Islamic Hotel from Concept to Design, Operation, and Management; an Operational Hotel Model Through the Exploratory Analysis of Faiths-Base Needs
Keywords:Islamic hotel, Dhiyafa, Faith-based needs, guestology, pull-push theory
The demand for Islamic hotel services is increasing as a result of current trends in the global halal trends. Islamic tourism is a propensity in Muslim countries due to induced consciousness, islamophobia, and religiosity among Muslim tourists. It is essential to provide anoperational model for potential suppliers and investors to build up an Islamic hotel for the target community. While analyzing the supply side's awareness and acceptance level, this study will address the operating model of the Islamic hotel. The hotelier and entrepreneur are constantly introducing new concepts and ideas into the hotel business to attract new customers or boost customer retention, as well as to successfully operate, sell, and generate profit. The Islamic hotelsbring an additional spiritual leadto other commercial business models. The operational model presented in this manuscript shows several features and attributes from the demand and supply side, which filtered through the sharia law acceptability for the focused group.
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Copyright (c) 2022 Dr Mohammad Alam; Prof Dr Muhammad Nasim Khan, Dr. Amjid Perviz
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