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Hottest Food and Beverage Trends in Restaurants and Hotel Dining for 2016

Resturant On Dec 1, 2015  By  0

The two most noteworthy trends in for 2016 have nothing to do with food;  Big disrupters are a revolution in high-speed food delivery to homes Read More

Resturant Reservation Tools

Restaurant Reservations Optimization Tool by Cornell

Resturant On Dec 1, 2015  By  0

A new tool from the Center for Hospitality Research (CHR) allows restaurateurs to optimize their reservations and seating using Microsoft’s Excel spreadsheet. The tool and Read More

Facebook ads

10 Ways To Target Travelers With Facebook Ads.

Facebook On Nov 29, 2015  By  0

With an active user base of more than 1.55 billion people, Facebook has become a major player in the online marketing sphere, in particular within Read More

Google Plus for Hotels: How to Get Started

How Hoteliers Can Leverage the New Google + Layout.

Google+ On Nov 28, 2015  By  0

Google has recently rolled out a new and simple Google + layout and to see the new changes, you will need to opt in to Read More

Contegency Plan

Hotel Revenue Management Contingency Plan for Recessionary Demand and Decline Eras.

Blog, Revenue Management On Nov 26, 2015  By  0

Last week I wrote about Why Hoteliers Still Considering the Discount Strategies?  The conclusion was:- 1- Discounts are all around us, and as consumers (either Read More

Discount Strategies

Is Hoteliers Still Considering the Discount Strategies, What Hoteliers Need to Concern upon Discounting?

Blog, Pricing On Nov 17, 2015  By  0

Whenever a recession looms on the horizon, caused by either wars, security issues , terror attacks, a pandemic such as SARS or H1N1 virus, political Read More

Book on Google and Book on Tripadvisor

Why “Book on Google” and “Book on TripAdvisor” Will Be a Nightmare for the Hospitality Industry

OTA On Oct 6, 2015  By  0

Background Following the lead of, which has turned itself into a meta-OTA-type of a service for quite some time now, TripAdvisor rolled out their Read More

The Key to REVPAR Recovery – New Business Development

RevPAR vs RevPOR vs RevPAG

Back To Basics On Oct 5, 2015  By  0

Let’s get the acronyms out of the way so there’s no confusion: – RevPAR = Revenue Per Available Room – RevPOR = Revenue Per Occupied Room – RevPAG = Revenue Per Available Guest The first term, RevPAR, Read More

14 tips to close the sale at your hotel

14 tips to close the sale at your hotel

Hospitality On Sep 20, 2015  By  0

Hotel salespeople are inundated with booking inquiries from meeting planners and guests alike. Closing those sales starts with a good first impression. One thing most Read More

The Key to REVPAR Recovery – New Business Development

Five methods for increasing your Revenue per Available Room (RevPAR)

Back To Basics On Sep 16, 2015  By  0

  A common problem often facing hoteliers is how to increase revenue per available room, so let me share some tried and tested solutions to Read More