Have you ever considered offering an in-room hotel amenities price list at your accommodation venue? While amenities, by their very nature, are offered to guests free of charge, some visitors enjoy the products so much that they want to purchase some to take with them when they return home.
This is when a well-designed in-room hotel amenities price list can help you to make an extra sale before they depart. Here are a few tips to help you design a beautiful price list that will make an instant impression as part of your in-room informational collateral:
Choose a good font
Most luxury hotels and lodges have a brand bible that sets out the fonts, type size, etc. that should be used in brand collateral in order to keep things uniform. If this is the case for your establishment, always stick with the status quo. However, if your fonts aren’t set in stone, we recommend going for something classic and highly legible.
DID YOU KNOW? The most popular font in the world is Helvetica. Originally designed by Swiss designer Max Miedinger in 1957, this classic typeface has been used everywhere since its birth in the 1950s up to this day.
Provide a short description of each product
Whether you are offering your guests room mist, body cream or shower gel for sale before their departure, it helps to add an enticing description of each product to your price list. This way, you can use elegantly crafted copy to ‘sell’ your reader on the product even more, and also take the opportunity to share information on the ingredients, etc.
Opt for a clean yet striking layout
When it comes to printed materials like price lists, it’s best to keep the layout very clean and minimal. You don’t want to add to many conflicting visual elements that can confuse the eye and distract your reader. Remember, the only thing they really came to find when they picked up the page (or brochure, whatever the case may be), as a product name and price.
A beautifully printed in-room hotel amenities price list is a good way to make an extra sale if your guests enjoy the body products you provide throughout their stay. Design an attractive menu that features a lovely font type, short description of each product and a clean, yet striking layout that immediately catches the eye by following our guidelines above.