The mission of StayMonkey.com is to be an advocate for the professional lodging industry by facilitating consumer and property owner education.United We Stand “Competition creates better products. Alliances create better companies.”~ Brian GrahamYour Industry
When you become a StayMonkey.com approved property, you're not just partnering with StayMonkey.com, you're joining a powerful alliance of lodging industry professionals who are dedicated to supporting, defending and safeguarding both your guest and your industry. This network of mutual support maintains and elevates the standards of the lodging industry. StayMonkey.com, its partners and affiliates are committed to providing a consistent, cooperative and clear message that informs and educates consumers as to the value of entrusting their hard-earned dollars and travel experiences to lodging industry professionals. Even direct competitors will benefit from partnering with StayMonkey.com; Our guest is our livelihood, and a guest who enjoys a positive and trouble-free experience at a StayMonkey.com Approved property, is likely to trust StayMonkey.com Approved properties again and again. These guests will recommend StayMonkey.com to their friends, family and colleagues. A positive experience at your StayMonkey.com Approved property, is a victory that we all share in.
Florida Restaurant & Lodging Association
The FRLA is among the most influential trade associations in Florida. Established in 1946 to represent the restaurant industry, it's scope has expanded to include the entire hospitality industry including lodging establishments, restaurants and thousands of suppliers to the industry. The association counts among its members some of the largest businesses in each of these categories.
FRLA on StayMonkey.com:
"The core focus of staymonkey.com is to educate and advocate. Educating consumers on the value created by professional hotels, rental management companies, and resorts is vital. Staymonkey.com provides valuable information to combat the current consumer perception that price is the only factor when choosing where to book lodging."