The Week, That Was – March 2019 Week 2

In five minutes or less, keep track of the most important news of the week, curated just for you. We present to you hand – picked news on latest industry perspectives and some general updates. Read on!!

Airbnb acquires HotelTonight

Airbnb agrees to acquire last-minute hotel-booking app HotelTonight. As Airbnb gears up for its big leap into the public markets, it’s expanding its accommodations platform to include more than just treehouses and quirky homes.

Top 10 fastest-growing European destinations for Chinese tourists

Europe is now the second largest destination for Chinese tourists after Asia, according to a new report by Huacheng International Travel Co., Ltd

3 keys to meeting customer expectations in 2019

Some 63% of people expect brands to use their purchase history to provide them with personalized experiences. One recent study even noted that a full 83% of Millennials said they would let travel brands track their digital patterns if it would provide them with a more personalized experience. launches BookingSuite app store

The BookingSuite App Store presents handpicked solutions from hospitality software providers in a number of different categories, to make finding the right solutions for a property’s business quick and easy.

TripAdvisor plots inspiration path in Google’s shadow

TripAdvisor debuted its new homepage at the end of last year with the hope of making the platform more relevant to users and, presumably, helping it make more money in the process.

 How resorts are tapping into personalized pricing without using personal data

 Resorts are achieving personalized pricing without the need for such personal data from the consumer, and they are doing this at very granular levels thanks to some revenue science and strategy.

Trivago shares insights into behavior of travelers on its metasearch platform

A new report by Trivago shares insights into traveler’s hotel search behavior on its platform.

The in-depth data analysis examines when trivago users search for a hotel, which factors narrow down their search options, what prices they pay, how much they are prepared to pay, and their hotel-stay patterns.

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