we made that decision, I am able to capture more business or more business travelers.
Thank you everyone for bringing your business to our eco-friendly establishment!
Tuesday, June 14, 2011
Other TRAVEL TIPS
See our Inn's policy
• Verify and clarify. Call to verify your reservations and arrangements. Get the details
behind vague promises that you’ll be staying at a “five star” resort or sailing on a
“luxury” cruise ship. When you have the names, addresses and telephone numbers of the airlines, car rental companies, and hotels you’ll be using, confirm all arrangements for yourself.
• Put it on paper. Get the details of your vacation in writing. Get a copy of the company’s cancellation and refund policies, and ask “What if...?” Consider whether some form of travel cancellation insurance may be appropriate.
• Use a credit card to make your purchase. If you don’t get what you paid for, you may be able to dispute the charges with your credit card company. However, don’t give your account number to any business until you’ve verified that it is reputable.
• Avoid a travel club flub. Ask questions before joining a travel club. Sometimes, a “free trial” membership can result in unauthorized charges on your credit card. Find out what you’ll get for your money and how you can cancel.
• Won a “free” vacation? Not so fast. Scam artists may tell you you’ve won a “free” vacation, but then claim to need your credit card number for “verification.” Tell them to take a hike. If the promotion is legit, you never need to pay for a prize.