Beautiful beach resort along the coast of Bantayan Island, Cebu, PhilippinesAs more people seek to make the most of their vacation days and weekends, you stand a good chance of registering good brisk business at your resort. Spending time outdoors after a long week at the office bears considerable benefits. It enables one to relax, unwind, and recharge their creative energies.

As such, you stand a good chance to grow the number of clients trooping to your beach resort if you can tailor your products to meet these specific needs.

Increase your range of products

In addition to the providing a spectacular view and luxurious accommodation, you need to supply your guest with a broad variety of activities. You need to appeal to the adventurous side of your guest and feed it to them in droves. From deep sea fishing to scuba diving, swimming with the dolphins, and sailing races, you can create a broad range of adventure on the water.

Similarly, you can offer a range of land based adventure including mountain biking, off-road excursion or even hiking expeditions. Offering such packages increases the appeal of your facility and can net you a broad range of clients.

Keep your guests safe

Other than ensuring the superior service to guest coming to your resort, you need to keep them safe as well. You need to provide proper security in and around the facility as well as the individual rooms.

Incidents of theft and losses among resort guests not only waters down the experience but also mars your reputation. Be sure to have qualified lifeguards to on standby to keep your patrons safe when exploring the deep blue sea.

Similarly, keep a search and rescue UTV from Shank’s Argo handy to help any guests in distress. These handy utility vehicles can tackle a broad range of terrain from sandy beaches to mountain ridges. Supplying your team with such equipment demonstrates your commitment to keeping your guest safe.

With a little bit of effort, you can keep guests flocking to your beach resort. Increasing the range of fun activities on offer and increasing the safety measures can give you an edge.

 

 

the author

Jamie Moffett is an Executive Creative Director in a renowned advertising agency in the U.S. He has written three books of short stories and esays.