There was an obvious and substantial emphasis on ‘book direct’ marketing strategies in 2016, with hoteliers looking to drive more direct business …
Hotel guests today expect their interactions with brands to be personal and relevant to their interests. In fact according to AgilOne, 70% …
Bangalore-based RoomsTonite places itself under the startup pitch microscope with a refreshingly straightforward proposition – it connects travellers looking for a room …
Do you know who is sleeping in your hotel room? Social travel platforms are changing the hotel distribution landscape forever but a few might be taking the peer-to-peer travel concept a bit far
It is said that necessity is the mother of all invention – and we need look no further than the travel industry to see this proverb in practice.
This article is an economic theory drawn from my own imagination: not based on any real data but common sense and observing the relationship in a parallel industry.
The travel executive who triggered the long-running investigation into alleged bullying by major online travel agencies over hotel pricing is giving up his fight.
Canada-based Hotel Quebec is suing a former guest for $95,000. The reason? The guest wrote a negative review on TripAdvisor exposing the bed bugs in his room and refused to remove the review.
We have probably all heard about it, read about it, seen people discuss it on stage at conferences – but doubts still remain as to how big this Big Data thing could and should be for travel brands.
The Expedia and Travelocity partnership announced last month has many implications for the hotel industry.