Have you seen today’s commercial swimming pools and spas at the local resorts? I mean, talk about AMAZING!!
Commercial swimming pools of 2013 are so elaborate and ornately designed in order to captivate the senses of each guest or resident, depending on the building (e.g. resort or condo).
It’s no secret that resorts in Florida do their absolute best to provide wonderful accommodations with the intention of retaining each guest so that there’s no need to wander off site.
Resorts not only spend an inordinate amount of money on pool & spa renovations, but also:
- Food and beverage
- Pool-side lounge chairs, tables, and privacy tents
- Pool-side entertainment including:
- Karaoke stations
- Live music entertainers
- Games for families
- Slides, waterfalls, and water features
Not all commercial pools belong to resorts
It goes without saying that not all commercial pools here in Southwest Florida belong to resorts.
There are plenty of condominium complexes that are also renovating their pools in order to attract more residents.
The point that I’m trying to make is that if you’re not keeping your pool, spa, and other amenities up to par with the competition, don’t be surprised if your target market takes their business elsewhere.
And don’t fall into the trap of believing “Well, those kinds of pools and amenities are mainly found in the big cities and resort towns of Orlando, Miami, and Tampa.”
That’s just ridiculous because if you’ve visited some of the local resorts and condos on Sanibel, Captiva, Naples, and Fort Myers Beach, you’d see that all of the elements that I described above are already here!
The question is, are you taking advantage of all the modern advancements in outdoor entertainment to keep up with the Joneses?
If you own or manage a commercial swimming pool & spa here in Southwest Florida, ask yourself these questions: