When your hotel is faced with empty hotel beds, it can be tempting to slash prices and discount room rates to compete. But a new report from Skift and SiteMinder is urging hoteliers not to give in to temptation.
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SiteMinder hosted a webinar with The Hotel Collection to demonstrate how The Channel Manager and TheBookingButton can make a difference to hotel businesses globally.
Cricket, Chinese travellers, and the weak Australian dollar had a huge impact on visitors coming to Australia. This blog looks at the impact of tourism...
In his first blog since SiteMinder's acquisition of Globekey, GM Gregor Vogel explores direct bookings within South-East Asia's ever-changing hotel sector.
What website features do international travellers want from your hotel's website? SiteMinder uses stats from Worldpay to examine the online booking journey.
China is crucial in the emerging economies category. But while it presents opportunities for hotels, there are other countries that shouldn't be overlooked.
Opportunities presented by the world's largest tourism market are huge. SiteMinder looks at how and why you should be capitalising on Chinese travellers.
Low online conversion rates challenge the entire travel industry. This SiteMinder blog explores where it's moving toward and how price transparency fits in.
Offer streamlined direct booking options on your website, mobile booking apps, competitive pricing and incentives & capture independent hotel market.
Hotels must embrace yield management as a core driver of profitability. Offer your guests the right mix of room types, prices and promotions & maximise ROI.
Understanding, anticipating and influencing your guests’ behaviour in order to maximise revenue or profits for your hotel is pivotal pricing strategy for to
Why determining a hotel’s supply isn’t as simple as counting rooms, and how real-time reservations can be managed with real-time technology.
China’s online travel market hit $10 billion in 2014’s second quarter. Add online distribution & booking technologies to directly reach China’s travellers.
A list of new concepts and business models to match the demands of the modern business traveller, who is looking for quality, luxury and speed above all.