Smart tech is poised to play a greater role in future hotels. It gives hoteliers endless possibilities to differentiate themselves from the competition and exceed the expectations of the guests of tomorrow. Read on to know more.
Several popular global destinations went from over-tourism to under-tourism in the last year, encouraging their tourism authorities to utilize the downtime to develop strategies that can help balance the two extremes in the future. Read on to know more.
One thing that stood out at the recent May 2021 Hunter Conference at the Atlanta Marriott Marquis was that people are ready to travel, gather, and attend large-scale conferences again. The Marriott was ready, with attentive staff, well thought-out procedures, and a great experience all around. Kudos to both the Hunter Conference team and the Marriott team. It was a truly flawless event.
On 24th February attendees at a webinar hosted by HVS, AlixPartners, Bird & Bird and EP Business in Hospitality heard a distinguished gathering of experts discuss the deployment of current and future developments in technology and its potential impact on Hotel profitability.
Mobile phone proliferation and the rise in social media users is poised to present unique opportunities for hotel companies. How are hotels currently utilizing social media marketing and are they ready for the future?
Richmond was recently rated among the world’s top tourism destinations, and leisure demand remains a pillar of the city’s hotel industry. Corporations, government institutions, and conventions are also driving occupancies and interest in new supply.