Posts Tagged ‘hotel pricing’

Phocuswright Panelists: Will OTA Struggles Lead to More Disruption for Hotels?

by Jason Q. Freed, Managing Editor |

It was certainly an interesting week for online travel CEOs to be center stage.

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Diverse offering drives Germany’s hotel market

by Michael McCartan, Managing Director, EMEA |

Germany’s hotel market is one enjoying strong growth at present. In 2016, the country recorded 80.8 million overnight stays, while the German National Tourism Board has forecast up to 121.5 million overnight stays by 2030.

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RSF speakers: Being hospitable is no longer enough

by Sarah McCay Tams, Contributing Editor, EMEA |

The hospitality industry is facing its biggest change in a generation: becoming brave enough to rely on new technologies to know the guest better, improve communication, automate where possible, and optimise pricing to drive revenues and bottom line.

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Revenue Strategy Report: The Hotel Industry’s Big Bet on Personalized Loyalty

by Marco Benvenuti, Chief Marketing and Strategy Officer and Co-Founder |

Each time I visit our San Francisco office, not only do I have a favorite hotel that I stay in, but I have a specific junior suite at that hotel that is perfect for me. I’ve stayed in this same room more than a hundred times.

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Uncertainty Fuels Need to Rein In Acquisition Costs

by Ed Watkins, Contributing Editor |

Now more than ever, revenue managers need to devise strategies to rein in galloping increases in the cost of customer acquisition. The hotel industry has been on a seven-year-plus run of improving performance but for a variety of reasons, that upward trajectory could soon flatten out or even dip.

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