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Airbnb’s Potential to Become a Distribution Partner

Airbnb’s Potential to Become a Distribution Partner

Airbnb’s growth has truly been explosive. According to a recent article in the Wall Street Journal, Airbnb generated $340 million of revenue in the third quarter of 2015, with bookings totaling $2.2 billion. The number of nights booked has doubled ...

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Staying Ahead of Distribution Technology

Staying Ahead of Distribution Technology

Technology and the ever-evolving online distribution landscape have transformed the way travelers are booking their trips. This makes it an exciting time for consumers and hotels, particularly as we see new and diverse travel booking platforms come to fruition. From ...

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Hotel Zephyr Adopts ALICE Platform

Hotel Zephyr Adopts ALICE Platform

NEW YORK—ALICE, a SaaS platform that completely connects all service departments within a hotel and connects the guest to the property, announced that Hotel Zephyr, one of San Francisco’s newest boutique hotels, has adopted its ALICE STAFF solution. Hotel Zephyr ...

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Tech Trends Emerge at HITEC 2016

Tech Trends Emerge at HITEC 2016

From June 20 to 23, hospitality and technology professionals from all over the world converged in New Orleans, La., for HITEC 2016 to make connections, be introduced to emerging technologies, and learn about new trends in the hospitality technology space. ...

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Aloft Introduces New in-Room Streaming Services

Aloft Introduces New in-Room Streaming Services

STAMFORD, Conn.—If you stream it, they will come. That’s what Aloft Hotels, Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc.’s innovative hotel brand for today’s hyper-connected global traveler, is betting on when it comes to the future of in-room entertainment. Introducing RoomCast ...

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Data Drives the Right Strategy in Any Age of Travel

Data Drives the Right Strategy in Any Age of Travel

Hoteliers never seem to agree what point in the industry cycle we’re in, and right now is no different. Is it the “Golden Age of Travel,” like we heard at the recent NYU International Hospitality Investment Conference? Or have we ...

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