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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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How Online Hotel Distribution Works

How Online Hotel Distribution Works

Few aspects of the hotel industry are as overwhelming as understanding GDS, OTA, PMS, and online distribution. With a few quick tips, hoteliers can work to take over the market—and maybe even the world. Here is a closer look at distribution. Hotel. The most important ...

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Overcoming Obstacles in the Distribution Landscape

Overcoming Obstacles in the Distribution Landscape

To keep up with the shifting distribution landscape, hoteliers better start their engines, because the race is on. “It’s a race of who can provide the best consumer experience through technology,” says Sloan Dean, VP of revenue optimization for the ...

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The Cromwell Pilots Connected Room Experience

The Cromwell Pilots Connected Room Experience

Caesars Entertainment Corporation has created a new, connected room experience that is built on the Universal Windows 10 platform and the Microsoft Cloud. It is currently being piloted in two suites at The Cromwell, Caesars Entertainment’s newest boutique hotel located ...

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Dayuse Expands Booking Beyond Typical Reservations

Dayuse Expands Booking Beyond Typical Reservations

Gone is the stigma attached to daytime hotel rentals—these days, more hoteliers see it as a way to increase their revenue and profit. Dayuse, a Paris-based daytime booking platform making its way into the U.S., offers reduced rates for guestrooms ...

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U.S. Hotels Gain Incremental Negotiating Strength Over OTAs

U.S. Hotels Gain Incremental Negotiating Strength Over OTAs

NEW YORK—The balance of power has shifted in favor of U.S. hospitality companies in their tenuous relationship with online travel agencies (OTAs), according to Fitch Ratings. Solid industry fundamentals have allowed many lodging brand owners to negotiate more favorable commission ...

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