What’s New in Hotel Online Distribution and Tech Trends? W2, December 2023

Here is your weekly industry news round-up. Check out the short snippets here and follow below for more details. 

  • Future travel trends: Sustainability, AI, and slow travel 
  • Indonesia is considering visa-free entry to 20 countries 
  • ATM 2024: Global market value to pass $1 trillion by 2027 
  • Marriott raises the bar with all-inclusive luxury resorts 
  • Lemon Tree launches its 10th property in Maharashtra 

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Upcoming travel fads: Sustainability, AI, and slow travel 

Travellers from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) plan to increase their spending on breaks and holidays over the next three years. They will have more of an eye on sustainability than ever before. Most now check the sustainability of their travel plans and are prepared to pay over 20% more for environmentally friendly accommodation.  


Indonesia is considering visa-free entry to 20 countries 

Indonesia will consider visa-free entry to let more nationalities attract more tourism spending. It somewhat reverses earlier restrictions of the country’s entry rules. The government is proposing to add 20 countries to the list. It includes the US, China and India, said Tourism Minister Sandiaga Uno after a cabinet meeting on Thursday. 


ATM 2024: Key trends shaping the trillion-dollar travel market 

 Attendees from around the world will explore opportunities spanning the full spectrum of travel and tourism – including leisure, business, luxury and meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions (MICE) – at the 31st edition of Arabian Travel Market (ATM), which will take place at Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) in the UAE from Monday 6 to Thursday 9 May 2024. Allied Market Research valued the global business travel market at $689.7 billion in 2021, predicting the segment to grow to $2.1 trillion by 2031.  


Marriott raises the bar with all-inclusive luxury resorts 

All-Inclusive by Marriott Bonvoy welcomed Marriott Hotels to its portfolio. Beginning in early 2024 with Marriott Cancun, An All-Inclusive Resort, guests can connect with the local culture through experiences, entertainment, and hospitality. With nearly 600 hotels and resorts, Marriott Hotels has affected modern business and leisure travelers, which represents an opportunity to invite travelers of Marriott Bonvoy’s flagship hotel brand for all-inclusive trips. 


Lemon Tree launches its 10th property in Maharashtra 

Lemon Tree Hotels Limited announces the opening of Lemon Tree Hotel, Dapoli. This is the 10th property of the group in Maharashtra. The hotel offers 50 rooms, Citrus Café – a multi-cuisine coffee shop, and Slounge – the hip recreational bar and banquet & conference spaces for all event requirements. It also has a well-equipped fitness centre and a refreshing swimming pool to keep you fresh like a lemon. 


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What’s New in Hotel Online Distribution and Tech Trends? W4, November 2023

Here is your weekly industry news round-up. Check out the short snippets here and follow below for more details.

  • IHG Expands in Taif with Two New Hotels in Saudi Arabia
  • MHG Acquires Courtyard Hotel, West Palm Beach
  • Orange Hospitality Unveils Festive Season
  • Taj Earns Double Honors
  • Bay Gardens Resorts’ Black Friday BOGO Plus Sale

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IHG plans two new hotels in Taif as Saudi signing spree continues

IHG Hotels & Resorts has announced the signing of two new properties in Al Shafa, Taif: Holiday Inn & Suites Taif and Staybridge Suites Taif. These hotels, set to open in Q4 2025, mark the debut of these IHG brands in the city.


MHG Hotels acquires Courtyard West Palm Beach Airport.

MHG Hotels announced the recent acquisition of Courtyard West Palm Beach Airport, marking a milestone in the company’s growth. The property offers 103 guestrooms designed to provide guests with a contemporary environment, and its amenities include an outdoor pool & spa, a full-service bistro, and access to the Tri-Rail, Brightline, and West Palm Beach International Airport.


Orange Hospitality introduces the festive season.

As the festive season approaches, Orange Hospitality is prepared to welcome guests to its award-winning restaurants , pledging a memorable and delectable experience for all with its unwavering commitment to culinary excellence, exceptional service, and inviting ambiance.


Double honours for Taj

Indian Hotel Company’s iconic brand ‘Taj’ emerged as a standout winner at the World Hospitality Awards in Paris. Hospitality Awards honours exceptional exemplarity and excellence of hospitality industry in Human Resources, Social Responsibility, Marketing and Communication and Innovation.


