The Week, That Was – July 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!!

Airbnb and RateTiger to present a webinar on Market Dynamics, Growth Optimization and Online Distribution for APAC hotels

Join us for a live discussion on August 5, 2020 at 11:00 SGT to discuss reopening of travel and strategies for the new world.

The future of affordable travel

The state of the world is vastly different now than it was six months ago, but finding ways to keep travel accessible hasn’t completely changed.

Humanising hotel brands could encourage tourists to return.

A new study finds that crisis communication emphasising shared emotional responses to risks enables tourists to humanise the hotel.

eRevMax integrates with Airbnb

The integration, developed in close collaboration between eRevMax and Airbnb, will now make it possible for hotels to update rate and availability as well as receive reservations generated on the channel directly into their system in real-time.

How hoteliers are pricing rooms amid demand lows

The overall loss of demand in the U.S. hotel industry threw an almost impossibly sized hurdle in front of hoteliers already trying to figure out how to drive rate in the face of so much new supply coming online.

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Hotel brands re-evaluate near-term cancellation policies

Many hotel brands and management companies are touting flexibility around guest cancellations polices and loyalty status amid the COVID-19 pandemic, but some are being cautious not to make any long-term decisions just yet. creates rebooking incentive with money back for travelers

Customers in the U.S. who had to cancel their accommodation bookings due to COVID-19 travel restrictions will get a 15% reward if they rebook a stay at that same property by December 31, for travel through April.

How the pandemic is reshaping Europe’s tourism hotspots.

The collapse of the industry offers a unique opportunity for cities plagued by mass tourism to rethink their business model.

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