By Julie Sickel
Third-quarter bookings at North American hotels are stronger than at this same time last year for both the group and business transient travel segments, according to TravelClick. Group bookings are up 1.3 percent, and business transient is up 4.7 percent. In rate terms, group is a bit weaker; average daily rate is up 0.8 percent, while business transient ADR is up 3.9 percent.
eHotelier - TravelClick Unveils Latest Version of Hotel Loyalty Solution, Bringing “Reward and Redeem” to Hoteliers
TravelClick, a leading global provider of data and revenue-generating solutions for hoteliers, has announced the release of its latest version of TravelClick Loyalty that now includes “Reward and Redeem” options for its award-winning iHotelier® and Guest Management System platforms. This new feature allows hotels to create a cashback loyalty program with automated points redemption during the booking process. With this release, TravelClick continues to deliver the industry’s only solution that seamlessly offers a Central Reservations System (CRS), Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and loyalty solution on a single platform.
By Jason Q. Freed
In a hotel industry starved for innovation, it’s not surprising hospitality leaders on stage at the NYU International Hospitality Industry Investment Conference focused much of their attention not on real estate opportunities but instead on how technology will continue to push the industry forward.
Travel Daily News International - Hotel Rates and Bookings Continue Growth Throughout First Half of 2018
By Tatiana Rokou
For the next 12 months (May 2018 – April 2019), transient bookings are up 2.9 percent year-over-year, and ADR for this segment is up 2.8 percent. When broken down further, the transient leisure (discount, qualified and wholesale) segment is up 3.5 percent in bookings, and ADR is up 2.7 percent.
TravelClick, a leading global provider of data and revenue-generating solutions for hoteliers, today announced the Company’s new partnership with SEH United Hoteliers, Europe’s very first multi-brand hotel cooperative, to better connect its hotel customers around the world with a full range of digital services, all on one platform. SEH has over 600 properties overall, which is equivalent to about 23,000 rooms. TravelClick developed a tailor-made solution fully adapted to all the needs of SEH United Hoteliers, the European leader in the independent hotel industry.
By Matt Alderton
Hotels in North America are poised for a promising spring, according to hotel consultancy TravelClick, which this week published the results of its April 2018 North American Hospitality Review (NAHR).
By Shayne Paddock
Chief Innovation Officer / Guest Management Solutions, TravelClick
Do you remember the last time you went to your favorite restaurant, did the host give you a special table? Did your waiter bring you your favorite cocktail? When you went to get your last haircut, did the stylist remember how you like your hair done? What color you want it dyed? When you get your coffee at Starbucks each morning, does the barista on the morning shift remember your name and place your order without asking to speed you through the line? Do you ever go to your favorite restaurant and the server simply asks, “the usual”? How good does that make you feel?
By Nicole Carlino
NEW YORK—The marketing and distribution landscape in the hospitality industry is shifting. With increased competition—both in the form of nearby hotels and channels with which to reach guests—hoteliers need access to the best available data and more sophisticated tools to maximize revenue and improve performance. It’s one of the reasons why TravelClick has expanded its relationship with Google, gaining Google Premier Partner status—to help independent and small- to mid-sized hotel chains to better identify, attract and convert guests.
By Alicia Hoisington
This summer is proving to be hot for hoteliers’ bottom lines. Here’s what is driving business – and how you can cash in on the opportunities.
For the United States hotel industry, opportunities abound during summer months as hoteliers cash in on good weather and an uptick in travelers. But while last summer only offered lackluster sales, this summer’s tale is already proving to be one with a happy ending for hoteliers’ wallets.
TravelClick (“the Company”), a leading global provider of data and revenue-generating solutions for hoteliers, announced today that it has purchased Dallas-based Digital Alchemy, a Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and email marketing solutions provider for hotels and spas around the world. Terms of the transaction were not announced.