Guests staying at hotels and resorts are ready for fun, which means adding bowling creates another lane for increased revenue. Bowling provides venues for corporate events and gives guests another reason to stay on the property, which encourages both business travelers and families of all ages to stay longer and spend more.
Bowling Creates Staying Power
The 44 Takes Brunswick Bowling to New Heights in Dubai
Dubai is the largest city in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), offering world-class shopping; cuisine; and adventures ranging from indoor skiing and snowboarding to desert safaris, hot air ballooning and skydiving. Now Dubai can add to that list what may be the world’s highest bowling lanes, located on the 44th floor of the Westin Al Habtoor City hotel. The 44 is part of the Al Habtoor City development, located on the banks of the Dubai Water Canal, which includes three five-star hotels, in addition to restaurants, meeting spaces, fitness facilities, luxury residences, boutiques, cafes, a marina, and more
JW Marriott Mussoorie Walnut Grove Resort and Spa in Uttarakhand, India
Need more proof that bowling appeals to people all over the world? The next time you’re in the Himalayas, visit the JW Marriott Mussoorie Walnut Grove Resort & Spa in Uttarakhand, India, and be sure to stop by The Den to bowl a few frames
Bowling Pays Off for the Broadmoor
As one of the country’s premier destinations for guests of all ages, The Broadmoor has something for everyone. The five-star resort in Colorado Springs, CO., is the destination of choice for vacationing multigenerational families and other guests, offering amenities including championship golf, tennis, swimming, children’s programs and, since 2012, six lanes of bowling.
Resort & Hotel Center Reference List
Brunswick has partnered with investors around the world to develop some of the greatest bowling centers in the industry. View a partial list of the centers that Brunswick has helped develop.