Travel to and within the U.S. grew 3.2% year-over-year in May, according to the U.S. Travel Associations latest Travel Trends Index (TTI) – marking the industrys 113th straight month of overall expansion. While this is up slightly from Aprils 3.0% overall growth, the Leading Travel Index (LTI) predicts travel growth will soften through November 2019 as all travel segments experience softer growth.
88% of Travelers Would Book Property Offering Central Payment Over Other Payment Options
This 22-page report gets inside technical, ethical and legal challenges facing travel brands as they adopt dynamic pricing. It reveals how to master these factors to deliver higher yields, conversion rates and customer retention levels as prices get closer to matching true demand.
With just 468 km2 of surface, Andorra is a small tourist paradise that offers an infinity of activities to its visitors, both in winter to enjoy its ski resorts, and in summer to enjoy all its hiking and nature routes, without forgetting the wide range of commerce available.
Jeff Bezos famous quote on the success of Amazon is 'The secret to that is to focus on the things that dont change in your business.' The example he specifically used was, 'So people today want fast shipping. And theyre going to want faster and faster shipping in 10 years… so thats going to matter today and tomorrow.'
In two short weeks, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter have all either announced updates or made updates to their platforms that will impact social media accounts for businesses in the hospitality industry. Keep reading to see all the changes and what they mean for hotels and resorts.
Changing priorities are impacting how and why Americans travel
Preliminary June data from STR shows London hotel occupancy rose 4% to 89.8%, ADR increased 11.3% to £178.20 ($223.35) and RevPAR jumped 15.7% to £159.95 ($200.48).
Hotels in Melbourne reported occupancy fell 6.3% to 72.7% in June, according to preliminary monthly data from STR. ADR dipped 2.7% to 168.90 Australian dollars ($118.76) and RevPAR decreased 8.9% to AU$122.83 ($86.36).
According to preliminary June data from STR, Abu Dhabi hotel occupancy rose 16.8% to 62.9%, ADR increased 7.2% to 339.31 Emirati dirhams ($92.39) and RevPAR jumped 25.2% to 213.43 dirhams ($58.12).