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Blue Sky Hospitality Solutions Celebrates Six-Month Anniversary with Addition of 51st and 52nd Hotels
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Blue Sky Hospitality Solutions Celebrates Six-Month Anniversary with Addition of 51st and 52nd Hotels

Officials of Blue Sky Hospitality (BSHS), one of the leading and fastest growing hotel owner/operators in the United States, today announced that the company has acquired the 220-room New Orleans Marriott Metairie at Lakeway in La., and the 615-room Long Island Marriott in Uniondale, N.Y. Advertisements “The hotel cycle is maturing, which creates growth opportunities...

Diamond PR Enters the Land of Fire & Ice
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Diamond PR Enters the Land of Fire & Ice

MIAMI, FL / LOS ANGELES, CA – June 2019 – Diamond Public Relations, a travel, tourism and lifestyle PR and social media agency, is keeping things cool with the addition of Hotel Rangá, Iceland’s premier resort, to its roster of European clients. Located in Southern Iceland and offering the best the country has to offer...

HotelREZ reports booking surge during London Tech Week
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HotelREZ reports booking surge during London Tech Week

A week after Europe’s largest festival of technology, HotelREZ, one of the world’s leading hotel representation, sales, marketing and distribution providers reports a surge in bookings generated around London Tech Week (last week). The conference took place across London and offers tech-minded businesses, entrepreneurs and students, a plethora of opportunities to learn, engage and network...

Revenue Management Roles Elevate Women in Hospitality
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Revenue Management Roles Elevate Women in Hospitality

It was no accident that the stage comprised three female hoteliers during the “Revenue Professional’s Guide to Asset Value and Profitability” session at HSMAI’s Revenue Optimization Conference on Wednesday. Advertisements Led by Kalibri Labs’ Co-Founder and CEO Cindy Estis Green, the three women suggested the importance of a revenue leader in today’s hotel has paved...

Putting The Customer First In Revenue By Sarah McCay Tams
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Putting The Customer First In Revenue By Sarah McCay Tams

Michael Heyward, Founder, Heyward Hospitality Solutions, saw the birth of hotel revenue management. Having worked in the hotel industry for more than 30 years, with experience in operations, franchising and revenue management with both independent and chain hotels in Europe and Asia Pacific, he has seen it all. Advertisements Now, he juggles his time between...

OTA Insight to Release New End-to-End Parity Solution at HITEC Minneapolis
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OTA Insight to Release New End-to-End Parity Solution at HITEC Minneapolis

OTA Insight, the cloud-based data intelligence platform for the hospitality industry, announces the newest enhancement to its Parity Insight solution. As of today, Parity Insight allows teams to fully close the loop and take control of key rate parity issues impacting hotels’ bottom line from one single dashboard. Advertisements The ground-breaking end-to-end solution will be...

How Art and Photography Are Positively Impacting Hotel Design
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How Art and Photography Are Positively Impacting Hotel Design

By Peter Blachley, owner Morrison Hotel Gallery Advertisements When you first step into a hotel, you are immediately impacted by its surroundings. From the very first look at the hotel lobby to the front desk, up the elevators, to your room, and beyond, you can instantly determine whether or not the property is well-designed, put...

Hospitality International, Inc. launches Assurance and Marketing Program (AMP)
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Hospitality International, Inc. launches Assurance and Marketing Program (AMP)

Tucker, GA 6/20/2019 — Hospitality International Inc. is pleased to announce our new Assurance and Marketing Program! (AMP) The program’s focus is to provide a more interactive relationship with our franchisees, providing expertise on topics such as revenue management, sales and marketing, quality assurance, guest satisfaction and overall business operations. Each franchisee will be assigned...

Doctors Are Always Late – The Life of a Hotel Doctor
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Doctors Are Always Late – The Life of a Hotel Doctor

At 6 p.m. on the Friday before Memorial Day, I learned that a flight attendant in Costa Mesa had a cold. I prefer not to drive 46 miles during the rush hour, so I promised to be there between nine and ten. That was acceptable. Airline crew are not demanding. Advertisements Five minutes later a...