SiteMinder examines the who, what, when, where and why of travel habits across the Americas - using data from online travel agents and metasearch sites.
What influences holidaymakers when they book? Is it the hotel's reputation or is price the deciding factor? This SiteMinder blog explores these questions.
Cyclone Pam hit tropical paradise Vanuatu back in March. How are hotels rebuilding? How is tourism affected? SiteMinder's blog talks to the Moorings Hotel.
Our latest hotel industry blog, 'Rooms with a View', looks at The Explore Hotel & Hostel in New York City, which is focusing on its guests' specific needs.
Tourism plays a crucial role when it comes to economic growth. So when disaster strikes it's more important than ever to pull together and support tourism.
‘Rooms with a View’ talks to Jan Davis from Waverley House Cottages in Lakes Entrance about the challenge of adapting to a technology-driven hotel industry.
In ‘Rooms with a View’, we speak to SiteMinder customers to understand how they run their hotel business and how they’re handling travel industry changes.
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.
SiteMinder discusses how, in spite of growth, one thing remains certain: hotels need technology to compete in today’s Internet economy.
Five emerging travel trends from this year’s World Travel Market Global Trends Report that hoteliers won’t be able to ignore in 2015 and beyond.
Online hotel reviews are changing everything - hotel operators must became adept in the art of handling online guest reviews in order to stay competitive.
A hotel's profitability is a direct function of the satisfaction of its guests, making customer service a top priority in today's competitive business climate.
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.