How Google Hotel Ads Impact Hotel Bookings in 2021?

Good news first. People want to travel. The global search for “where to travel” and “can I travel” are at a record level as per Google. While Google doesn’t share the number of searches, its research report shows that during the summer months, travel demand was nearly at 100, indicating a peak.

Travel Demand

As millions of people worldwide search for hotels on Google, it is important to know how to grab the attention of your potential guests. Thanks to Google Hotel Listing which has been made freely available to all hoteliers earlier this year, it is now possible to attract them to your direct booking channel as well. Sounds interesting, right?

Domestic travel on the rise

It might sound cliché, but the fact remains that the pandemic has changed guest behaviour and preferences. After a year and more of travel restrictions, people want to visit and meet friends and family and create new experiences. As travel restrictions keep on changing, domestic travel is on the rise.

Travel Demand Compare

travel Demand Compare

This is where Google Hotel Ads can help hoteliers get more exposure. Done correctly, Google will show your direct hotel booking link prominently along with other bidders when someone searches for accommodation.

Google Hotel Ads works with the same AdWords auction model where businesses bid for listings. If their bid is higher, provided other boxes are checked (like higher relevance), their name shows up on SERP when someone searches for the target keyword.

There are four types of paid hotel campaigns on Google

  1. Commissions (pay-per-conversion): Pay only when a traveler books your hotel, depending on the payment model you choose.
  2. Commissions (pay-per-stay): Pay only when a traveler completes a stay that they booked through hotel ads. Available only to select partners.
  3. Max CPC bid (fixed or per cent): Pay when a traveler clicks on your ad. For the CPC bid strategies, you can adjust your bid by factors such as device type, traveler location, length of stay, and other factors.
  4. Enhanced CPC: Automates bid adjustments for a Max CPC bidding strategy.

Convenience in research

3.5 billion searches are made on Google every day, which is 92.47% of total searches on the internet. As travelers search for accommodation, Google Hotel Ads display rates and availability of properties on Google Search, Maps, and Assistant.

By providing intensive and comparative data right up and front based on user’s search query, as well as other factors, aiding their decision-making process, Google becomes the first touchpoint of the guest’s booking journey. It offers them higher convenience to browse through different hotels, check their amenities, and compare pricing – all from a single place.

This level of convenience, in fact, is one of the biggest factors why most people now book hotels online rather than choosing phone calls or relying on travel agents.

Enhanced experience

Did you know an easy-to-use website matters more to high-value travelers than online reviews or loyalty programs? User experience is clearly a key factor people consider when booking hotels online. Google Hotel Ads delivers here in a big way. It provides a consistent (and excellent) experience to the users. If a traveler is checking hotels for a city, it will show properties based on categories like Budget, Luxury and Top Rated.

Google hotel ads connector

 

If your property appears on the organic search result, upon clicking, the user will be taken to the Hotels Details Part which shows prices from various sites including potentially your own brand website.

Hotel Featured Ads

You can have a fair chance of converting lookers into bookers by rich content, hotel photos and reviews. New and returning customers can be redirected to your brand website to book direct – or they can book on Google. The Book on Google option is a useful feature mitigating the risk for hotel owners of losing prospects because of poor-performing websites and unoptimized booking processes.

Boosted conversion

One of the biggest benefits of Google Hotel Ads is the conversion rate for hotel owners. Users would be redirected to your landing page after they have done thorough research on Google; after they have learned about your hotel, pricing, offers, and facilities and read the reviews. With all such information, if they decide to go to your landing page, they are likely to have high buying intent making the lead more qualified.

 

In Summary

With a lower than 8% acquisition cost, Google Hotel Ads can significantly help in the hotel’s digital marketing effort. If you haven’t already used it, take a step forward and tap on the power of Google Hotel Ads today. You’ll be surprised by the results.

Industry round-up on Hotel Distribution and Technology News – W4, September 2021

Luxury British Chain Sarova Hotels endorses RateTiger for its reliable and strong technology – shares an interesting video testimonial – check it out in the first news piece below.

Google has made it easier for travelers to find sustainable hotel options in their destination of choice. It has launched a new feature this week, labeling hotels as “Eco-Certified” in global search results, with a leaf-shaped icon next to the hotel’s name. Get eco-certified today if you have a green hotel.

