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Library Hotel Collection: 5 secrets to brand reputation building

Almost 10 years ago, Library Hotel Collection became legendary for placing its four boutique properties in the top-four positions of New York hotels on TripAdvisor.
Tags: New York, Hotels, Library Hotel Collection


The case against behavioral advertising is stacking up

No one likes being stalked around the Internet by adverts. It’s the uneasy joke you can’t enjoy laughing at. But what if creepy ads don’t work as claimed?
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Does your hotel offer value parity?

Metasearch auctions give hotels a chance to compete with OTAs for your high-value customers. But there are also other opportunities in it for brand-savvy hoteliers.
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Hotel coworking space: The future of hospitality

Coworking spaces are something you do not expect in a hotel but they are becoming more popular as more employees embrace flexible jobs.
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How brands cultivate community through group activations

Harnessing the power of community, brands and establishments are cultivating their own networks for customers that enable sharable and memorable experiences.
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Ctrip eyes Europe amid rising domestic competition

Ctrip, China’s biggest online travel agent, is planning to expand its businesses to Europe in 2019, CEO Sun Jie announced at the company’s annual meeting.
Tags: Europe, Hotels, Ctrip China, Sun Jie


China: Boom time for online travel firms

Five OTAs hold the key to the fortunes of Chinese tourism as they command a collective 80 percent market share.
Tags: Hotels, China


As OTAs get bigger, booking a decent hotel room gets harder

If you want to book a hotel room online these days, you have a lot of choices. Therein lies a problem.
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How Social Media Marketing Can Help Hotels Stop the Growing Operating Costs

Can Social Media Marketing HELP Hotels stop the growing operation costs? I previously talked about pain points Hotels experience with Social Media Marketing, such as content, engagement, and online visibility. For many Hotels, Digital Marketing Ain’t Easy. And we know it will impact areas such as operation, security, and platform. When it comes to operating costs many Hotels deal with challenges such as discounts, fees, commissions, and free services. And many Hotel owners fuel the success of o...
Tags: Facebook, Hotels, Social Media, Seo, Social Media Marketing, Research, Marriott, Hotel, Expedia, Value Innovation, Social Media Community, Morch, Hotels Social Media, Founders Media Click Here, Social Media Mastery for Hotels, Social Media Mastery for Hotel


Serenity Redefined at Bhutan’s Remote Gangtey Lodge

12 suites, innumerable amenities and tranquility in the once-hidden Phobjikha Valley At Gangtey Lodge, guests feel ever so far away. More than three hours from the capital city of Thimphu, along the National Highway and ultimately beyond the single road that leads into the once-hidden, glacial-carved Phobjikha Valley, the 12-room property nestles into the farmland. Here, potatoes, herbs and turnips grow. And the black-necked crane of …
Tags: Travel, Wellness, Design, Hotels, Dining, Bhutan, Spa, Thimphu, Boutique Hotels, Gangtey Lodge, Independent Hotels, Phobjikha Valley, National Highway


Top 10 digital marketing New Year’s resolutions for hotel marketers

Determining your hotel’s most successful digital marketing initiatives is the first step to executing a strong plan that will achieve greater results this year than last year.
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Travel Tripper named best CRS by Hotel Tech Report

Travel Tripper received four awards from Hotel Tech Report: Best CRS, top-rated booking engine and digital agency, as well as the Global People’s Choice Awards.
Tags: Hotels, Global People 's


On the Beach to launch direct integration with Emirates

On the Beach has become the UK’s first online travel agent to launch a direct integration with Emirates through Online B2B, the airline’s NDC API.
Tags: UK, Hotels


TripAdvisor talks "holistic" approach to vacation rentals

Compared to other major players in the space, TripAdvisor stays relatively quiet on the status of its Rentals business.
Tags: Hotels, Tripadvisor


Travel agents believe 2019 will bring a boom in business

New research shows that 44 percent of travel agents surveyed indicated that their clients are optimistic about international travel, and 54 percent are optimistic about domestic travel.
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U.S. hotel demand growth outpaced supply growth in 2018

