Hospitality Hotel WordPress Theme
Hospitality is a CMS (Content Management System) theme that makes it simple to create and manage a web presence for your hotel, motel, resort, inn, bed and breakfast or other accommodation. Present the best pictures of your business on the large animated homepage slider and on gallery pages.
You can use Hospitality to inform potential guests of your services and room details as well as the surrounding area. Testimonials can be posted to a special page in order to give other travelers some confidence about your accommodations. Use the integrated blog and subscription form to keep people up-to-date on your latest specials and news.
Single Site: $65 Developer Version: $99 Membership (All Themes): $299 (renew at $9/mo)
Yes, you can keep using your theme after membership ends.
Options are available in the admin area for appearance, layout and functionality.
Clicking an image causes it to appear at a larger size over a dark background.
You can post your latest news and offers in a special section.
The location page template plots your address on a map and has space for your address and driving directions.
Advertising spaces have been integrated into this theme. Enter your banner code (such as from AdSense
) to earn money.
Layered Graphics File
The developer version of Hospitality includes a PSD file.
Templatic themes use valid HTML and CSS code for compatibility with all major browsers.
Beautiful, large photos of your hotel, resort or B&B can be shown on the rotating image slider. Captions can be included.
Visitors can enter their e-mail address to subscribe and receive your latest news.
Upload photos to your gallery page to show potential guests what your accommodations look like.
You can publish guest testimonials on a special page as well as on your homepage in order to inspire future guests.
Several custom widgets add additional functionality for sidebars, footers, etc.
Hospitality has been coded for improved search engine performance.
Drop-down sub-menus are a part of this theme's navigation. When a primary menu link is hovered upon, a sub-menu can appear with more links.