According to a McKinsey & Co report, while travel volumes are returning in many parts of the world, delivering on customer experience is emerging as the new challenge, given the change in guest behavior and expectations – read more about this below.

eRevMax Partner – TripAdvisor is making major changes to its TripAdvisor Plus subscription program in an effort to bring more hotels – particularly large chains – into the program and, in turn, more subscribers. Also Expedia Group brings loyalty programs into a single platform and claims the current loyalty programs have given members almost $10 billion in discounts through member-only deals and rewards.

Lastly an excellent news for holiday makers – industry bodies have welcomed the reopening of travel to the US for double jabbed UK travellers from November. This is expected to boost economic recovery for leisure and business travel as well.

Enjoy the read!

Luxury British Chain Sarova Hotels recommend RateTiger for increasing online sales

Sarova Hotels has recommended RateTiger by eRevMax as its connectivity partner of choice for helping increase online sales and revenue by using hotel channel management and Connect solutions. The group has been using RateTiger since 2012 for optimizing revenue strategy and online distribution.

Check out this video from Jon Siberry, Group Revenue Manager, Sarova Hotels Ltd where he shares his experience with the RateTiger product and support – https://lnkd.in/gr666Aun

Google is now helping travelers go green

Google will label hotels as “Eco-Certified” in global search results, with a leaf-shaped icon next to the hotel’s name. The new feature relies on 29 certification programs to do the hard work of establishing a hotel’s green credibility.

https://leaderpost.com/pmn/business-pmn/google-is-now-helping-travelers-go-green

Rebooting customer experience to bring back the magic of travel

Customer experience is emerging as the challenge of the recovery, says McKinsey & Co. Whether it’s more tailored products, greater digital parity with analog services, or faster turnaround, customer expectations of what great customer experience looks like have shifted significantly.

https://www.mckinsey.com/industries/travel-logistics-and-infrastructure/our-insights/rebooting-customer-experience-to-bring-back-the-magic-of-travel

TripAdvisor Plus shift to cash-back is taking shape

Participating hotels will have to offer their lowest publicly available rates, including a commission, which for the vast part gets transferred to the consumer after check-in via several payment partners.

https://www.phocuswire.com/tripadvisor-lines-up-payment-partners-builds-wallet-tech-for-revamped-plus-program

Expedia brings loyalty programs into a single platform

The programs of Expedia, Vrbo, Hotels.com and other brands under the Expedia Group umbrella are to be unified into one service.

https://www.phocuswire.com/Expedia-Group-brings-loyalty-programs-under-single-platform

Industry welcoming lifting of US travel ban

The announcement is “a large step forward in re-starting and accelerating the travel industry’s economic engine”.

https://travelweekly.co.uk/news/air/relaxing-travel-restrictions-to-us-key-shift-in-managing-covid-risks

 

Reach out to RateTiger for your hotel channel manager, rate shopper, booking engine, website development or revenue management consultancy requirements. We are happy to have a discussion to see how we can help you achieve your property’s occupancy and revenue goals – contact us today

 

 

 

3 Essential Tips to Choose the Right Hotel Booking System

As hotels pave their way to recovery, occupancy and profitability remain the priority. However, with guest behaviour and preferences going through a rapid shift, hotels need an efficient sales strategy to optimize revenue.

For years, hotels have been trying to increase direct sales. However, to boost direct bookings, hotels need to have a user-friendly website with a sound booking engine.

The first obstacle in the path though is how to find a good hotel booking system!

3 Essential Tips to Choose the Right Hotel Booking System

There are so many options out there and they have their own set of features. It makes picking one more challenging.

Direct sales strategy for room sales is one of the most preferred tactics in the hospitality industry. The goal of a direct sales strategy is to boost direct online bookings from as many guests as possible.

Direct bookings are a great option for hotel owners because these bookings generate the most revenue. There are no agents or other distribution partners that must be paid a percentage or commission. Every guest you host has booked directly online, so you can pocket all the profit.

However, for this strategy to work, it is important to have a user-friendly website that travelers can access. Users get driven away by a slow, confusing, or complicated website. Make sure your website is intuitive, mobile-friendly, and has clear action buttons such as ‘book now’ for potential guests to click.

