Fan Hunjun noticed that Red Lantern Hotel didn’t have luxurious interiors, but it was merry. The food wasn’t too exquisite, though the public loved it, and he saw that they didn’t cost much.
The lobby was special, for it didn’t house the typical big tables for ten; instead, they had square tables that could sit six at the most. Most of the customers were families of three or four, and it felt homely here.
Suddenly, he realized that hotels needed to have their own specialty; luxury was an all different matter. He saw that if all the hotels in River City catered to the public, the Grand Pearl Hotel’s luxury was its specialty.
Since Red Lantern Hotel was in the middle of an urban area and had limited parking space, their business model that catered to the public was sound. Grand Pearl Hotel was different, for they would have many parking spaces thanks to the neighborhood being new. There was also an underground parking lot in the district, and he thought business would boom if the hotel catered to events like weddings, funerals, coming-of-age, or even monthsaries for babies.
Fan Hunjun was looking around when a waiter came to ask, “How many of you are we expecting, Sir?”
Before he could say anything, Chen Feifei said from behind, “We reserved a couple’s room.”