When Rocky Pintozzi of Midwest Management, Inc. began the brand conversion and renovation for the Holiday Inn Express and Suites Aurora – Naperville, he called Vision Quest to let us know he wanted us to be ready to take new hotel photography as soon as he finished. Having worked with Rocky on several projects in the past, we were excited for the opportunity to work with him again.
Though we certainly enjoyed photographing the hotel before, the hotel has totally transformed after the renovation and the rooms and common areas look amazing. This was an amazing hotel to photograph with the expansive lobby, beautiful color scheme in the guest rooms and many unique room types. We were especially excited about how the family room turned out with the vibrant colors and patterns.
We were especially excited to be able to add an interactive virtual tour to the standard hotel photography package. We recently added a new virtual tour platform to our arsenal and thought that this was the perfect project for unveiling the new technology! Our new VPix virtual tour allows us to create stunning 360° by 360° panoramas with still photo hot spots. The viewer combines a slide show of still images of the hotel along with a drop down that allows you to virtually teleport through the property and see the hotel.
Once again, we have proven that we are able to provide High Quality Hotel Photography without the High Price!
Thanks to everyone at the Holiday Inn Express Aurora – Naperville for all your help making this another great hotel photo shoot!
Vision Quest Virtual Tours is a national hotel photography company specializing in AFFORDABLE HOTEL PHOTOGRAPHY primarily for Holiday Inn/Holiday Inn Express and Hampton Inn. We do work with most major brands but we find that we bring the most value to 2 1/2 to 3 1/2 star hotels such as Holiday Inn Express and Hampton Inn. We are the preferred hotel photography vendor for the owners we work with because we are able to provide the same high quality hotel photography at a fraction of the cost of the brands “preferred vendors”.