Hotels in London Fit for a Queen
Thanks to a bumper year which includes the Olympic Games and the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, not to mention the usual tourist attractions and sightseeing opportunities, London is gearing up for what is expected to be one of the busiest years for tourism in memory.
The prospect of the oncoming busy period is fantastic news for the thousands of London Hotels who are eagerly awaiting the onslaught of UK and overseas visitors, and many of these hotels are now in the final stages of preparation for the great opportunity of welcoming record numbers of guests.
The Preparations :
Whenever customer satisfaction surveys and studies have been carried out, one of the factors which is often described as being particularly important to customers are the housekeeping services of an establishment. Whilst men are more likely to judge the appearance of cutlery and glassware, ladies are more likely to be turned off by poorly maintained bathrooms and overall cleanliness.
These facts are very often conveyed to new employees within the hospitality services industry and are often accompanied by the statistics from new or recently done surveys which convey the point. Irrespective of the latest figures, it stands to reason that if London hotels wish to make a lasting impression with the visiting customers, then they need to ensure that every aspect of their hotel, from the places the customers do see to those which are hidden, retain the highest standards of hotel housekeeping London.
How Do They Do It?
In their quest to create a hotel which is indeed fit for a Queen, many hoteliers turn to the services of professional hotel housekeeping services, such as ACT Clean.
ACT Clean have been working with London hotels such as The Ritz, , Claridge’s, W Leicester Square, Corinthia, and Four Seasons, among others, for many years and, as some of the most widely known and highly considered hotels in the UK, their methods are often emulated and admired by smaller, up and coming boutique hotels.
To be ranked among the best hotels in London is a feat in itself. However, with the right approach to a few very important points, there is no reason why any hotel shouldn’t be considered to be fit for a queen, a visiting dignitary or the most discerning of visitors.
Key Areas to Look at :
ACT-Clean focuses on maintaining exemplary standards in all areas of their clients’ premises and judging by their success and the success of the hotels in question, it would appear that if any London hotel were looking to welcome Her Majesty, they could learn a great deal from this example.
ACT Clean’s housekeeping services team focus areas include the entrance, (which includes the windows) to make a great first impression, the guest’s room itself which is kept immaculate by hotel housekeeping services, the kitchen and every aspect of the customer facing areas such as the restaurant, bars and reception. All housekeeping services being available for immediate resolution of any minor issue that may require their attention 24hours a day.
Hazel Actclean - About Author:
John Stevenson is ideally placed as one of the founders and owners of ACT Clean to comment with knowledge and experience on hotel housekeeping services within the luxury hospitality sector in London. John is something of an industry leader in hotel housekeeping London trusted voice in this field and is often called upon to comment.
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