Posts Tagged ‘hotel demand’

Room Type Pricing in the Real World

by Eric Stoessel, VP of Marketing |

We talk a lot about Open Pricing and more specifically the value of yielding room types dynamically. We’ve written whitepapers, produced videos and created plenty of slides that illustrate these concepts, but last week I saw firsthand why this is so important and the revenue opportunities too many hotels are missing.

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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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Revenue Management Lessons in Singapore’s Changing Hotel Market

by Vera Lye, Contributing Editor, APAC |

Singapore’s visitor profiles are changing, and hotels are taking note. Once the frequent travel stop for bigwigs in the financial and oil industries, Singapore these days attracts more millennial executives from the pharmaceutical and technology trades.

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ITB’s Unseen Revenue Management Lesson for Hotels

by Michael Schäffner, Director – DACH |

ITB coincided with my first full week working for Duetto. What a week to start! Endless meetings, great conversations, educational events and, in its final hours, an incredible revenue management opportunity for all Berlin hotels. Did you spot it?

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