The case of Hilton Hotels Group demonstrates that the company has made environmental protection one of the principles of corporate development, guided by its responsibility strategy, and has achieved a win-win situation for both environmental protection and hotel benefits
This case study discusses Marriott Hotel Group's implementation of a food-themed accommodation experience program, which allows visitors to discover the most authentic local snacks and exciting stories from a new perspective of Hong Kong. This program increased customer satisfaction, the hotel's occupancy rate, and overall revenue through word-of-mouth promotion.
The case of Zhuhai Bay Hotel Chinese Restaurant demonstrates the adoption of an integrated marketing strategy to successfully launch a spike campaign through identifying consumer demand and interactive marketing on multiple platforms, which has achieved good sales results and customer reputation. Still, it faces challenges regarding raw material costs and product reputation.
This case demonstrates that Zhengzhou Zhengfang Yuan International Hotel has innovated and enriched its products by integrating health concepts into its hotel services, taking the path of differentiated operation, and developing the idea of a wellness hotel.
The case of Hangzhou Xixi Sheraton Hotel demonstrates that by introducing the "Dining + X" immersive experience, it has successfully broken the stereotype of traditional Western restaurants, improved the dining experience, and attracted the attention of young people.
This case study discusses how Xiang Ming Hotel Huangshan successfully reduced sales pressure and increased brand influence by attracting major clients through a nostalgic-themed event launched during Christmas.
This case study discusses how Xi Bei Oat Noodle Village attracted many consumers by innovating their specialty products and turning Valentine's Day into their exclusive holiday, successfully creating a connection between the brand and consumers.
The case of Wuhan Wanda Ruihua Hotel demonstrates the launch of a celebrity chef's New Year's Eve dinner take-out service during the epidemic through market segmentation, positioning, and joint marketing strategies to meet the needs of high-end people for gourmet food and holiday celebrations.
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The Whisky Carnival at Zhengzhou Crossing Hotel aimed to promote the brand and attract customers through a social marketing strategy. The hotel leveraged its bistro, which transforms into a whisky bar at night, to create a sensory experience for guests. By joining forces with exhibitors and inviting industry experts, the hotel provided an immersive whisky experience through classes and set packages. While the event generated revenue from exhibitor booths and ticket sales, the economic benefits were limited due to a new brand with insufficient preparation time. Challenges included gaining attention and ensuring professional personnel for the whisky bar operation. Overall, the event served to expose the brand and create awareness.