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Is August the Last Chance for the 2020 Season?

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The latest edition of Duetto's Pulse Report, which assessed hotel metrics from July 13-26, showed a strong uptick in demand linked to the July 4th holiday, but as predicted back then, the increase has done little, if anything, to revive the market. Data for North America and Latin America continued to trail heavily behind the same time last year...

Duetto Pulse Report: July 4th Holiday Provides Short-Term Boost

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The July 4th holiday provided a short-term uptick in demand but did little to revive the market, with summer demand still trailing heavily behind numbers from the same time last year (STLY), according to data from the latest Duetto Pulse Report. Tracking key metrics for June 29 to July 12, the latest edition of the report continues to show demand...

Late 2021 Hotel Bookings Are Pacing Ahead

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The latest edition of the Duetto Pulse Report, which tracked data from June 15-28 across three key hotel metrics—bookings, cancellations, and web traffic—shows growing consumer confidence for travel dates in 2021. By Memorial Day Weekend starting on May 22, all 50 states had lifted or partially lifted stay at home orders, and many hotels began reopening. As such, the industry...

Duetto Pulse Report: Positive Signals for Demand in the Fall

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The summer season may continue to run on last-minute bookings and short lead times, but positive times look set to follow. The latest edition of Duetto's Pulse Report, which shows data for the first two weeks of June, highlights growing consumer confidence for travel in September and beyond. On the books data for North America shows growing traveler confidence for...

New Bookings Show First Signs Of Recovery

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New bookings are filtering through as hotels around the world prepare to reopen, data from Duetto’s latest Pulse Report shows. The latest edition of the Pulse Report published on June 11 looks at data from the weeks of May 18-24 (week 12) and May 25-31 (week 13). Set against the backdrop of the lifting of stay-at-home restrictions in the...