The current crisis situation caused by the global pandemic has shown that, thanks to the application of digital technology, we can do most of the work both in the office and anywhere else. It is enough to have a laptop, a mobile device and a quality internet connection.
This fact was recognized and quickly adapted by the tourism sector, and many hotel companies, both global and Croatian, offered special offers targeting digital nomads, ie opened their hotels for business guests who use the hotel as an office.
Thus, Arena Hospitality Group (AGH) offered special offers for digital nomads, in its camps Arena Grand Kažela and Arena Stoja, which are open all year round, as well as in the Park Plaza Histria hotel in Pula.
“Arena Hospitality Group is always open to new market challenges, ready to provide our guests with the complete service they need not only for the purpose of vacation but also for the purpose of doing business during their stay in hotels and camps. It is the stay in the camps Arena Grand Kažela and Arena Stoja that enables such an escape from the hectic, dynamic and regular rhythm that has become our everyday life. Untouched nature enables you to experience the beauties of autumn and winter, and at the same time perform all business tasks and obligations unhindered ", stand out from the Arena Hospitality Group.
In the mentioned open camps, high-quality digital infrastructure is provided throughout the year, which, in addition to the existing quality of mobile home accommodation, satisfies both private and business needs.
For digital nomads from the Arena Hospitality Group, they provided the minimum necessary: self check-in, contactless payment, super fast internet, Netflix application, OTT iPTV service for watching TV channels in every part of the camps via mobile devices and a mobile application for guest experience ”.
Also, Arena Hospitality Group, as part of this year's World Tourism Exchange WTM in London, received recognition from the world organization "Responsible Tourism Partnership" for responsible tourism and coping in the covid-19 pandemic.