Bay Gardens Resorts announces Black Friday BOGO Plus room sale.

A locally owned and award-winning hotel chain in St. Lucia, Bay Gardens Resorts, has recently disclosed an advanced Black Friday “BOGO Plus” room sale along with other community-based experiences. Bay Gardens Resorts has collaborated with local independent restaurants like Bambooze, along with well-known trips, to provide guests a local experience to remember.


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Latest News from Hospitality Industry – W4, August 2022

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  • RateTiger’s Channel Connectivity has helped Bel Air Hospitality improve revenue and occupancy – find out how.
  • Excellence in hotel operations means happier guests, better staff, and more profits for your investors – check out why Operations should be your No. 1 focus area.
  • Metasearch is playing a bigger role in hotel bookings – read on to know how you can make it work for your property.
  • Expedia published top insights that hotels can leverage for a successful end of 2022.
  • Offline reservations still make up a quarter of total European hotel bookings. Know what you should be doing to attract more direct and walk-ins.
  • Reviews have never been more important in travelers’ decision-making process. Keep a close eye on guest reviews to generate more bookings.

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Bel Air Hospitality Gets Back to Business Recovery with RateTiger Channel Manager

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Why operations should be your #1 priority now

To succeed in hospitality today, you need to focus on operations above all else: sales, marketing, design, technology, or revenue management.


How does Hotel Metasearch Work?

A metasearch engine works by taking a traveler’s query and generating the related search. For instance, if a traveler is looking for hotels in a particular place for so and so dates, then these metasearch websites will generate search results showcasing the property name, location, room type, room rates and so on. Read this article to know the best ways to work with metasearch – https://lnkd.in/gqJSBsgT

Five trends hotels can leverage for a successful end of 2022

Expedia data suggests many positive trends for the travel industry, including an increase in long-haul travel, higher hotel average daily rates, and lower cancellation rates.


More than half of guests book their European accommodations directly with hotels

All in all, direct online bookings, booking through online travel platforms, and social media made up 64.6 percent of all European hotel bookings in 2022, according to new data from Statista.


Social proof becomes make-or-break point for vacation booking

According to a new study, 82 percent of travelers won’t book their stay at a property without having first consulted consumer reviews – making them the make-or-break points for a vacation booking.



Latest News and Top Tech Trends from Hospitality Industry – W3, April 2022

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Travel to Europe this summer will soar 600% over last summer, according to travel insurance vendor Allianz Partners.

India’s Yatra.com launched a Meta Search tool which will enhance booking convenience and save costs for business travelers.

TripActions data shows the first quarter of 2022 saw the kind of hyper-growth more familiar to pre-pandemic days.

More than two-thirds of STR-defined U.S. hotel markets (113 of 165) outperformed their 2019 comparables over the four weeks ending 9 April 2022, which is reflective of the industry’s rebound toward normalcy as well as some influence from inflation.

And finally, see how hotel marketers are using entity search for SEO.

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Americans’ travel to Europe expected to increase sixfold this summer

European destinations have made a significant effort to welcome Americans back, and data shows tremendous pent-up demand for travel to the continent.


Yatra.com launches meta search tool for corporate travel

India’s leading corporate travel services provider announced the launch of a meta search tool on their corporate travel booking platform.


March blew the doors off of business travel

With Omicron cases decreasing and travel restrictions dropping, spending for U.S. business travel has seen a huge growth in the past two months, according to the latest TripActions data.


Largest U.S. hotel markets showed considerable RevPAR gains

Reflective of the industry’s rebound toward normalcy, more than two-thirds of STR-defined U.S. hotel markets outperformed their 2019 comparables over the four weeks ending April 9, 2022.


How hotel marketers use entity search for SEO

A step further beyond keyword optimization, entity search focuses more on the context around search terms.


How Hotels Can Serve New Age Business Travelers Better?

After the pandemic hit, the blow taken by business travel might slowly get back to pre-pandemic levels but it will never look the same. Businesses are re-evaluating their priorities and thinking differently about corporate travels. Statistics show a drop of 61% in Global Business Travel in 2020 due to the impact of coronavirus. Though the eventual scale and shape of corporate life are returning, it is still slow.

