Posts Tagged ‘Average Daily Rate’

Zika’s Gone, Will Caribbean Hotel Demand Return?

by Pamela Espinoza, Contributing Editor, Latin America |

Hotels in Mexico and the Caribbean spent much of the last few years defending the safety of tourism in their country. Once a flurry of drug-related violence died down, the mosquito-borne illness Zika popped up, striking concern into many female travelers.

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3 Ways to Improve Your Hotel Distribution Strategy Right Now

by Jason Q. Freed, Managing Editor |

Throughout the decade-plus that hoteliers have been battling online travel agencies over control of their room inventory, distribution costs have simply continued to increase.

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Making ‘Magic’ and Cultivating Success with Hotel Revenue Strategy

by Sarah McCay Tams, Contributing Editor, EMEA |

A new breed of traveller – the independent, design-savvy millennials – is calling for a new type of hotel experience. They want unique rather than cookie cutter; they want a room with personality rather than a box in a convenient location. They demand a bespoke, personalised service where they feel genuinely welcomed. And they want to pay a price tailored to their wants and needs.

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How Big Data Can Help Hotel Revenue Managers Get to Perfect Pricing

by Michael McCartan, Managing Director, EMEA |

Hotel distribution has changed a lot in the last 20 years. However, hotel revenue management practices haven’t. This is because the technology used hasn’t kept pace. Revenue managers want to do things differently, but they are held back by technological constraints.

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Why currency fluctuations provide Revenue Strategy opportunity to savvy hoteliers

by Sarah McCay Tams, Contributing Editor, EMEA |

Currency fluctuations are the norm. Exchange rates have always peaked and troughed. So why do hoteliers hold their breath each time a major currency, such as the pound sterling, takes a nosedive?

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