Wednesday, 22 November 2017
You may have already seen our dedicated guides to our "big three" support services: on-demand cleaning, social media management and professional photography, but here we present a clear and concise overview of our extensive roster of other services - some are essentials, others are nice to haves, but all are available from us at competitive rates.
Our Social Media Management service acts as an extra pair of hands for hoteliers across Blackpool, working in the background managing your business' online presence through one of our management tiers.
Entry Tier (Free) - our most popular tier
If needed, we'll create your social media profiles and regularly update them with Blackpool events and comments
Standard Tier - Pay As You Go Monthly
A more personalised approach, offering more interaction
Premium Tier - Contract for 6 or 12 months
Our full package, including high interaction, dedicated graphics, custom promotional material. The ability to commission exclusive projects.
No strings attached, working invisibly for your business
"I needed somebody reliable and trustworthy to clean my rooms, without the hassle of employing someone. This service provides just what I needed – ring up, book, cleaners turn up, do the job, leave and then I’m invoiced at the end of the month. The team are very polite, get on with things and did a top class job and I will definitely use this service regularly."
Wendy, TRIPLE C member The Holmeleigh Hotel
Our on-demand cleaning service has quickly become an integral part of many hotels across Blackpool, allowing them to summon our cleaning team simply when they need a boost or as is often the case, having them in regularly.
Standby your letterboxes ! Hot off the press and as seen above is our new showcase leaflet due to be delivered to all Fylde Coast accommodation providers.
As we know how busy you all are, we have made it easier for you to get the best out of us by briefly summarising our key support services and how they allow you to make the right decisions for your hotel.
However, here on our Hotelier Portal, we've gone in-depth about our support services, giving our most popular ones a dedicated blog post each:
Friday, 1 September 2017
The time has come for us to license our brand to other operators in the tourism, hospitality, events and leisure industries. After careful consideration we are looking to work with businesses who wish to highlight genuine enhancements to their core services through the Little Touches ® signifier of quality.
Wednesday, 16 August 2017
Episode 5 is summarised on catch-up service My5 as:
"After saying goodbye to numerous managers, Sean has decided to run his hotel himself, but a string of bad reviews has left him floundering. Can Alex convince him to take his builder's hat off and start running the place like a business ?"
Episode 4 is summarised on catch-up service My5 as:
"Chris and Jonathan bought this crumbling historic building with their hearts rather than their heads, and are now starting to realise the mammoth task before them. Can Alex reverse decades of ugly decor, teach her hosts to clear the clutter, erase the oppressive red and herald a more glamorous, curated look ?"
"The Hotel Inspector heads to Colliter's Brook Farm near Bristol, to try to make sense of owner Richard's Struggling business which was derailed after a planing application was turned down"
Episode 2 is summarised on catch-up service My5 as:
"Alex steps in to try to convince a generous hotelier to pass on the price of luxury to her customers"Key themes:
- Cost control
- Bar sales
- Partnerships and Online Travel Agencies
Tuesday, 4 July 2017
Episode 1 is summarised on catch-up service My5 as:Is Southport ready for a trendy tapas bar? #AlexPolizzi's not convinced! The brand new series of The #HotelInspector starts at 9pm tonight. pic.twitter.com/H2YKWU4UtL— Channel 5 (@channel5_tv) 27 June 2017
"Alex comes to the aid of some first-time hoteliers who are converting the rooms above their craft-beer bar into a hotel, as well as wanting to add a tapas bar and a chicken shop !"The start of the thirteenth series of The Hotel Inspector began with one of our own ! Yes, that's right, Southport's Peaky Blinders, as seen on littletouches.com were given the Polizzi treatment, starting from what was originally called Regency Rooms, before a march over time towards a unified "upstairs and downstairs" offering anchored by the Peaky Blinders theme.
Monday, 30 January 2017
On Wednesday 7th December, new LT GOLD Master Hotel Famille hosted the Winter Little Touches ® Hoteliers Get-Together in North Shore, Blackpool.
Our Get-Togethers are open to all accommodation providers and are the opportunity for potential new members to hear first-hand from our top-drawer GOLD hosts about their experiences with the company and what it means to be a Master of their Niche.