Want to tap into the lucrative corporate travel market? This blog explains how independent hoteliers can attract and delight business travellers.
Here are the European destinations on the rise in 2019. Is your hotel located nearby and can you capitalise on the increase in tourism?
What will be the most visited country by 2030? For the answer to this questions and many more, find out the stats you might have missed with SiteMinder's TrendTracker.
Here are the Asian destinations on the rise in 2019. Is your hotel located nearby and can you capitalise on the increase in tourism?
To create satisfied, loyal, guests it’s imperative you create meaningful connections and treat guests like your friends and family.
Mistakes happen, people make them everyday but some are worse than others. Here are the common mistakes your hotel should avoid.
Some destinations in the US are set to see a healthy increase in travellers next year. Here are the top destinations for 2019.
The travel industry is a thriving hub of activity and it’s easy to miss interesting content or big announcements. Check out these fascinating quotes from November.
Some hotels are designing rooms that are so revolutionary, they’re patenting the layouts and unique features. Here are two prime examples.
So much happens every month in the hotel, travel, and hospitality industries that it's extremely hard to keep up. SiteMinder's TrendTracker is here to keep you up-to-date with the most interesting stats and facts from the previous month.
There's always plenty of ways to get involved with SiteMinder, wherever you are in the world. Here's what events are on this month in November.
Even localised trends can grow to have impacts around the world. It’s important for hoteliers to always be aware of market trends, traveller movements, and industry statistics.
Being aware of trends and understanding the opportunities they provide is vital for any hotel business that wants to stay competitive within the current state of the industry.
Gender equality has come a long way, and still has a long way to go. How does your hotel compare to the current state of affairs in the industry?