Extensive knowledge of different languages and cultures couldn’t be more important within the hospitality sector. Just to name a few, restaurants, bars, hotels and events are hubs for international customers and tourists. As such, it is imperative to cater to their needs to ensure that they feel comfortable and at ease with their foreign surroundings. Fortunately, we, at Easy Words Ltd, provide Hospitality Translations to help you to ensure a warm welcome for all of your guests.
So, regardless of where your customers are from, we can support you by providing bespoke translations that take into account the subtle cultural and linguistic nuances of the languages that your guests speak.
Hotels & Accommodation
More and more people are looking for adventures and the ease of mobility is driving international tourism. As such, translations for hotels and accommodation are crucial in order to facilitate the settling down of your guests. There is nothing more daunting than to arrive in a new country and to not understand a word that has been written or said. Easy Words can, therefore, help you with welcoming your international guests in the warmest possible way.
Multilingual and international events are becoming increasingly popular. Whether it’s a sporting event, a business conference, an art exhibit or even a film or music festival, it is imperative that all communication is seamless. With our reliable hospitality translations, we are able to guarantee quality and idiomatic translations for all of your brochures, presentations, programmes and press releases, just to name a few. Essentially, quality translations will enable your foreign visitors to enjoy to event even more. Don’t let language barriers hinder enjoyment!
Restaurants & Bars
Cities, whether they are large or small, are flooded with restaurants and bars. Simply presenting your menus or the key information on your website in other languages can immediately attract new tourists to your establishment. On a more serious note, many people have allergies, intolerances or restrictions on their diet, as such, it is absolutely crucial that your customers know what they are eating. Don’t let a monolingual menu drive away customers who want to eat there but do not have the confidence to do so.