Hotel Esplanade offers its guests a new unique service

first_imgZagreb Hotel Esplanade offers its guests a new unique service that they want to enrich their stay in Zagreb and this historic hotel with professional photos from their trip.With a focus on creating special experiences, continuing the trend of innovation in order to offer more than expected, the Zagreb hotel Esplanade introduces a professional photography service for guests. The idea of ​​the service created in cooperation with the MyTripographer photography studio is to offer guests a relaxed tour of Zagreb, enjoy the parks and city sights accompanied by a professional photographer who will capture happy moments with top photos and turn them into unique lasting memories. Take more than selfie photos with you on your trip.”So that professional photography would not be reserved only for weddings and special occasions, we decided to offer such a service to our guests and allow them to become stars for one day, to experience the destination in a special way and bring with them wonderful lasting memories of an unforgettable stay at the Esplanade.. ” pointed out the general manager of the Esplanade Hotel, Ivica Max Krizmanić. Also, as an additional income and hotel service for those guests who want to shine in full splendor, the hotel offers additional services through a professional makeup artist and hairdresser.Five created packages will satisfy the wishes of guests depending on their needs and faithfully show emotions in photos with the help of professional photographic equipment and lighting and the expert eye of the photographer, they point out from the Esplanade Hotel.So simple and ingenious, apart from the added value as well as the extra income that ranges from 1.500 to 5.500 kn depending on the selected package, the hotel is smartly positioned on a conscious and unconscious level. Hotel guests will certainly put the pictures in a visible place, and they will show it to their loved ones so that the picture, ie the visibility of the hotel, multiplies at that moment. Of course, the guests will remember the Esplanade Hotel fondly, and the picture will additionally remind them of that moment during the year. And because of the whole story, the guests will return to the Esplanade Hotel and that’s it – the circle is closed and most importantly they got a loyal guest.Related news:HOTEL ESPLANDE THE FIRST CROATIAN CERTIFIED HOTEL WITH GLUTEN FREE OFFER TESLA CAR OWNERS IN ESPLANADE CAN CHARGE THEIR ELECTRIC VEHICLE FOR FREElast_img read more

El Centro Chicano hosts the grand opening of new location

first_imgFollow us on Twitter @dailytrojan Rebirth was the prevailing theme on Tuesday night at the grand opening of El Centro Chicano’s new facility in the Student Union Building. Attendees celebrated the beginning of a new chapter in El Centro’s 40-year history at USC as many also bid farewell to the old facility at the United University Church.Chop, chop · Bill Vela, director of El Centro Chicano, cuts the ribbon at the grand opening of El Centro’s new location in the Gwynn Wilson Student Union. Students, faculty and alumni attended the event. – Nick Entin | Daily TrojanThe reception was held at the Ronald Tutor Campus Center Forum with live entertainment provided by the Latin Grammy-nominated Trio Ellas. In attendance were USC students, staff, faculty and alumni such as Los Angeles City Councilwoman Jan Perry, in addition to many family members and friends of the university.“It’s very difficult to move … It’s one of the hardest things to do … but moving also brings new chances and opportunities,” Oliver Mayer, associate professor of dramatic writing, said of the change.Not all were happy with El Centro Chicano’s move. Space at the new location is limited in comparison to the former center, but the new space has been designed to be utilized as efficiently as possible. The kitchen and computer lab share a side room, while the main space, which has been dubbed the “Flex Room,” can be modified to serve as a space for networking and mixers or a combined study and socialization space.Isabel Bravo, a third-year graduate student studying visual anthropology, lamented the loss of study spaces. Previously, the offices of the center were separate from a lecture hall and study space and could be locked up while still providing a place for students to study late at night.“We delivered so many letters to [Provost Elizabeth Garrett],” Bravo said on the efforts of students and alumni to keep El Centro’s previous location. “[El Centro Chicano provides] so much for us, and now they can’t do that, even if they wanted to.”Due in part to the different floor plan and new rules in the Student Union building, El Centro is unable to provide the type of late-night study space formerly available to students. In addition, cutbacks to work-study funding limit El Centro’s ability to hire after-hours student workers to keep the center open. Despite this, El Centro officials were hopeful that the new location would soon garner more support.“Even the third- and fourth-years are starting to see the value of the new location, although they still have the history of the old location,” said Billy Vela, director of El Centro Chicano.Some student organizations are excited to begin utilizing the new space.“We definitely tried to see [the move] as an opportunity to do something different,” said Valerie Fernandez, executive director of the Latina/o Student Assembly. “LSA definitely had to shift where we meet; we currently meet in a lounge in the Campus Center, but a lot of students have definitely expressed interest in holding meetings at the new facility.”For Marlin Rodriguez, a freshman majoring in mechanical engineering, the center’s more central location provides many benefits.“I’ve heard various stuff about how El Centro offered various services in the past … but I don’t fully understand the negativity,” Rodriguez said. “I kind of like the new location. Since Student Union is right there, I can always go by El Centro between classes and grab a quick snack or something like that.”In addition, El Centro Chicano provides free printing services, which Espana and Rodriguez both said they make use of.Following the speeches given at the Forum, attendees were invited to tour the new facility. Hosts conducted a formal ribbon-cutting ceremony, as well as the unveiling of a new mural by Alfredo Davalos, who also painted the first mural at El Centro’s UUC location 17 years ago. The first mural will be preserved by the UUC.“The new mural is a continuation of the other one. This one is more complete,” Davalos said.Beginning from the bottom left of the mural, dark blue silhouettes painted on green fields make their way to the right, gaining color and increasing in definition until they finally manifest as a great fist which pushes open the doors of El Centro Chicano to the rest of the university — embodying one of the goals of moving the facility to a more centralized location.El Centro Chicano shares a floor with the Asian-Pacific American Student Assembly and the Center for Black Cultural and Student Affairs, and has already collaborated on a number of events.“I definitely think [the new location] offers a great opportunity for collaboration,” Vela said. “But first and foremost, our center is a Latina/o ethnic center. It is the founding center, out of the Civil Rights Movement. We have the professional staff, the focus and resources to focus on the Latino community, and that’s what truly makes El Centro a home.”last_img read more