Be Our Guest: How BlueSun Is Just Like “Beauty and the Beast”

Unless you’re living under a rock these days, it’s likely you’ve heard about the newly-released live-action remake of Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast.”

The beloved classic is taking the world by storm, with a record-breaking debut that grossed $875 million worldwide, AKA becoming the highest-grossing musical EVER.

Having grown up on Disney movies, I personally, am obsessed with the new movie.

One of the best songs on the soundtrack is “Be Our Guest,” which appears during the scene where the castle employees sit Belle down for a lavish dinner, tending to her every need.

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This song (and scene) actually reminds me so much of BlueSun. At BSV, we only refer to those who book with us as “guests.”

You are our guests — not our followers, clients, or customers. Whether it’s reading our blog, enjoying our beachy content, or booking a trip, we (real-live, breathing human beings) invite you (a real-live, breathing human being) to relax while we give you the full experience.

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Basically, if BlueSun is “Beauty and the Beast,” our incredibly-helpful BeachMasters are equivalent to the castle employees:

“Be our guest

Be our guest

Put our service to the test

Express your beach-y preferences

And we’ll provide the rest”

It’s like you automatically get your own personal Lumiere.

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And then there’s you, our guest, looking at all the appealing resort destinations we have to offer:

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But seriously, the attitude had by the castle employees during this song is scarily-similar to the one had by the BlueSun BeachMasters. Because of this, our guests don’t have to wait to arrive at their resort for the all-inclusive experience. It begins during that first phone call.

If you’re stressed, it’s a beach trip we suggest. Be our guest, be our guest, be our guest!

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