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2018 | nr 4 tom 1 | 89--100
Tytuł artykułu

Creating Hotel Services from a Perspective of Extraordinary Customer Experience

Warianty tytułu
Kształtowanie usługi hotelarskiej przez pryzmat wyjątkowych doświadczeń klientów
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EN
Abstrakty
Celem artykułu jest eksploracja procesu świadczenia usługi hotelarskiej w kontekście wymagań wynikających z realiów gospodarki doświadczeń. Ramy teoretyczne dla prowadzonych rozważań stanowiły: koncepcja marketingu doświadczeń i koncepcja zarządzania doświadczeniem klienta. Na podstawie przeglądu piśmiennictwa i wniosków wynikających z doświadczeń menadżerów hoteli, zaproponowano model badawczy, który dla naukowców może stanowić podstawę przyszłych badań dotyczących usług hotelarskich. Z kolei dla praktyków model ten może stanowić punkt wyjścia przy kształtowaniu takiej oferty hoteli, które silnie będą wyróżniać się na rynku i w pełni spełnią oczekiwania współczesnych klientów, ukierunkowanych na zdobywanie wyjątkowych doświadczeń. Zbudowany model pokazał, że usługi hotelarskie składają się z wielu tzw. punktów styku, w których powinno się badać doznania, a każdy z tych momentów kontaktu z marką powinien zostać włączony w zintegrowany proces zarządzania doświadczeniem gości hotelowych. (abstrakt oryginalny)
EN
This conceptual article aims to explore the process of providing hotel services in the context of requirements arising from the experience economy. Both the concept of experience marketing and the concept of customer experience management provided a theoretical framework for the discussion. Based on a review of literature and conclusions derived from hotel managers' experiences, a research model is proposed, which may be of some importance for researchers, as it may serve as a basis for future studies relating to hotel services. On the other hand, as far as practitioners are concerned, this model may be a starting point for developing a range of hotel services that stand out in the market and fully meet the expectations of contemporary customers, who are orientated towards extraordinary experience. The developed model demonstrates that hotel services consist of many so-called touch points where experiences should be examined, and each of these moments of contact with the brand should be incorporated into an integrated process of hotel guest experience management. (original abstract)
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Strony
89--100
Opis fizyczny
Twórcy
  • Politechnika Gdańska
  • Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Krakowie
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