I am presenting a Professional Association of Innkeepers International (PAII) webinar called “Creating Holiday and Seasonal B&B Packages” on Wednesday September 20, 2017 at 2 pm EST. Attendees will hear examples from actual holiday and seasonal packages currently (or previously offered) at B&B inns.
You will learn WHY you should offer holiday and seasonal B&B packages to your guests. Hint: it has to do with repeat visits throughout the year AND adding an additional stream of revenue to your business.
Discover why it is important to customize your own packages. Take your local area into account as well as the interests of the types of guests you host. Your packages can also relate to a specific culture, your inn’s history, your inn or city’s name, and your guest room themes.
We will discuss the disclaimers you may want to add to set clear guidelines and manage expectations. I will discuss key issues that matter to your bottom line.
Your inn can celebrate many seasons and holidays, including:
- Veteran’s Day
- December Holidays
- New Years Eve
- Groundhog Day
- Valentine’s Day
- St. Patrick’s Day
- Mother’s Day
- Memorial Day
- Father’s Day
- Independence Day
- Labor Day
I give specific examples of real bed and breakfast packages that relate to the seasons and to holidays. I state that the best way to learn more about the packages is to click on their respective website links. For those of you who would like my list of links as well as my list of potential disclaimers you may want to add to your packages, please contact me and I will email you that information.
I do share which season of the year has the least amount of packages during its months. This is a great opportunity to stand out by being the inn that offers a package for only during those few months.
You may email me any questions you have after watching my presentation. I am happy to provide specific, practical advice about how you can maximize packages at your inn. I will insert the link to watch the webinar right here.
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