Guest Satisfaction and Revisit Intention of Muslim Friendly Hotels in Malaysia

Yahaya, Ibrahim and Ahmad Puad, Mat Som and Wan Abd Aziz, Wan Mohd Amin and Myzatul Aini, Maasor (2017) Guest Satisfaction and Revisit Intention of Muslim Friendly Hotels in Malaysia. In: International Conference of Social Sciences and Humanities, 28 November 2017-2 December 2017, German.

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The hotel industry has been one of the most competitive industries in the 21st century,and there is a great deal of research being done on guest satisfaction and consequent effects it has on guest loyalty and financial performance.Many studies have demonstrated that hoteliers that have more satisfied guests experience higher guest loyalty and perform better financially compared to their competitors.ensuring continuity of their business in the long term.The overwhelming demand for quality products and services among Muslim travelers in recent years has led to the establishment of Muslim Friendly Hotels (MFH) in Malaysia and other Muslim countries.It is widely believed that Muslims perceive Islam as something more than just a religion-it is a wayof life.Hence,the religion shapes their consumption behavior even during travel.Currently,very little research has examined the influence of satisfaction on revisit intention among guests staying at MFH,specifically in Malaysia.Preliminary findings from a survey of hotel guests indicate that there is a significant relationship between guests satisfaction and revisit intention, which further explains the importance of desirable hotel attributes in influencing hotel selection and guest's experience.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subjects: H Social Sciences > H Social Sciences (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Applied Social Sciences
Depositing User: Muhammad Akmal Azhar
Date Deposited: 12 Nov 2020 04:22
Last Modified: 12 Nov 2020 04:22

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