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- Lithuania-based upscale property Art City Inn experiences strong recovery and expansion in online bookings. Read in the first news how RateTiger products are helping them to maximize their revenue.
- Hoteliers Adapt, No Longer To Survive But To Thrive. Read further leaders of major hotel brands are applying strategies to drive demand to their properties and gain market share for the brands.
- According to New Industry Poll from GBTA, business Travel Continues Bouncing Back with a Strong Outlook for 2023
- Interest has skyrocketed since the pandemic, with a number of high profile establishments focusing their attention on those suffering from sleep- deprivation.
- Hoteliers Refine Channel Strategies To Maintain Profits
- Google Search now has a grid layout option labeled “more hotels.” This is even when Google shows the hotel listings sections, other hotel listings, explore more hotels, and now also this “more hotels” four grid layout.
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Art City Inn Vilnius recommends RateTiger Channel Manager & Booking Engine for Revenue Growth
Lithuania-based upscale property Art City Inn has been leveraging RateTiger Channel Manager and Booking Engine for optimizing and expanding online distribution. The property has experienced excellent growth in bookings by adding new source markets through RateTiger’s wide network of demand channels as well as driving direct bookings from their brand website.
Europe’s hotel industry ripe for growth
Hotel operators are applying lessons learned during the COVID-19 pandemic to strategies to drive demand to their properties and gain market share for the brands.
GBTA: Business travel continues bouncing back with a strong outlook for 2023
Bookings and spending continue to recover, international travel narrows the gap on domestic travel, economic concerns eclipse COVID-19, even as higher expectations prevail for 2023.
The rise of sleep tourism
Sleep tourism has been growing in popularity for a number of years, with an increasing amount of sleep-focused stays popping up in hotels and resorts across the world.
Hoteliers refine channel strategies to maintain profits
As the industry comes down from its leisure-driven demand high of the summer, revenue experts are being forced to look more closely at where and how they find new streams of demand.
Google adds “more hotels” section
The new section adds four more hotels in SERPs, in addition to the existing “other hotels” and “explore more hotels” sections.