Last week Leonardo hosted our first ever Hackathon; an opportunity for our employees to work together to build and pitch fresh ideas to help solve business challenges.
Mobility is significantly changing the way people research and book travel. Furthermore, hotels with a mobile-friendly website will now move higher up in Google search results than hotels that don’t. So if you don’t have a mobile website yet, it’s most certainly impacting your bottom line. The stats no hotelier can ignore.
Video is a great way to show off the space and overall vibe of your property in a dynamic way. Learn how to make a professional hotel video without breaking the bank.
Adding a shopping cart to your hotel website for additional products and services is a great way to generate ancillary revenue. Get inspiration from these hotels thinking outside the box and using their website as an e-commerce tool.
Check out these six hotel websites to draw inspiration from. Can you “borrow” any of these ideas to make your own website stand out to travel shoppers?
Charlie Osmond from Triptease discusses how OTAs are responding to the push by hotels to drive more direct bookings, and why the upcoming Direct Booking Summit is so timely.
Anatoly Polyakov, Owner of Heart of the Village Inn, shares his experience building a mobile website for his property, and the benefits he has seen since doing so.
By the end of 2016, Skift predicts that over half (51.8%) of online travel bookings in the US will come from mobile devices. So if you don’t have a mobile website for your hotel, then you’re missing out serious revenue. Here’s a quick recap from our latest webinar, “How to Build a Mobile Website That Converts.” Watch it on-demand to learn more.
Now over halfway through 2016, we look at which articles are trending on the Leonardo blog so far this year. See which topics are resonating the most with hotel marketers.