As hotel booking technology continues to advance, the next widescale trend to emerge in hotel reservations and hospitality marketing may be attribute-based reservations. Traditionally hoteliers have built room pools based […]
A new report published by Skift.com details the travel habits and mindset of affluent Americans. Among the findings: Affluent Americans make up just 20% of the U.S. population, but they
New data from the Bureau of Economic Analysis shows consumer spending on hotels and lodging is booming. From 2011 to January 2017, consumer spending on lodging has increased 41.8%, outpacing
AirBNB has been regarded as the great disrupter in the hospitality sector, but a new study shows that – for all the hype – AirBNB is not taking marketshare away
Hotels.com has completed its fifth annual survey of Chinese travelers and – among other insights – developed the five profiles ofÂ Chinese who plan to travel internationally in the coming year.
Here’s what I’m reading this week to stay aware of emerging trends and opportunities: Travel Weekly Consumer Trends 2014: Explosion in Mobile Bookings With the launch of the new iPhone
For years, Expedia, Orbitz, and Travelocity have been entrenched OTA players in a static hospitality landscape. With back-end connectivity to the GDS, these OTA giants represented a simple, at-home entry
This week, as many begin to focus on budget planning and creating strategic plans, I’m reading more about how the hospitality industry continues to evolve in the social media era.