Demand for U.S. hotel room nights grew 2.5 percent year over year in 2018, compared with 2 percent growth in supply, according to STR.
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Airbnb held talks to buy Hotel Tonight

A deal would give the home-sharing company more inventory and help it move into hotel bookings.
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Blogging inspiration: 12 post ideas to get guests clicking

Done right, a hotel blog can drive traffic to your website - helping you to find new bookers, build guest loyalty and boost your revenue.
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Get Cheaper Hotel Prices After You Book Using This Site

Chances are good that the cost of your hotel room is going to drop after you book it. Hotels will often lower prices when bookings aren’t quite what they hoped for a day, or when it becomes obvious they’re going to have a ton of available space.Read more...
Tags: Travel, Hotels, Hotel, Lifehacks, Travel Tips, Hotel Rooms


Luxury travel news this week

Here’s a round-up of luxury travel stories that have caught the eye this week. To make sure you receive these new weekly alerts in your web browser, please click on the red bell icon in the bottom right hand corner of the page and click ‘subscribe’ (works on desktop only – for other ways to […] The post Luxury travel news this week appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog.
Tags: Travel, Europe, Featured, Australia, Hotels, Africa, Turkey, Accommodation, Attractions, Italy, Middle East, Kenya, Oceania, Regions, Going Out, Western Europe


Ron Mueck – It’s a Girl!

March 18, 2018 was the first weekend after the opening of the exhibition Reshaped Reality – 50 years of Hyperrealistic Sculpture in the Kunsthal in Rotterdam, Netherlands. It was very busy, but the number of people surrounding the 5 m tall just born Child statue by Ron Mueck add to the alienation that one feels looking at the baby in this context. Look for yourself and click the photo’s for larger format. The post Ron Mueck – It’s a Girl! appeared first on Happy Hotelier.
Tags: Art, Hotels, Ron Mueck, Rotterdam Netherlands, Photo of the Day


Luxury resorts and vegan food in Phu Quoc

Read all about these Luxury Resorts and Vegan Food in Phu Quoc from our recent trip to the Vietamese island which is a fast growing tourism hotspot. We experienced 3 luxury resorts that were all very different to each other but had one thing in common for sure. Upon request they were more than able […] The post Luxury resorts and vegan food in Phu Quoc appeared first on A Luxury Travel Blog.
Tags: Travel, Asia, Featured, Hotels, Restaurants, Accommodation, Food And Drink, Resorts, Vietnam, Regions, Going Out, Travel Miscellany, Phu Quoc, Luxury Resorts and Vegan Food


The modern guest experience & how hotels can achieve it in 2019

What hotels need to know in order to appeal to the modern guest is this: the digital experience is the experience.
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Are Airbnb and Google revolutionising hotel distribution? One year on

As we settle into 2019, it's time for an update to explore how Google's and Airbnb's ambitious initiatives - and those of other large global companies - are affecting hotels.
Tags: Google, Hotels


Transformational travel, and are those real followers, or just bots?

Social media cachet has become such a motivator for travel, it’s the number one trend cited in Virtuoso’s annual Luxe Report.
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OpenTable encourages diners to travel with its new loyalty play

U.S.-based members of OpenTable’s loyalty program can redeem their OpenTable Dining Points for discounted hotel stays on Kayak.
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Airline distribution in 2030: Gravitating towards airlines, intermediaries or tech giants?

Google and Amazon pose an existential threat for the existing industry players. Will they succeed in gobbling up the entire travel value chain in the next decade?
Tags: Google, Amazon, Hotels


CWT restructures EMEA

Carlson Wagonlit Travel has made six senior EMEA appointments while letting five people go as it eliminates the role of country director for eight countries.
Tags: Hotels, EMEA, Carlson Wagonlit Travel


Airbnb says it made a profit again in 2018

Airbnb said it made money for a second straight year, based on a common measure that excludes some expenses
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Demand for high-quality localized content to grow massively

The biggest potential barrier to Internet adoption is not technical, but language, according to a new survey conducted by Booking Holdings.
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