The travel industry is constantly evolving and hotels need to adapt quickly to the dynamic nature of customer behaviour.
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There’s always room for improvement in any business but it can be hard to know where to look. Here are some resources you can use for your hotel management.
Even understanding the basics of revenue management can be hugely beneficial for hotels. Here, Jody Sharratt of Rooms online shares her advice for hotels looking to learn more.
There are countless startups trying to disrupt the industry. A select few hit the mark and provide new and exciting options for hotels and guests alike.
Traveller behaviour and hotel technology are naturally linked. And hotels need to be aware of how the two interact and how to respond effectively.
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Eric Hallin’s hotel career spans 40 years. Now in his tenth year at the Rembrandt in Bangkok, he leads his team who create a great experience for the many international guests. SiteMinder found out the secrets to his success…
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To remain competitive in the future, hotels will have to further emphasise the level of service they provide to guests. Here are five ways to improve.
‘The Matchmaker’ is a hotel that will allow guests to impact the culture and brand of the hotel through personal connections and relationships. Does this sound like your hotel?
‘The Choreographer’ is a hotel of the future which will redefine service by managing the entire travel experience in a painless manner to remove any stress from the guest.
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‘The Neighbour’ is a hotel that prioritises the connection between hotel and local area, operating as a mediator for guests to get a valuable and authentic experience.
The Architect is a hotel that creates creative, flexible, and creative spaces that appeal to guests who have a diverse range of needs. Does this sound like your property?
The Curator is a hotel that listens to the individual needs of guests and facilitates the required resources to personalise their stay. Does this sound like your property?
Hotel design isn’t just about the height of your ceiling or the colour of your carpet. In the future there are many different aspects that will define the setup of hotel businesses.
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