If you are focused on direct bookings, your website must be a priority. Once you have your website running, you will need to invest in hospitality software that syncs your existing website and other channels. If you’re looking to buy a hotel booking system but are confused about which one to choose, follow these essential tips:

1) Focus on the user experience

Yes, you want to buy a hotel booking system that increases direct room booking from the brand website. But the solution can be much more than just that, with its unique features.  One reason guests prefer to book from OTAs is the user experience. A good booking engine would be intuitive, easy-to-use, responsive and mobile-first. Make sure the booking system have the capability to feature special deals & promo codes when guests book directly with you.

2) Ask the right questions

Before choosing any hotel booking system, there are several questions that must be asked and answered. Such insights are necessary to help you make a fitting decision.

Will the solution connect with your hotel PMS? Can it handle multiple currency? Is it easy to use? Can the content be shown in multiple languages? Can it be integrated with your hotel channel manager so that inventory is always up to date? Can you offer different discounts?

These are some of the several questions you should ask before choosing a hotel booking system.

3) Ensure you have ongoing support

This is one of those things many hotel owners overlook, only to regret later. Some of the hotel booking systems can be challenging to use and getting used to. The more features they have, the more confusing they can get. Also, some of their interfaces may not be too appealing.

So, it’s a good idea to ensure you always have support from experts. Meaning, make sure the hotel booking system you plan to go with has a backend support team that extends their support so you can optimally use the system.

Final Words

  • These are three essential tips you should consider while choosing the best hotel booking system.
  • So, take your time, think things through, consider all the factors, and then make the right decision.
  • Remember, the kind of hotel booking solution you use may define the growth of your business. So, be careful and very certain of your decision.

Latest News on Travel Technology, Tourism and Hotel Distribution – W3, September 2021

Legacy Hotels & Resorts shares a strong recommendation for RateTiger Hotel Channel Manager, including a video testimonial – check it out in the first news piece below.

What a difference a year can make, people are booking their Christmas vacations earlier this year – US experiences spike for Christmas travel. Is your hotel website optimized to attract guests? Read some of the best practices for hotel website content.

With travel reopening in most countries, various MICE activities have restarted – reports suggest large number of events booked for later this year and into 2022, which is an encouraging sign for travel industry. Further, MMGY Global announces the launch of the MMGY Global Travel Marketing Collective, which will focus on delivering expertise for destination and hospitality brands to reach international travelers. Read on!

Legacy Hotels & Resorts experience 15% increase in online sales with RateTiger

Ten properties of the group have been using RateTiger and find it to be the perfect 2-way connectivity solution between their property management system and online sales channels to increase online visibility and revenue.

Check out this video from Eloise Hyland, Revenue and Distribution Manager at Legacy Hotels and Resorts – https://youtu.be/ocH0fcHTRCQ

US: Christmas travel seeing ‘huge spike.’

People are booking Christmas vacations earlier than ever before, with Internet search queries for December travel five times higher this August than last.

https://www.cnbc.com/2021/09/10/people-are-booking-christmas-vacations-earlier-than-ever-before.html

Best practices for hotel website content

With the pandemic underscoring the importance of an attractive, engaging hotel website, it’s a good time to remind yourself of some of the basics.

https://americas.hsmai.org/insight/best-practices-for-your-hotel-website-content/

Planning ahead: A return to meetings & business travel

One of the positive things that has come out of the pandemic is some business travelers have extended their stays because of their ability to now work remotely.

https://www.hotelbusiness.com/returning-to-meetings-business-travel/

MMGY Global announces Travel Marketing Collective

Global partnership across 34 countries delivers a new focus for destination and hospitality brands to reach international travelers.

https://www.mmgyglobal.com/news/mmgy-global-announces-launch-of-the-travel-marketing-collective-as-international-travel-rebounds/

Reach out to RateTiger for your hotel channel manager, rate shopper, booking engine, website development or revenue management consultancy requirements. We are happy to have a discussion to see how we can help you achieve your property’s occupancy and revenue goals – contact us today

Hospitality Industry News on Hotel Distribution and Latest Technology – W2, August 2021

Great news folks! Initial demand building up for Business Travel even though there is a lot of concern around the rise in Covid cases in some geographies. eRevMax expands channel ecosystem and adds TUI, & StaySavvy and highlights Guestline as a PMS partner. Airbnb introduces flexible search to attract travelers, Booking.com introduces Inclusivity training program for accommodation providers to deliver more welcoming experiences to LGBTQ+ travelers.  Expedia revenue jumps in 2nd quarter driven by US hotel and vacation rental booking. And a sneak peek into the traveler mindset!

