At La Quinta, you can trust that you will always be held to realistic standards and asked to handle every aspect of your hotel in a reasonable manner. You can also trust that everyone in the system will be expected to maintain a level of quality that will ensure a satisfying guest experience and reinforce the positive perception of every other La Quinta hotel.
That's because we only ask of you what we ask of ourselves.
As an owner-operator of over 800 properties, we know through more than 40-years experience what it takes to most efficiently and effectively manage the daily demands of hotel operations.
A happy guest at one hotel will transfer that good feeling to all hotels within the system. That translates into business that goes right to the bottom line. An unhappy guest damages us all. Especially because an unhappy guest complains... to everyone they know.
Quality control is essential to the success of a franchise hotel system. It's all about the guests.
This is where we stand out by standing our ground. We have strict, enforceable contract terms. Poor operators are expelled and marginal operators are not awarded additional franchises. And, we reward up to .5% of our royalty fee to franchisees based on their performance in our Guest Satisfaction Survey.
We offer a simple, but powerful Windows-based direct interface to our Property Management System. Reservations feed directly to PMS at your property, providing seamless inventory reconciliation. Our system is superior to other hotel systems because it compiles a large, effective database of information on every guest statistic that remains in the database, accessible by the property indefinitely. While some systems drop data after 10 days, our data remains, enabling you to compare stats, analyze business, check revenues by company, anything you want.
In developing effective marketing programs, information is definitely power.
This is not an offer. An offer can only be made through an Offering Circular. MNREG #F-4544. Performance varies by hotel, location, market and experience of the operator. If you rely on any performance representation, you must accept the risk of not doing as well.