Hotel rate parity is an important and sometimes contentious issue for hoteliers today. If you're selling rooms via third-party channels you need to be aware of rate parity and what it means for you.
Hotels often feel the pain of paying booking commissions to third party online travel agents, so is there another option? We look at the start of a new movement.
With so many options available, it can be difficult for hotels to know what online channels will help them get the most bookings. That’s why SiteMinder has released a list of the top 15 revenue-generating booking channels of 2017.
Online travel agents are the focal point for so many travel bookings and there’s a lot of competition between them, but also a lot of consideration for hotels when deciding which channels to connect to.
Metasearch channel TripAdvisor is not content with just offering travellers research and advice - it now wants to help guests book hotels at the lowest price in a holistic shopping experience.
Your hotel’s OTA profile is just as important to get right as your own website or any other brand content you display to travellers online if you want to maximise bookings.
To achieve hotel business goals like driving bookings and increasing revenue, hoteliers can’t afford not to be using distribution and booking technology. Read about real life applications here.
Americans are failing to take advantage of their days off leaving millions of dollars on the table for hoteliers. This blog will help you learn how to increase traffic to your hotel when your regular business is dropping off...
Interesting research on Thailand’s accommodation sector reveals why hotels are seeing greater results than ever before.
A new report from Expedia Media Solutions and comScore has uncovered some fascinating insights into the path British travellers take to purchase and the resources they interact with along the various stages of their hotel booking experience. This SiteMinder blog explores the research...
Google has released an interactive infographic that identifies five stages of travel: dreaming, planning, booking, experiencing and sharing.
Travel and Tourism now represents 9.8% of global GDP. That’s according to a new report from the World Travel and Tourism Council. Here are 16 fascinating statistics demonstrating the power of our industry’s growth...
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Understanding hotel data is key to making sure you're attracting, reaching, and converting global guests. Here's why you should understand the essential metrics...