Enjoy the read!

Business travel resumes, hesitantly

Convention centers are reopening. Hotels and airlines report an uptick in bookings. But the rise in virus cases has tempered forecasts for a major recovery.

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/08/09/business/business-travel-hotels-airlines.html

eRevMax expands Partner Ecosystem with – TUI Group, Guestline and StaySavvy

With the travel industry moving towards a steady recovery, the initial demand build-up is coming from domestic tourism. Are you connected to the right channels and keeping them automatically updated with rates and availability on a regular basis? Choose from our wide network of partners and expand your hotel’s online visibility. Our featured partners for this week are TUI, Guestline & StaySavvy – connect to them today – https://lnkd.in/gX38MZPm

Airbnb tries flexible search to attract travelers

Rather than view Airbnb stays with specific dates, users can search for places with the promise of “weekend getaways” and choose the timing after.

https://www.adweek.com/performance-marketing/uncertain-world-airbnb-flexible-search/

Booking.com offers inclusivity training to accommodation providers

Program supports accommodation providers to deliver more inclusive and welcoming experiences for LGBTQ+ travelers.

https://travolution.com/news/travel-sectors/travel-agents/booking-com-offers-inclusivity-training-to-accommodation-providers

Expedia Group Q2 earnings driven by U.S. hotel and vacation rental bookings

Expedia Group saw its revenue increase more than 270% in the second quarter of this compared to the same period last year, from $566 million to more than $2.1 billion.

https://www.phocuswire.com/expedia-group-earnings-q2-2021

Travelers’ current mindset is high-end, high-spend

Luxury travelers don’t always travel during a pandemic. But when they do, they want to go big.

https://www.travelweekly.com/Luxury-Travel/Insights/Trends-in-luxury-travel-include-bucket-list-trips-private-experiences

Reach out to RateTiger for your hotel channel manager, rate shopper, booking engine, website development or revenue management consultancy requirements. We are happy to have a discussion to see how we can help you achieve your property’s occupancy and revenue goals – contact us today

 

eRevMax expands Partner Ecosystem with – TUI Group, Guestline and StaySavvy

Highlights introduction of Room – Rate Management feature

eRevMax is glad to introduce a new Product Feature called Room and Rate Management API through which you can create, update and delete room types or rate plans in different OTAs directly from your RateTiger dashboard.

With travel recovery gaining pace, it is imperative that hotels have a clear understanding of market. After over a year of closures and restricted travel, every hotelier needs to implement sales strategies that work best for their target market as well as for their local destinations. Hence it is important for hotels to know which channels and partners can bring maximum exposure to their property. Here are some of our technology and channel partners leading in their specific markets. Get in touch if you wish to connect to any of our 450+ hospitality technology as well as distribution channel / OTA partners.

TUI Group

Our newest channel partner TUI is one of the world’s leading tourism group. Headquartered in Germany, the group consists of tour operators, 1,600 travel agencies and over 400 hotels which are in major holiday destinations. TUI Group offers integrated services and unmatched holiday experience from a single platform for its 28 million customers in 180 regions. Expand your hotel distribution with TUI to attract more bookings and market share.

Guestline

Rexlynx PMS by Guestline is our featured partner for this edition. It provides independent hotels and small groups with the tools and insights and automates routine tasks, liberating your staff to focus on the guest. Fully configurable and PCI compliant, Rezlynx PMS is a mobile-friendly cloud-hosted solution that supports hotels or groups of any size. You can create and manage bookings for multiple properties, easily develop rate plans and apply region specific accounting rules, among various other relevant features. Contact us today to know more.

StaySavvy

One of the first booking platforms to focus on eco-conscious travel, StaySavvy is a new addition to the eRevMax Channel Ecosystem. StaySavvy promotes sustainable travel by helping reduce carbon footprint and rewarding guests for travelling in an eco-friendly way. 2% of every booking is allocated directly to an environmental initiative, such as tree planting or wildlife conservation. It is a revolutionary new room booking platform, generating social impact with every booking. Enlist with this channel to grow your domestic bookings and promote sustainable travel.