Events, conferences and trade shows, which render the most business trips, were happening virtually, but with competition and growth imperatives, business leaders realize the value of face-to-face interaction. This, in turn, is necessitating the resumption of Business Travel.

Below are a few pointers to consider when trying to attract business travelers of the changing era:

1. Communication is a good start

With prevention of Covid, has come along a lot of restrictions which make simple and straightforward journeys, complicated. With the world shifting to normal, business travelers need to communicate to simplify the complexities of the restrictions.

Communicating and understanding the priorities of business travelers can help hotels serve them better. Communication will help rebuild the brand loyalty of hotels for business travelers which might have been affected due to Covid.

2. Touch-less experience is on the rise

During Covid, a lot of hotels have taken help of technology to spread safety precautions and stay well within restriction limits. Some of which includes online check-in/check-out, online payments, mobile solutions for self-service during stay, digital room keys, etc.

Technology has improved safety and simplified customer experience by convenience and faster processes. Business travellers need a simplified booking process that allows them to choose from more property and rate options and provides better availability. The coming years also pose many possibilities for more advanced technologies like artificial intelligence and virtual reality.

3. Hybrid events are the tomorrow of Business Travel

Hybrid events are events that incorporate both virtual as well as in-person elements. Where 71% indicated that hybrid events were not included in their program, 65% have stated that they are interested in having an increased number of hybrid events post pandemic. It is important to understand that virtual and hybrid events still need a venue.

Hotels for business travelers should ensure that they have the proper infrastructure to support advanced amenities for hybrid events. Updating safety highlights, offering onsite technical support, utilizing virtual tours and offering personalized hybrid events can cover most Business Travelers need for hybrid events.

4. Provisions for “Bleisure” Traveler

Bleisure is a mix of the word business with leisure. Many business travelers tend to extend their stay beyond business, especially when it is in a leisure travel destination or big cities. Crafting different packages for “Bleisure” travelers could help drive demands and generate additional revenue.

92% of organizations suspended business travel during the early months of the pandemic (National Geographic, 2020). With restrictions for Covid being removed, this number is slowly changing. Offering packages and discounts at restaurants and Spa could excite and encourage business travelers to extend their stay for leisure time.

5. Alternative accommodations are in:

Alternative accommodation is another business travel trend introduced by the new age corporate travelers. It includes all those types of accommodations which are available outside the formal accommodation sector. Home-like accommodations and smaller boutique hotels has increased popularity among hotels for business travellers in this new age.

Alternative accommodations allow more business travellers to prioritize comfort and relaxation during work. Non – traditional accommodations provide such amenities for business travellers which give them the opportunity to explore the destination in a new way.

Discovering and shaping what tomorrow holds:

Although China dominates the business travel market, United States outpaces everyone in spending on business travel by a wide margin (WTTC, 2021). Another report suggests Asia has become the world’s largest business travel market (Hospitalitynet, 2019). According to another survey, international business travelers consider travel as valuable to both personal as well as professional growth. As we can see, although business travel had taken a hard blow from the pandemic, times are shifting and corporate travel is rising again without any doubt.

Businesses are re-evaluating their benefits from business travel. Customer loyalty and market share will go to those hotels for business travelers who can stay relevant and responsive to the varying business traveler needs. Health and safety still remaining the priority, business travel market is on the rise, post pandemic and the growth will be more than ever before.


Latest News from Hospitality Industry – W4, March 2022

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Good news – US booking sites seeing strong demand for 2022 travel. The rush to book summer vacation homes has further accelerated in 2022.

With changing times, comes change in preferences and demand of travelers. Online reputation is one of the major factors that help provide constant revenue for a hotel. Know the key hacks on how to provide guests with the best possible experience.

As the hospitality and travel industry continues to recover, and with group and business sectors still trailing behind, predicting transient travel demand patterns becomes more critical than ever. Hoteliers are also rethinking their approaches toward the transient space.

As U.S. hotels continue to recover from the devastating effects of the pandemic, there is still widespread agreement that group demand will be the last segment to recover.

