The creative group at Marketing Luxury Hotels has won virtually every creative award there is for website development. These accolades come from within the hospitality Industry including Gold HSMAI Adrian Awards and from global creative competitions open to any product or service including W3 Awards, Davey Awards and The Communicator Awards.
We approach web design differently
Most agencies select a template and then insert a client’s message resulting in many hotel websites looking so much alike. At MLH the creative group designs a custom site with a look and feel that best fits each hotel’s unique positioning and personality. Once the website concept is approved, we start on the coding to bring a responsive and adaptive website to life. Each site is unique, fast loading and user-friendly to provide a superior User Experience (UX), automatically adjusting to any size screen or device size while deploying the latest search engine optimization behind-the-scenes to maximize visibility, generate leads and bookings.
Our expert copywriters are not only steeped in the principles of direct marketing (getting people to act) but also in Search Engine Optimization (SEO). The net result is copy that gets visitors to book and a website that ranks high in Google and various other search engines. Another difference is we create websites to build your database and support a strong CRM program to build loyal customers.
Talk to us about building a site that will be unique and offer your site visitors the best possible UX and support all your marketing efforts. It will be the best investment you ever make.
After suffering through years of low occupancy, I hired MP&A to manage Rosalie Bay’s marketing. Their team is thorough and proactive, and understands my goal of having a positive impact in the community and environment. Since working with MP&A, occupancy and revenue have doubled, we have received recognition from top industry publications such as Condé Nast Traveler and T+L, and we have spread the word about our turtle conservation program. This all helped us to be named a National GeographicUnique Lodges of the World charter member.Beverly Deikel