Coming up next week in Budapest, dotcomhotel’s Hospitality E-Commerce & Revenue Management Conference kicks off May 30th at the Continental Hotel Budapest.
Reading news in travel technology this morning any interested party might be a bit confused over all the smoke signals going out from online players. The New York Times suggests simply “Fewer, Bigger Travel Sites”, Expedia stocks are down on the one hand, and their mobile app is revamped a superhuman helper on the other. Meanwhile a startup called Bookt LLC takes a shot at Airbnb.com and vacations. I guess the good news is, travel technology is really still alive and doing well.
In hospitality news from leading luxury player Orient-Express Hotels, a new associate hotels programme by them promises independently owned and managed hotels new momentum.
Not many companies have so effectively tackled the language barrier online, not even in travel. News from Flip.to last week tells of not only translating for guests, but interesting benefits for hoteliers too, namely conversions. Flip.to may just have figured a refined way to pay guests and hoteliers.
With all the bad news flying about from European capitols it’s nice to see hotel groups expanding through all the economic strife. This is particularly true where the hardest hit countries are concerned. News that Spanish hoteliers, HTGroup is opening a new four star in Madrid, this is good news for a change of fortunes.
LeisureLink has joined Yelp as on of Inc.’s top 500|5000 fastest growing private companies, according to news from the company. An online travel tech company, LeisureLink points so called “big data” at the travel industry with innovations like Marketspan™ Guest Generation System. At a time when online market analysis and revenue management solutions could surely […]
News from budding marketing marvel buuteeq suggests their dital marketing system (DMS) for independent hotels is gaining momentum. Powering online reservartions online, on mobile, and via social media, the startup launched back in 2011 is now engaging hoteliers across 15 countries.
TravelAvenue, a startup focused on image oriented share for travel, is a Pinterest-ish development travelers may want to watch. We gave the product the once over this morning, here’s what we discovered.
Are you looking for something or someone to filter your digital world? Argo Travel News takes a look at another travel accommodation filtering channel, Lifestyle Hotels, with mentions of a few others. If ever there were a need for good suggestion engines, the travel space is in dire need. How do you decide where to go, where to stay, what to do? Let’s look at regional players in travel booking.
Selected to reinvent all Library Hotel Collection’s websites, hotel marketing agency WHIP expands their already considerable brace of interdependent hotel clients with four extraordinary boutiques in New York, and more to come from Budapest to Toronto in the coming weeks. The hospitality sensation of ITB Berlin, WIHP Convert website design renders a result ending the way Every hotel website should look like, at least according to Robin Wauters at The Next Web.
Planning a visit to Paris this year. Well, a new hotel from the people who envisioned Hotel Seven, Hotel Crayon, designer boutiques hoteliers Elegancia Hotels will unveil Félicien this coming November. This latest thematic fashion stay in Paris arises once again from the imagination of entrepreneur Philippe Vaurs, and the added creative genius of one Olivier Lapidus, one of the world’s great clothing designers. Argophilia Travel News offers a sneak peek at a fantastic Paris stay.