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Are Luxury Hotels Always Better?

For the hotel industry, the ACSI measures 10 customer experience elements—from ease of making a reservation and check-in to food services, in-room entertainment and staff courtesy. Across five lodging types (economy, midscale, upscale, upper upscale, and luxury), reservation and check-in processes function well, with scores ranging from 84 for economy to 90 for luxury properties.

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Ratings for loyalty programs, Internet service, and staff courtesy show little variation for midscale through luxury. In fact, staff courtesy for luxury brands ties that of midscale chains at 86. Guest satisfaction among hotel types varies the most when it comes to room cleanliness and comfort, food services, and hotel amenities.

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As expected, luxury hotels come out on top and economy properties at the bottom across nearly all aspects of the customer experience, according to their respective guests. There is opportunity, however, for midscale and upscale properties to create services that offer guests an experience that compares well with upper-upscale and luxury hotels by focusing on the most salient aspects: room quality, food quality and on-site amenities such as pools, fitness rooms and business centers.

Read more about the hotel industry in the ACSI October 2013 e-newsletter article, Marriott Hospitality Shines in New Hotel Brand Study.

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