Are you looking to manage any new channel from your RateTiger platform? CONTACT US – https://www.erevmax.com/erevmax-contact.html

Industry round-up on Hotel Distribution and Technology News – W1, August 2021

Bhagini Icon premier Hotel India shares a strong recommendation for RateTiger Hotel Channel Manager, including a video testimonial – check it out in the first news piece below. Further on, we see strong recovery and gains by Booking.com as travel demand boosts in US and Europe, similar US trend data by STR. Shiji launched a Hotel Tech Distribution chart simplifying the landscape to showcase how hotels and guests interact with various technology at different levels of the booking process.  And finally a story showcasing how guest are coming back to hotels after a year of high demand for BnBs and alternative accommodation options.

Enjoy the read!

Indian Business Hotel recommends RateTiger for channel management

Bhagini Icon Premier, an upscale property in India has strongly recommended RateTiger for its hotel channel management capabilities and integrated connectivity platform. With RateTiger Channel Manager the hotel is saving their time daily through automated updates. Check out this video where Ramamurthy, Operations Manager at Bhagini Icon Premier hotel elaborates about his usage of RateTiger and why he strongly recommends it – https://lnkd.in/gCjeb-BK

Booking Holdings revenue triples on travel demand boost from U.S., Europe

Pandemic fears are driving people away from crowded hotels to alternative accommodations, with nearly one-fourth of the listings on Booking.com were for such accommodations at the end of the quarter.

https://www.reuters.com/business/booking-revenue-triples-travel-demand-boost-us-europe-2021-08-04/

STR: U.S. room rates reach all-time high

Historically, the middle weeks of July are the country’s highest occupancy weeks each year, and 2021 has been no different even as demand slows week to week.

https://str.com/press-release/str-us-hotel-results-week-ending-24-july

Hospitality Technology Distribution Chart 2021

The Hotel Technology Distribution Chart serves as a tool to help visualize the current hotel and hospitality technology landscape, how the various providers fit in, and their relationships with the hotel, the guest, and each other. RateTiger, a pioneer in Hotel Price Intelligence and Hotel Channel Management space, has been featured in this chart given the impact it makes in the industry through innovation, helping hotels maximize revenue on a daily basis. See the best providers in Hotel Tech Distribution space through this chart.

https://insights.shijigroup.com/introducing-shijis-hospitality-technology-distribution-chart-2021/

More travelers are looking at hotels again

After a year when consumers shifted to alternative properties like Airbnb and Vrbo homes, there is now evidence that they are returning to some of their old ways, according to the latest Trivago data.

https://www.barrons.com/articles/trivago-hotels-airbnb-travel-trends-51627940725

 

Reach out to RateTiger for your hotel channel manager, rate shopper, booking engine, website development or revenue management consultancy requirements. We are happy to have a discussion to see how we can help you achieve your property’s occupancy and revenue goals – contact us today https://goo.gl/3gKUJZ

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hotel Tech News – July 2021, Week 5

RateTiger Hotel Channel Manager integrates with Simplotel, Updates from Google Hotel Ads, Booking.com and Expedia as well as Europe hotel occupancy recovery

RateTiger and Simplotel host joint webinar to showcase how hotels can accelerate direct bookings through hotel e-commerce

The two hotel technology leaders will be hosting a joint webinar on 12th August 2021 at 12pm IST to showcase how hoteliers can drive direct bookings and expand their revenue goals. The discussion will cover modern techniques and distribution tips that hotels can utilize to grow direct website bookings.

Register Now – https://rb.gy/gjqpmk

New York City hotels on the rebound

Weekly demand for hotel rooms in New York City reached its highest level since the start of the pandemic, with over 481,000 room nights sold the week of July 12.

https://www.businesstravelerusa.com/business-traveler-usa-story/new-york-city-hotels-on-the-rebound/

“Check-in date” multiplier now available on Google Hotel Ads.

