Bed and breakfast retreats can be very profitable for bed and breakfast inn owners. I will be presenting on an upcoming Professional Association of Innkeepers International (PAII) webinar. Here is the blurb:
“From dreaming to planning and pricing to marketing, Kristi Dement will show you how to profit from designing retreats at your bed and breakfast. She will reveal 15 different types of B&B retreats that your inn could host. Plus, learn several reasons we should all love retreats!”
We will discuss:
- 3 Essential Questions To Ask in the Dreaming Phase
- Understanding the Role of Activities and Breaks
- Crucial Planning Considerations
- Option of Working with Outside Professionals
- Types of Retreats and The Importance of Names
- Customizing Retreats for Specific Clients
- Critical Retreat Policies to Have in Place
- Retreat Pricing Guidelines
- Structuring Your Retreat
- Building Retreat Buzz
- Key Retreat Marketing Strategies
- Reasons to Love Retreats
Throughout the Professional Association of Innkeepers International webinar, I will be sharing the images (like the one above) from talented hospitality photographer Marcus Berg of Unique Angles Photography.
Click here for the blog post with a link to the YouTube video of my previous PAII webinar called, “How You Can Profit From Creating Memorable Guest Packages” led by Heather Turner, the Marketing Director for the Professional Association of Innkeepers International.
This PAII webinar is scheduled to take place on Wednesday January 25 at 2 pm. After the webinar, I will provide a link to the presentation right here. To get more ideas for designing retreats, look at BnBFinder’s website under Specials and then Classes, Courses, and Workshops.
If you can think of another issue for me to address, with regards to designing bed and breakfast retreats, please feel free to comment below. Alternatively, if you have experience leading bed and breakfast retreats, I welcome you to introduce yourself. Tell us the name of your inn and where it is located and let us know what has worked well for your bed and breakfast retreats.