Hotel brands, ranging from budget to luxury, are investing in Latin America. Different hoteliers have different expectations of a property management system.
And although most of these trends cross borders and oceans, some surface more in specific regions than others. Take a deep dive into three technologies positioned to impact hotels - and the entire travel industry - starting in This report is based on surveys taken from actual Millennial travelers and booking data from thousands of hotel properties worldwide.
This report delivers key insights into how your hotel brand can become customer-obsessed, build retention and generate loyalty that drives revenue. Four out of five travelers in Asia now see travel not as a luxury, but as a necessity.
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And as the region stabilizes, Latin American consumers are able and ready to spend more in travel. While regional differences and language factor into the uniqueness of the Latin American traveler, the 6 mega-trends identified in this report are defining what these consumers expect from brands.
Who They Are, How They Shop, Why They Book Millennials have quickly emerged as the largest travel segment, and are causing major shifts in hospitality trends, yet it is still unclear what needs to be done to earn Millennial loyalty.
Different goals across departments, emerging consumer channel preferences and regional variations make it difficult for hoteliers to create a "one size fits all" channel strategy.
This bespoke report identifies six trends that reveal what consumers will want next, and presents hoteliers with actionable innovation opportunities in The report identifies 10 distinct trends powered by technology within three key focus areas - World as Media, Intimate Intelligence and Instant Service - and examines the applications to the hospitality industry.
Explore the trends Millennials De-Mystified: This report will ultimately guide you in architecting the modern guest experience. Explore what our survey found that French travelers expect from hoteliers when it comes to personalized service.
Emerging Technology in Travel As hotels focus on guest experience, new technologies can improve communication with guests, inspire new experiences and increase operational efficiencies.
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Consumer Mega-Trends Impacting Hospitality Discover four powerful trends of how Asia-Pacific consumers are evolving beyond the old demographic models of consumer behavior. We interviewed hotel executives from around the world to better understand the technology, challenges and trends that factor into their guest experience strategy.
This report uncovers four key Europe and Middle East consumer trends impacting hospitality today.
This report explains the trends reshaping the region and why hoteliers must adjust to this new reality.The Center for Hospitality Research offers a wide variety of accessible reports aimed at providing specific approaches for addressing industry issues.
The reports are written by faculty researchers at the School of Hotel Administration and elsewhere, with a goal of answering specific questions facing the industry.
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