3 Ways to Make Your Client’s Valentine’s Trip Extra Romantic

As a travel agent, you have the power to turn your clients’ vacations into unforgettable romantic escapes. With Valentine’s Day approaching, here are 3 ways to make your client’s Valentine’s trip extra romantic.

Make Your Client’s Valentine’s Trip Extra Romantic

1. Request Roses and Champagne for the Couple’s Room

Elevate your clients’ experience by having the hotel staff prepare a bottle of champagne and rose petals in their room. Once the couple arrives to see the lovely arrangement, their vacation will automatically start on an amazing note. You can also simply recommend a romance/honeymoon suite to your client; such rooms already come with these kinds of romantic amenities. However, you can still add romantic touches to a regular category room by simply putting in a request with the hotel staff.

Make Your Client’s Valentine’s Trip Extra Romantic

2. Arrange a Tailored Couple’s Spa Experience

Go beyond the typical travel package by arranging a tailored couple’s spa experience. Work closely with resorts that offer exclusive spa packages, ensuring your clients have access to side-by-side massages, aromatic oils, and a private spa suite. Emphasize the rejuvenating and intimate nature of these experiences, allowing couples to unwind and connect on a deeper level during their romantic getaway.

Make Your Client’s Valentine’s Trip Extra Romantic

3. Coordinate a Private, Romantic Dinner on the Beach

Take your clients’ Valentine’s celebration to new heights by coordinating a private, romantic dinner on the beach. Liaise with resorts and destinations to ensure a seamless setup. Have the staff set the scene with candlelit tables, personalized menus, and the gentle sound of waves in the background. This gesture will undoubtedly leave a lasting impression, showcasing your dedication to creating unforgettable moments for your clients.

By implementing these 3 ways to make your client’s Valentine’s trip extra romantic you’ll turn vacations into love stories. This is essentially an example of providing Customer Delight, which we talk more extensively about in our Sales & Customer Service lessons in the Travel Agent Academy. Make sure to check it out!