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?
Millennials, Baby Boomers, and Generation X don’t share the same attitudes towards travel. Here’s how they differ and how hotels can capitalise.
Some hotel restaurants are truly special and add another unique element to a guest's experience. Good hotel restaurants can be a profitable business in themselves and here are some of the best.
Sustainability is becoming ever more important and the good news it can be very easy to implement sustainable practices and still be successful.
This infographic explores facts and statistics on food and beverage in the hospitality industry, specifically waste and pollution.
Personality development begins as young children and takes shape under the influence of inherited and external factors. Here’s the so what for your hotel.
Each month SiteMinder's TrendTracker keeps you up-to-date with the latest trends and statistics from the hotel and travel industries.
Pop-up hotels take glamping to another level and are starting to appear even in urban areas. Could this be a business opportunity for hotel brands?
With so much travel news breaking across the globe each month, it’s impossible for hoteliers to keep up. That’s why SiteMinder’s TrendTracker is here...
Each year brings new trends and wellness is one that is encompassing all parts of society. Here are the latest insights on wellness and travel.
Celebrating 10 years in business, Airbnb has some amazing properties on the books. Here are the highlights, according to global travellers.
Plants may not be high on your list of important strategies, but they can certainly prove useful for your hotel’s interior design. Here’s our advice...
Engaging hotel guests means getting them to care about your brand. Once they care, you’ll have a lifelong customer and a hotel experience ambassador.