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Luxe Bloom's Success with Luxury Market Exemplifies Emerging Trends in the Hotel Industry

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Press Release | Thu June 11, 2015, 04:16 PM EST


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"Hoteliers have faced the challenge of innovating to make their experience more appealing for travelers, while keeping pricing in check with the guest experience." - Shelley Rosen, Luxe Bloom

Due to the rapid evolution in technology, consumer behavior in the hospitality industry has changed dramatically. In today's economy, travelers are extremely discerning in their choices when booking a hotel and with the wide array of options travelers are offered nowadays, it’s hard to attract travelers. For this reason, hoteliers have faced the challenge of innovating to make their experience more appealing for travelers, while keeping pricing in check with the guest experience.

Today’s traveler is price-conscious, eco-friendly, and above all, he is expecting the maximum level of commodities. Hotels have cleverly adapted to these social changes with creative solutions. From rethinking guestroom configurations to ensuring highly personalized experiences, hoteliers are transforming the traditional one-night stay into a memorable experience. One of the common innovations seen in modern hotels are lobbies re-envisioned as dynamic multi-use spaces. Traditional and simple sofa-table setting kind of lobbies are being replaced by fancy and spacious lobby areas, with both private and social zones, where guests can arrange meetings, use it as an away-from-home office, and mingle. Nowadays, hotels count with hi-tech accommodation, offering guests to adjust lighting, air conditioning, and window blinds from the commodity of their smartphones by only downloading an app.

Personalized spaces are also a common feature hotels are now offering, with the purpose of making each individual guest’s experience unique. Themed spaces are becoming increasingly popular in hotel interior design. Today’s guest expects surprises, little details that will make him/her want come back, and nothing compares to a stunning rose arrangement that can definitely add up to a guest's unique experience. Why not also innovate in your floral?

Luxe Bloom offers various rose arrangements, for both your private and public areas so you can appoint every corner with the finest of details. Luxe Bloom’s innovative arrangements are made with natural, long-lasting flowers that can last up to 60 days without the need of water. The Mondrian Soho Hotel (pictured) enjoys the beauty along with the time and cost savings in their spectacular lobby with our floral. Our no water promise is environmentally friendly as well.

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Press Release | Thu June 11, 2015, 04:16 PM EST


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