The Week, That Was – June 2020 Week 4

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!!

Hotel recovery can only go so far without group bookings

Group business and convention travel do more than contribute to a hotel’s occupancy and revenue per room figures. These types of bookings also fuel profitability in an array of revenue streams and amenities at a property.

UK’s hotels and restaurants will reopen on July 4

Hotels, holiday apartments, caravan parks and campsites will be allowed to operate, as long as shared facilities are kept clean.

Inviting hoteliers to share their opinions for Hotel Sentiment Survey

The travel and hospitality industry globally have faced unprecedented impact due to the coronavirus pandemic which has adversely affected hotel revenue, occupancy and ADR. eRevMax is conducting a short survey to understand the challenges you and your business are facing. The survey results will be published and made available to all participants, and will provide a reflection of the hotel sentiment and an understanding of where we are moving as an industry. Share your valuable inputs through this 2-min survey –

Knowing your hotel channel manager in the post COVID world

With the easing of lockdown in many parts of the world, travel and hospitality businesses are starting to open up. As more people start to venture out, hotels need to be ready to attract these travelers. As per recent reports, travel related online searches are picking up. With the shortening of booking windows and increase in domestic short haul holiday bookings, hoteliers need to have their distribution strategies in place. The need of the hour is to connect to the right channels and manage them effectively.

Find out how your channel manager and connectivity provider plays a key role in current circumstances –

Pricing tactics vary by sector as consumers return to travel

As the travel industry slowly and erratically reopens, some airlines and hotels, as expected, have begun slashing rates to lure travelers back to their struggling businesses. joins Google to launch Travel Trends Report.

The report provides a detailed snapshot of how consumers are responding to the evolving dynamics within the travel industry, as well as the expected trends for travel over the coming months.

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