The amount of breaking news and industry statistics that are revealed each month can get overwhelming. Catch up on the latest with SiteMinder's TrendTracker.
In this free SiteMinder guide, we look at the revenue opportunity for Italian hoteliers and top inbound travel markets to focus on in 2018.
A rise of robots has been spoken about for some time. Are we any closer to the reality where our meal or room service is delivered by an android?
Every month in the travel industry, new stats and developments are being unearthed. Don't miss any; keep up with SiteMinder's TrendTracker.
With global travel continuing to explode, rail transport could start to play a much larger role in the future of travel - and hotels.
There’s too much happening in the hospitality industry for hoteliers to keep up every month. Catch up on stats you might have missed in April...
Global travellers experience an entire journey online before they arrive at your hotel. Here are 17 stats detailing the modern digital habits of travellers.
20 surprising hospitality stats: What can your hotel learn?
Wellness travel is still on the rise with more travellers becoming proactive about their health and wellbeing. Here’s why and how you can promote it at your hotel.
There’s too much happening in the hospitality industry for hoteliers to keep up every month. Catch up on stats you might have missed in February...
Six new and exciting trends are emerging within the Latin American travel market. Here’s what they mean and how your hotel can capitalise.
With the UK to receive a record number of travellers in 2018, is your hotel in a position to capture more bookings and increase profitability?
Some hotels are leading the way into the future by implementing the latest technology throughout their properties. Here are the best examples.
There’s too much happening in the hospitality industry for hoteliers to keep up every month. Catch up on stats you might have missed in January...
A report from Expedia uncovered interesting travel trends on Australian, Chinese, and Japanese hotel guests. Here are the key findings.