Hotels are now following Remarketing & Retargeting strategy. The best and most effective method for display advertising is to stay top of mind with consumers.  Learn how hotel PPC campaigns can help increase occupancy.

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OTAs seeing strong demand for 2022 travel

Booking sites are seeing higher demand for spring and summer leisure travel as Covid-19 restrictions ease. The rush to book summer vacation homes has further accelerated in 2022.


Enhance Guest Experience in your Hotel

Guest experience is the key to more bookings & revenue. A happy guest is likely to spread happiness by sharing his satisfactory experience. Travelers trust reviews more than anything else while making a booking. Click below to know the hacks to enhance guest experience in your hotel – https://lnkd.in/dkiyG_ga

Spring break, Easter trends predictive of US travel demand

As the hospitality industry continues to recover, and the business sector still trailing behind, predicting transient travel demand patterns becomes more critical than ever.


Hybrid hotels, beyond recreating the comforts of home

As the traditional definitions associated with travel, work, and living continue to expand and overlap, hoteliers are also rethinking their approaches toward the transient space.


Hotels look to attract group demand back

Though rumors of group demand death have been wildly exaggerated, it will take time, effort, savvy operations and an “all hands-on deck” approach to drive full-service hotel recovery.


Travelboom: Hotel remarketing & retargeting strategies

It’s likely every hotel marketer has heard the terms hotel remarketing and retargeting before. Know why hotels and resorts should be using their hotel PPC campaigns to increase occupancy.





Latest News and Top Tech Trends from Hospitality Industry – W2, March 2022

Here is your weekly industry news round-up. Check out the short snippets here and follow below for more details.

RateTiger has earned 2022 Elite status with Expedia Group! Learn more about our high-quality connection and how we can empower your business growth. Check out this in the first news piece below.

Travel is seeing the biggest revolution ever. “This revolution really is about flexibility. Suddenly you can live anywhere, you can work anywhere,” said Brian Chesky, CEO of Airbnb at Skift Global Forum on Travel.

UNESCO and Expedia Group will support the EU Ecolabel by offering the existing certified Tourist Accommodations the signatories’ status to UNESCO Pledge. This aims to promote sustainable travel, community resilience and heritage conservation globally.

Today’s digitally savvy travellers are doing more research, on more online booking platforms before booking hotel rooms and  hoteliers carefully managing a guest’s stay to enhance its digital reputation.

Tripadvisor released its seasonal Spring Travel Index, using a combination of search and sentiment data to reveal what – and where – is hot this spring. After a slower winter with new variants curbing many vacation plans, travel is in full bloom this spring and the strength of leisure travel demand during warm weather months has driven a rebound in U.S. hotel industry performance the past two years.

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RateTiger Recognized as Top Connectivity Provider

RateTiger has earned Elite Connectivity Partner status with Expedia Group, the highest designation available in their Connectivity Partner Program. The Expedia Group Connectivity Partner Program recognizes and rewards top connectivity providers.


Travel seeing biggest revolution in a century

As the world undergoes a revolution in how we live and work, more people are blending everyday life with travel. The ability and desire to live and work from anywhere was once considered a short-lived opportunity at the beginning of the pandemic or something for young backpackers.


More hotels sign up to Expedia’s UNESCO sustainable travel pledge

Global initiative additions include Melia Hotels International, THB Hotels, Universal Hotels, and more.


What is your hotel doing to stand-out?

Today’s digitally savvy travelers are doing more research, on more online booking platforms before booking hotel rooms.


Tripadvisor’s Spring Travel Index shows Americans are spending big

Over half of Americans are planning on traveling this spring, with over a third planning on taking two or more trips – and travelers are also planning to splash more cash.


Spring forward: US hoteliers hope for another demand boom

Hoteliers believe that demand for leisure travel is setting the stage for another strong spring and summer, but visibility remains short, and questions remain about group and business travel.






Metasearch Advertising & Marketing – Key to Increase Hotel’s Visibility

Interest in travelling never diminishes!

It’s true the pandemic has brought a big blow to the travel industry but slowly the industry is coming back to form. 2021 was better than 2020 and so is expected down the line in 2022 and years to come.

