Complete a Hotel Guest Check In

Edited by Hotelier, Amanda, Eng

Hello, and thank you for watching VisiHow. Today's tutorial will be discussing the hotel check-in process. We will learn how to send the guest to their room to end the check-in process. We have already welcomed the guest and checked their documents, which may include their ID or passport and their credit card information, if provided. We have also confirmed their stay details, such as the number of nights and the number of guests in the room, and the type of room they will be staying in. We have attained their guarantee or their method of payment. We have also had them sign a registration card if we are not paperless, and we have issued their room keys. Following this process, we need to appropriately send the guest up to their room.

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    Use the guest name as a standard
    It should be used three times throughout the interaction. Use "Mr" or "Mrs" or "Dr" and then the last name. For example, "Mr. Smith" is with us today. We can tell him, "I hope you enjoy your stay."
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    Introduce ourselves
    Provide contact information and invite the guest to get in touch if they need any help. We can say, "My name is Suzanne. If you need anything, I will be in reception. You can contact me in reception by dialing the number 0 on your phone if you need any assistance during your stay."
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    Introduce the guest to the bellman
    Introduce the bellman by name. Let's say ours is named Tom. We can simply say, "Our bellman, Tom, will assist you up to your room with your luggage."
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    This concludes today's tutorial on how to send a guest to their room to close the hotel check-in process
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