Group and family tickets may be checked in with a single scan. Use partial searches and initials to find your visitors faster. This simplifies the check-in process for both employees and guests, even with difficult-to-pronounce names. Even if you have thousands of attendees on your guest list, you can search it immediately. And if you add or remove anyone from your party, just re-search and all new results will appear.
Family and group tickets include one name per line on the scan barcode. If you need to scan more than one person who has purchased this type of ticket, we recommend using separate scans for each person. Otherwise, you might end up scanning the same person multiple times (which is not allowed).
If you're checking in hundreds or even thousands of people, we recommend using Guest List Mode. It's easy and takes only a few minutes to set up before you start checking people in. Learn how here.
Guest list mode is also useful if you want to make sure that someone specific isn't checked in without their knowledge. For example, if you want to make sure that someone doesn't get left off of their own guest list, or if you want to avoid having them catch you scanning their information.
The first thing you'll need to do is log into your Eventbrite account. Click on "Admin" near the top right hand corner of any event page.
Say it aloud: "Pause." If the client has a reservation, the receptionist may discover their information on the Registration Card (or equivalent) placed in the Registration Box, which is kept at reception and has cards arranged alphabetically by surname. If there is no registration card, they can register as a new customer.
Alternatively, they can ask for someone who will tell them if they have a reservation. If they do have a reservation, this will be confirmed by the receptionist who will then give them any relevant information such as directions to the hotel, restaurant etc.
If they do not have a reservation, they will be directed to the sales department where they will be given instructions on how to make one.
When making a reservation, it is important to say it aloud: "I am booking a room under the name Smith, please reserve a room for me." The staff will understand that you are making a reservation and will take care of it immediately. If you don't mention it, you won't get anything done about it until later.
You can also write "reservation for Mr. & Mrs. Smith" or simply "Mr. & Mrs. Smith". It makes no difference as long as you specify what name goes with which reservation.
The receptionist will then write down your information including name, address, and phone number.
Generally, the process is:
The visitor enters and walks up to your reception/front desk. The visitor is recognized and their information is verified. The front desk personnel will introduce the guest to the hotel. The guest will take notice of the facilities, rules, and restrictions, and will ask any questions that arise. The visitor will be given their keys or keycard.
Visitors usually arrive by car, bus, train, or plane. If a visitor arrives by car, they should use the parking lot of the hotel. Otherwise, they can drive on one of the surrounding streets and stop at a designated space. These spaces are usually marked with blue posts with white letters that read "Park here for visitors."
If a visitor arrives by bus, they will get off the bus near the hotel entrance. If their destination is not nearby, they will be taken to it by taxi. The driver will wait for them outside the terminal entrance.
If a visitor arrives by train, they will get off the train at the station closest to the hotel. A taxi will take them from there to the hotel.
If a visitor arrives in a plane, they will get out of the vehicle at the plane exit. A security guard will direct them which way to go after checking their name badge or boarding pass.
If the guest is visiting the hotel for the first time, they must pick the guest profile before proceeding. Print the registration card from the reservation system and bring it with you. Check in to the system to confirm the guest's details and obtain the guest's signature at the appropriate location. If there are any changes to the guest's information, please repeat this process.
There is more information about prior visits, such as the reservation number, room number, mode of reservation, mode of check-in, check-in and check-out dates, bill number, and room plan. Personal information about the guests, such as their name, phone number, email address, date of birth, and address, is also available. This information can be used to contact them regarding future hotel promotions or offers.
The hotel visitor check-in method includes all phases of the guest's arrival through the issue of the room key; Receiving and Registration 2 The room's allotment 3 Obtain an advance payment. 4 Service of information 5 Complete the check-in procedures. Activate the guest folio. 6 Issue the room key.
Check-out is done at the desk when you want to leave the hotel. You can leave your luggage while going out for shopping or have lunch. When you come back, drop off your luggage at the reception and proceed to the desk to pay your bill and get the folio de registro.
You can also leave your luggage at the cloakroom station and go out for dinner or visit some tourist attractions.
The only thing you need to bring with you during your stay is your personal identification document (ID) to register yourself at the hotel. If you do not have one, you will be required to provide a photocopy of your passport. The hotel staff will then scan it at the front desk of the hotel.
If you are bringing your pet with you, there is no specific procedure for checking pets into a hotel.