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The hospitality industry has been one of the hardest hit industries by COVID-19, with most bookings cancelled or delayed for the foreseeable future. But while travel plans might be on hold for now, many people still haven’t stopped dreaming of their next vacation. And they’re actively looking for inspiration for where to go next.
One place hotels can continue to meet their customers is in virtual reality. Hotel virtual tours can bring potential guests to resorts remotely and allow them to view rooms and facilities before booking. Guests can “try before they buy”, without getting overloaded with unnecessary descriptions and information. In turn, hotels can attract more customers and secure more bookings.
A hotel virtual tour should represent facilities accurately, but attractively, and provide a high-quality, immersive experience.
We enable VR users to experience the highest quality immersive virtual tours of hotels, resorts and destinations they would like to visit. We also provide VR content for hotels to help them boost their sales and social media presence.
We believe virtual reality is the way of the future. We want to bring the future to now and help drive VR content in our very own way.
How can VR hotel content help resorts attract customers?
There are so many different ways our clients can use VR content. They might use it for trade shows, wedding or MICE (Meetings, incentives, conferencing, exhibitions) conferences, at meetings with potential partners and agencies, transferring guests from airports to the hotel, or even for in house training of their staff.
By showcasing their hotels in VR, especially at these kinds of events, their hotel booths can stand out among other hotels. It also provides a unique experience for their potential buyers and potential customers.
One of the best things about VR hotel content is that it brings guests to the resorts as if they were there and they can view the rooms and facilities. The immersive experience captures angles that traditional flat content cannot present to viewers.
VR is becoming more and more popular. VR headset users reached 200 million globally and is increasing rapidly. Hotels can now advertise over these platforms and use them as a new channel of engagement with customers.
The concept of “brand awareness” is more important than ever.
Regardless of your targeted audience, everybody dreams, thinks and wishes to travel. Google’s Travel Moments that Matter guide says that when people are dreaming, they’re just before the planning phase. People are looking for inspiration. This is your opportunity to be top in their mind.
Virtual tours keep people on your website up to 10x longer (Independent market research for Google)