But the question is: Are you prepared to tackle the new upcoming rush to your hotel?

The Pandemic Isn’t Permanent

Whether a brand is making profit/loss, the travel industry doesn’t sleep. Your guests might be now sleeping in their homes, but this is the best time for you to anticipate your Plan of Action to lead the market when it opens.

Though the industry was going slow Metasearch advertising started booming with Google’s entry into the Google Hotel Ads. This revamped the marketing structure for hotels and reduced dependency on OTAs. Have you included Metasearch marketing in your advertising plan and budget?

Keep reading to know how to boost your hotel’s outreach and ROI via Metasearch advertising.

What is Metasearch Engine?

Like any search engine, Metasearch Engine is the channel that presents to you results from various websites. A search engine has its own database and sends crawlers over the web the moment a user types anything on the search tab.  Metasearch works similarly but it doesn’t have its own database. Metasearch sends crawlers to different websites and therefore, combines and prepares a list of the related sites from all sources. This was Metasearch vs. search engine.

Next, you need to understand that Metasearch isn’t a booking platform. It is an advertising platform that brings several hotel booking channels together bidding for a room.

In simple terms, Metasearch Engine brings you a list of websites (in this case: hotel sites/ OTAs) for the customer to browse and compare the prices of the same room on different platforms. It is the gateway to bring qualified traffic to your hotel’s website.

Why Do You Need Metasearch for Your Hotel?

With technological advancement, people are also progressing! The Internet has brought everything to their fingertips from travelling plans to hotel bookings to return journeys. So, instead of flipping through multiple OTAs, the customers prefer to have all the room rates and features listed on one platform for better decision making. This makes sites like Trivago, Google Hotel Ads, TripAdvisor so popular and successful in today’s time.

It only increases your visibility to the prospective travellers but only gives you the freedom to own the relationship with the guests.

Working of Metasearch for Hotels:

Witnessing the importance and the rising bookings on Metasearch platforms, Online Travel Agencies have started participating with different Metasearch providers. When a potential customer looks for a hotel on Metasearch, it shows them a list of the hotels in that location and dates with prices on several OTAs and sites at a go.

Finding the best deal, the traveller is free to click on the link they want to book from and make the booking instantly. Unlike an OTA, you cannot book directly from Metasearch and this is how it helps you own the relationship with your customers. In return, the OTA/ hotels pay the Metasearch in CPC or CPA or a referral fee.

Now, when you are up on Metasearch platforms like Trivago, Google Hotel Ads, Kayak, and TripAdvisor, the booking process wouldn’t be simpler for the prospective customers:

  • A traveller searches for a hotel on a Metasearch website.
  • He/ she finds a list of hotels available with real-time rates from different sites/ OTA.
  • RateTiger bids on behalf of you to get your hotel on top of the list and maximum visibility.
  • The traveller clicks on the link and makes a direct booking.
  • Metasearch charges a fee in exchange from the hotel owner or the OTA.

Metasearch Advertising is a win-win for all – Hotel owners/ OTAs/ Metasearch websites.

All you need to do is find the right Metasearch advertising partner to invest your budget at the right place. Keeping your visibility intact, Metasearch marketing is of utmost importance to boost your hotel outreach in the time of Google Hotels Ads.

Key to Success with Metasearch

From individual hotels to big chains to OTAs, Metasearch is the apt platform to boost your reach and bookings. While hotel owners find this advertising method a bit complex, the OTAs are dominating every popular Metasearch website.

Regardless of experienced or a beginner, small or high on budget; all you need to do is strategize your marketing plan to bounce back post-Covid-19.

  • Choose the Right Site

All Metasearch engines aren’t the same. Some provide better results than others. Whereas, some are used more in one location and less in the other. Choose the right platform used by your target customers.

  • Join Hands with Technology

Technology is the backbone of every business. Handling another platform may be daunting for the management team. Sync the Metasearch platform to your hotel channel manager and avail seamless bookings.

  • Bidding Models as per Site Demand

The one-for-all formula doesn’t work here! Read, research, experiment and modify to figure out which bidding strategy works for which website. Do not blindly follow the “Be on the top” principle. At times, targeting the 3rd or 4th position on a platform gives you a better ROI.

