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There is no doubt that a majority of hotels struggled with their revenue during the pandemic and even up until now. City Stasher is sharing secrets that many hotels have used to increase their revenue even while room pickup and occupancy remained low.

London, England – Oct 21st 2021, The American Hotel and Lodging Association predicted that the nearly 50% drop in pandemic era hotel occupancy will continue for the foreseeable future. If hotels want to survive, they’ll need to find a way to turn all that empty space into profit. Many independent businesses and major hotel chains have done just that by partnering with a luggage storage company called Stasher. And best of all, they did it with zero upfront investment.

Stasher makes it a point to offer StashPoints close to all major tourist attractions and transportation hubs. Having luggage storage at a hotel closer to the venue or airport is incredibly convenient for travelers who plan to take in a show or participate in another activity before hitting the airport for a late flight. Hotel managers with their eye on increasing revenue can maximize their unused space by offering to store luggage for travelers on the move.

Laura Bell, one of London’s prominent property managers was quoted as saying, “Working with Stasher has been a great and easy way to monetize our unused storage space.” Stasher’s partners have earned an average of £20K in additional revenue from just two square meters of storage space.

A few hotels that were able to leverage their unused space with Stasher include:

  • Gare du Nord’s Accor Hotel enhanced its profits by a full €20K storing less than 10 bags per day.
  • An independent property owner in Paddington earned a whopping £50K by converting unused space to secure luggage storage areas.
  • Storing traveler’s bags garnered one London hotel over £30K in semi-passive income.

“If your business is in a central location, Stasher can become a solid source of additional revenue,” says Brighton business owner Harun Jalil Deeb. In addition to working with small hotels and businesses in most major cities, Stasher also partners with several prominent hospitality chains, including:

  • Marriott International
  • Premier Inn
  • Accor Hotels
  • Airbnb
  • Blueground
  • Hotels.com

To learn more about how hotels earned thousands of pounds participating in Stasher’s free partnership program, click on this link: https://stasher.com/blog/increase-hotel-revenue.

About Stasher

Stasher is the world’s leading luggage storage network with more than 1,000 locations in over 250 cities worldwide, including London, New York, Rome, and Paris. Stasher has been featured in several prominent publications, including Lonely Planet, the BBC, TechCrunch, and the Guardian.


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