Legendary service doesn’t just “happen”. It is the results of years of practice- and listening to the feedback of our guests.
When you arrive at your favorite vacation spot, how well do they know you? Do they call you by name? Have a note of your preferences ? Anticipate your needs before you request them?
Does it feel like you are going home – or perhaps better than home? Legendary service and hospitality is the result of years of experience and investing deeply in our individual guests and also anticipating the needs of new ones to invest in long term relationships.
Whether it is a special personal occasion such as a birthday, anniversary, wedding, you are thanking a client, or simply want to add something memorable for a group stay to each of your attendee’s overnight rooms, Alisal Guest Ranch and Resortwelcomes the opportunity to provide that extra special touch to make their arrival and stay extra memorable.
It is no secret that businesses and companies seek out Alisal Guest Ranch and Resortto host inspirational planning retreats, reward hard-working employees, or provide team-building retreats to rev up the engines for better productivity and teamwork back at the office. While the ranch’s staple core activities delight guests from all over: from horseback riding, archery, fishing, hiking, bike riding, tennis, golf, and more, we take pride in customizing a retreat that accomplishes the meeting planner’s goals. From a ropes course to yoga, to dance fitness classes to a new class we just introduced for a group visiting the ranch: a Wellness Retreat that included a Mindfulness Class. This type of class is enjoying increasing popularity in a society that needs a time-out to regroup and re-focus, and the ranch is the perfect setting just for that.
While technology helps us and can bring critical information for progress, health and innovation at lightning speed, it also has another side. Reports all over the media show how society is attached to their mobile devices and technology more than ever. And more than ever there appears to be a growing correlation between this technological attachment and stress, disease and ironically “detachment” from core values, which are what sustain us as a species to not just survive, but thrive.