  • Maintain Price Parity

Remember the audience is here to book a room. So, make sure to maintain price parity with your competitors to not your prospective customer to them. Again, technology can help you to compare and set the price in line with the competitor’s price.

If you aren’t on Metasearch platforms yet, it’s time to update your hotel marketing plan and includes Metasearch advertising in your POA to boost your reach.

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Latest news from the hospitality industry – W3, February 2022

Great news folks!

Americans are preparing to spend big – again – as omicron cases subside and states across the country loosen covid restrictions. Also London is showing robust signs of recovery, despite the recent blip resulting from the omicron variant, as per news reports below.

Next, we have an interesting blog on Airbnb showing how they are helping their partners to grow more digital revenue in 2022.

We then move to a Digital Marketing piece which shows how SEO and PPC teams can empower each other when they work together. Further down, how hotels can transform customer service and experiential offerings to a proactive revenue driver.

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As omicron wanes, Americans eagerly book vacations

 Travel agents, hotel operators and restaurateurs say they’ve seen dramatic spikes in demand in the past week, following a drop of more than 40 percent in daily U.S. coronavirus cases.’


London hotels see signs of demand increase

 Of all the major global cities and transportation hubs, London was among the hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic.


Airbnb: An Attractive Solution for Accommodation Providers in 2022

 Airbnb has never failed to make its associates feel special for being a part of them. Learn how Airbnb has walked that extra mile to help their partners be successful by driving more revenue in 2022

How marketers can create a holistic search strategy

 Holistic search strategies combine the keyword, audience and industry data from organic and paid channels to increase ROI.


Hotels’ unexpected revenue driver: Customer service

 With recent advances in technology, hotel CTOs have an opportunity to transform customer service from a reactive cost center to a proactive revenue driver. Set your customer service agents up for success with the technology that makes it simple to deliver personalized, connected experiences for wanderlusting guests.


Hoteliers must reinvest in experiences

 Hotel owners and operators are figuring out how to add experiential, lifestyle offerings; helping activate the hotel by aligning with its surroundings and nearby businesses.







What’s New in Hotel Distribution and Tech Trends? W2, February 2022

In the news round-up today, Expedia  the online travel giant posted fourth-quarter profits that exceeded Wall Street’s expectations. It’s looking like “a solid return to travel,” observing that bookings have rebounded anywhere Omicron has started to decline.

Hotel Beacon, a landmark property in New York has increased Occupancy & Sales with RateTiger channel management and distribution. They find RateTiger as their preferred connectivity partner for managing online distribution in the extremely competitive New York hotel market.

CWT announced the $100 million investment in product development. They will invest in content to “expand the breadth of travel choice and trip options.”

Hotel company chief commercial officers across Europe have used the past two years to analyze their brands, focusing on how to attract locals and put in place strategies for welcoming back events and corporate business.

Trivago talked about gaining market share through its city break product which could provide it with a “tailwind.”

Lastly an articleon US Hotel Performance which Shows Signs of Exiting Post-Holiday Leisure Travel Lull.

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Expedia sees ‘solid return to travel’ as profits top expectations

Consumer travel in the age of COVID-19 is moving into a new phase of manageable risk and minor inconvenience as the Omicron variant starts to decline.


Hotel Beacon NYC relies on RateTiger for growing online bookings

Hotel Beacon, a landmark property in New York, has recommended RateTiger for managing online channels and distribution connectivity. The upscale property has been using RateTiger Channel Manager for the last 6 years to update rates and inventory across online sales channels and receive reservations into their Infor HMS property management system (PMS).


CWT sets priorities for $100M platform investment

Sustainable travel initiatives, improving connectivity and increasing content are top list of goals.


Flexibility is the new black in hotel revenue management

As consumers have been educated now around flexibility, getting the right guests at the right price with the right experience will require flexibility from hoteliers.


Trivago eyes growth through tech

The company says innovation, marketing to raise brand awareness and broadening products and services are key levers for its future growth.


US hotel occupancy begins to trend upward

The U.S. hotel industry neared 50% occupancy in the latest weekly results as leisure travel began to reemerge from a post-holiday hibernation.