The new feature allows hotels to work with a more familiar format which OTAs also use: by check in date.

https://www.mirai.com/blog/the-much-anticipated-check-in-date-multiplier-now-available-on-google-hotel-ads/

STR: U.K. leading Europe in hotel occupancy recovery

Demand is almost exclusively leisure-driven as the U.K. has benefitted from a successful vaccination program, a phased reopening and improved travel sentiment overall.

https://str.com/press-release/str-uk-leading-europe-hotel-occupancy-recovery

Price no longer primary driver of travel decisions

New research from Expedia Group reveals shifting views on travel, including positive sentiment on vaccine passports, increased budgets, and an enduring demand for safety and financial security.

https://welcome.expediagroup.com/content/dam/marketing/welcome2eg/published-assets/whitepapers/traveler-value-index-report/EN_Traveler_Value_Index_2021.pdf

Booking.com wants to become the ultimate intersection between payments and travel

The company’s new fintech unit integrates with loads of alternative payment providers, making it easier for bookers to book, and taking pressure from hotels.

https://www.benzinga.com/fintech/21/07/22160664/booking-com-fintech-lead-unpacks-payments-pivot-vision-to-refine-travel-experience

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The Week, That Was – July 2021 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

Leisure travel is bouncing back in parts of Asia

Tourist hotspots like Phuket are now open to international tourists who don’t have to quarantine, and others like Koh Samui are following suit.

https://www.cnbc.com/2021/07/19/travel-recovery-in-asia-but-covid-risks-remain-minor-international.html

Americans prefer hotels and resorts to vacation rentals

In addition to favoring hotels’ amenities and ease of booking, 74% of survey respondents feel hotels keep travelers safer.

https://www.valuepenguin.com/americans-prefer-hotels-and-resorts-vacation-rentals

Tips for managing a return to corporate travel

As the situation continues to change daily, there are a number of factors that can be considered now to best manage the return of business travel.

https://www.traveldailynews.com/post/tips-for-managing-a-return-to-corporate-travel

How embedded fin-tech fuels hotel bookings

Many independent hotel owners will have to up level their payments systems from legacy systems to SaaS based offerings.

https://www.paymentsjournal.com/managing-payments-how-embedded-fintech-will-fuel-travel-revenues/

Day passes help hotels plug pandemic holes in revenue

As hotels and resorts continue to look for ways to lure leisure and local travelers amid the pandemic, day passes have gained new relevance.

https://www.travelweekly.com/Travel-News/Hotel-News/Day-passes-helping-hotels-plug-pandemic-holes-in-revenue

 Reach out to us for your hotel connectivity needs to make the most of your online revenue- https://goo.gl/3gKUJZ

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The Week, That Was – July 2021 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

American Hotel Brand relies on RateTiger while on course to business recovery

US based hotel and real estate management company, Thy Collection, has improved revenue and occupancy for its properties leveraging eRevMax’s channel connectivity. Two of the properties under the Bel Air Hospitality brand are managing their online distribution with RateTiger and have benefitted with greater efficiency.

https://www.erevmax.com/ratetiger-news/ratetiger-news-archive/july2021-erevmax-american-hotel-brand-relies-ratetiger-course-business-recovery.html

CWT on how the travel sector has reinvented itself

From bubble resorts, to the rise of work-cations and a new breed of sustainably conscious consumers, the travel landscape is almost unrecognizable from that of previous years.

https://news.mycwt.com/blog_posts/3-trends-shaping-the-future-of-travel-102207

Corporate travel is starting to recover

Hotels, airlines and TMCs are all reporting that there has been an increase in corporate discussions over the past few weeks, as executives are back on track for months of virtual meetings and video conferencing.

https://afegames.com/corporate-travel-rebound-signals-first-signs-of-recovery-in-decimated-sector/

Hotel CEOs on new travel trends

How traveler behavior has changed, and how hotel brands are responding to those changes. The New York University School of Professional Studies Jonathan M. Tisch Center of Hospitality recently held a CEO think tank exploring how strong leaders adapt to change.

https://www.travelagentcentral.com/your-business/hotel-ceos-new-travel-trends

Green Pass” COVID travel app smoothing travel for Europeans

Europe has started cutting some of the red tape limiting international travel with its own version of a COVID-19 “passport.”

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/covid-vaccine-passport-travel-europe-green-pass-app/

The Hotel Demand Pulse June 2021

In both the U.S. and Europe, COVID-19 cases have dropped to levels not seen since March 2020. These drops have resulted in strong demand growth in both regions. APAC has seen dramatic drops in cases as well since last month, but demand has not yet reacted with significant growth.

https://koddi.com/the-hotel-demand-pulse-june-2021/

Reach out to us for your connectivity needs to make the most of your online revenue- https://goo.gl/3gKUJZ

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