Hotel Photography and Interior Photography allows your customers to really understand your brand, the location and what exactly they are paying for. Beautiful photography for Interiors and exteriors captures the essence of the location and gives the customer the experience and feeling of how it feels to be there. Our hotel Photography and interior photography documents your location in the best possible way. Our high resolution interior photography when combined with authentic lifestyle and food photography gives s super overview of the quality of your hotel or resort.
Generally what we look out for.
Hotel Video and ambient video helps Build trust with your customers – Our team shoot high-quality video which tells your story. We work from an initial script capturing all of the relevant material needed to tell your hotel and resort video story. Creating a section of digital assets for your website and for all of your social media posts.
Individuality – You’re hotel or luxury resort will have used interior design to create a theme and look in a certain way, it makes sense as a creative team to focus on the individuality These features are unique selling points
Room features – Many resorts and hotels set themes to not just the break out areas but often theme the bedrooms and bathrooms, sometimes relevant to the hotel location of business travellers engaged in travel-related video activities.
Travellers and holidaymakers search for hotels and luxury resorts.
Guests often like to feel that they can be fully immersed in any location, resort, or hotel before they book. A super effective way to transport your guest’s vision to your hotel other than just with a panoramic view or a standard room and space photograph is the ability to utilise 360 imaging which allows guests to see your hotel from all angles as if they were standing there with you. It’s the perfect way to step up your game and invite guests into your world. The customer can actually feel they are there.
These can be in the form of just a single 360 or VR image or with a virtual tour demonstrating all of the best areas of your resort. We offer 360 photography and 3D Virtual Photography.
We design and build functional eye-catching websites with great SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) using open source software and hand coding. We understand budgets can vary from company to company so we offer bespoke website design that fits in with your own needs.
We build all sites on Open Source CMS’s which allow for easy maintenance of content and flexibility. Our deliverables will always include a training session to make sure your team knows how to maintain your website.
Online Social media management is our process of creating, scheduling, analyzing, and engaging with content posted on social media platforms, like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. We set up a plan for your social media strategy and maintain this activity. We respond to customer comments to developing strategy on how to achieve long term marketing goals by publishing original content. We work with social media management tools and set up your ideal posting of content and running your ads
Even if your time is limited, social media management tools and services can make your social media presence a priority. And if you aren’t making social media a priority then you simply must as more activity is driven by this social media activity than just the website.
Hotel social media and hotel marketing is often something you think of after the fact, we try to encourage our clients to begin the process as we begin creating your production. We start the process off with relevant hotel photography and hotel video as behind the scenes which often helps create interest and allows customers and clients to see what is coming in advance of the full production. Each sector requires at least a subtly different approach to social media. Hotel and leisure hospitality is no different and the social media strategy and tactics will vary wildly between hotels too. Why? Two reasons:
1. Because social media is about creating a unique personality for a brand and a venue, and
2. The target audience and, therefore, the approach to actually getting in front of them and influencing their decisions, will differ.