Good People with Executive Complications
Niches who are Inherently Difficult to Identify
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If so, you have the opportunity to offer a unique resource.
Fulfilling Important Needs
Not Fulfilled by Pretty Lobbies
For most members of our core markets, there usually is no other congruent lodging in the United States. Our core markets are largely comprised of high-revenue travelers, but most of them gradually have been pushed to OTAs. They usually attempt to find suitable hotels by awkwardly applying loosely correlated criteria in their searches. Despite the often-generous budgets of their investment banks, defense contractor handlers, and celebrity managers, most members of our core markets are relegated to awkward convolutions and porous compromises. Our honed specialties can provide deftly congruent solutions.
Our markets are primarily comprised of business travelers who receive a positive ROI on rates that are based on our significantly higher costs. Security/visibility sensitivities from their professional and/or prominent statures often then extend to personal vacations—impeding the ability for couples to be romantically relaxed, for example. Some four-star and five-star travelers who have specialty business complexities, security concerns, or news-worthy statures regard us as providing honed solutions.
Not Generalized for Mass Markets
Business, Security, and Health Specialties
Leisure travelers who are seeking ostentatious facilities, opulently grandiose amenities, or subservient formality would be more appropriately served by big-name mainstream hotels. We provide confidentially individualized services for business travelers.