(Closed) what to put on website for blocking rooms?

posted 6 years ago in Logistics
Post # 3
2775 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: April 2010

You should definitely include the price of the rooms, also the basic information re: hotel name, address, and group code (even if you also included that info in your invitations).  Also, their deadline to book before the block expires and the rooms get re-released to the public.  Provide a link to the hotel’s web site if you know how to do that in HTML.

You may also want to include some information on additional hotels that you have not blocked, but that guests may prefer (i.e. if you’ve booked a mid-range hotel you might suggest a budget option and a more luxurious option).

And leave out the part about how if X number of guests stay there, you get a free room.  The purpose of a hotel block is for guest convenience; a free room for you is a nice bonus, but you should not imply that it is your intention in setting up the block.

Post # 4
1093 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

@sailor:  Exactly what I would have said!

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