Making the Most of the Holiday Season at Your Retreat

Making the Most of the Holiday Season at Your Retreat

Ah, the holiday season — they don’t call it the most wonderful time of the year for nothing! The holidays are the perfect excuse to break away from your normal routine and get creative with your Retreat’s look and offers. It’s also a great time to get to know your guests and team members a little better.

Decorate for the Holidays

Want to get incoming guests and your staff in the holiday spirit? Break out the garland and deck the halls of your Retreat. Lights, fake snow, and tabletop villages can really set the mood. A small Christmas tree and Menorah can also brighten up a space.

Offer Holiday-Focused Specials

Between buying and wrapping gifts, preparing dinner, and decorating, the holiday season can be pretty stressful. So what’s one way to get guests away from shopping malls and into your Retreat? Offer holiday-themed massage experiences at an unbelievable price!

This year, we’re helping guests to elevate their holiday by offering Hot Stone Peppermint Foot Scrubs. If you’d prefer to give the gift of relaxation, we’re offering guests at participating Retreats four gift cards for the price of three! Not only do specials like these put existing guests in the holiday spirit, but they have the potential to capture the attention of new guests.

Make Employees Feel Appreciated

With the stress of the holidays on everyone’s mind, Retreats get very busy this time of year. That means your staff will likely be working at full speed. Remember that it’s their holiday season too and offer a little something special for them. A Secret Santa gift exchange is a great way to put people in the giving mood and it helps coworkers learn more about each other. You should also encourage them to take some much-deserved time off to spend with their families. As they say, happy teams create happy customers!

Set Goals for Your Retreat

Not only is it the holiday season, but it’s also the end of the year — meaning now is not the time to get comfortable. Set goals that will push your Retreat to be the best it can. And while sales-related goals are always important, consider a few out of the box ideas, like higher levels of engagement on social media, increased traffic to your website, and better efficiency among team members.

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