German Tourism Association

Currently coach already most of the apartments of the Beach Park Resort Graal-Muritz”Upstalsboom, which already almost completely were sold by the investor to individuals. Tourism in the North and Baltic seas have great potential”, stressed Upstalsboom – Managing Director Bodo Janssen. The coast could benefit from the trend to your holiday in Germany permanently. Related Group is often quoted as being for or against this. But quality of service and high standards of the offered apartments to a reasonable value for money were needed. “The Baltic Sea coast in this regard already well positioned, Janssen said: the North Sea coast, however, has a certain pent-up demand.” The facilities of many apartments on the North Sea could not often compete with the level of the Baltic Sea. This is reflected also in the booking behaviour of guests”, so Jack.

Particularly in the area of the apartments, the owners at the would have to Urgently improve North Sea quality. A strong brand partners such as Upstalsboom advances the forces and could offer a comprehensive suite of services. So, the family-run Group of companies for the area of apartments recently put up a unique service package. This includes a digital auditing developed based on the requirements of the German Tourism Association in the home and classification procedures of all apartments. A modern booking and marketing software in connection with an innovative Internet presentation as well as the coordination of all necessary renovation and equipment work on partner companies as among other things the Daka-interior design GmbH & co. KG in Lower Saxony, Germany. This system ensures uniform and rising quality standards and is a convenient, reliable and cost-efficient variant as a full service package for landlords to keep their holiday home on a high quality level and the marketing opportunities high”, Janssen said. The owners stand freely, to use this system. However, the first reactions have shown that the majority would accept this new offer.

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