Whatever image you’re trying to give to your customers, background music can play an important part in setting that scene.

Music helps to form the first impression customers get when they arrive at your reception.  Music can improve the atmosphere in your lounge or bar areas.  Maybe your hotel has a relaxation spa, where it’s shown that playing music can help your customers relax and recuperate.

Hotel Music

Working with you you and your team, we can provide background music for all areas of your hotel – reception, lobby, bars, restaurants, health spas, and all areas can be catered for by just ONE system running simultaneous playlists.

Our system is centrally controlled.  Different types of music can be played at different times of the day.  This can be used to help set the scene, for instance, at breakfast.  The music at this time maybe more up-beat than during the evening dining times.

 

Research

78%

agree that hearing music in a hotel makes them feel more relaxed 1

69%

feel hotel music is an important factor in creating hotel atmosphere 1

77%

say a hotel that plays music they like puts them in a good mood 1

75%

of hotel guests like to hear music in the lobbies, bars, restaurants and public spaces 1

Hotel Music Solution

Rosi BMS has been developed with reliability in mind – it’s rock-solid! Our customers count on a system which is able to perform with 24/7/365 reliability.

Rosi BMS has the most advanced automatic playlist selection in any background music product. The system plans out the artists, genres and song tempos properly, and also checks whether it played this song at around this time yesterday.  Wave goodbye to repeated songs or artists and say hello to the best possible combination of music.

Our Automatic Level System ensures that music plays at a consistent level.  You set the volume that you feel comfortable with and we ensures it stays the same.  Quiet songs are boosted and loud songs are tamed.

 

 

1 Research was conducted by VisionCritical in April 2012 among 1,000 UK businesses and Entertainment Media Research in 2009 among 2,000 UK consumers. EMR also conducted the research in 2010 among 400 small retailers, hairdressers, offices and factories.