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.
Hotels with mobile-friendly websites will move up higher in Google’s search results than hotels that don’t. Here's what you need to know about Google's latest algorithm change and some resources to help.
Known for their exceptional customer service, thoughtful amenities and dramatic renovation, the Crowne Plaza Boston-Woburn is a stand out property in a convenient location with an award winning restaurant.
Conde Nast Traveler recently came out with results from a poll asking travelers, what are the best hotels for business travel? The results featured hotels in 15 of the most popular business travel cities around the world. Included on the list is the Four Seasons Seattle, the InterContinental San Francisco, The Ritz-Carlton [...]
This is an exciting month because when you like us on Facebook, you get a chance to win great prizes that will help enhance your mobile and social visual merchandising this year! We launched our Facebook “Like to Win” contest last week, and so far we’re thrilled to see all the likes and enthusiasm pouring in from our fans.
In this Virtual Roundtable, VFM Leonardo’s President, John McAuliffe is joined by three mobile marketing powerhouses to discuss the rise of the multi-screen world and the impact on the hotel industry.
“I believe that a mobile website solution is essential for hotels, especially considering the increasing popularity and importance of mobile and local search. Now, whether it is a separate mobile site that redirects from a main site or if it’s a site with responsive design, that’s a whole other question.
Consumers are increasing the need for mobile travel websites. In 2011, mobile leisure gross bookings for hotels reached almost $2.6 billion in the U.S, representing 2.4% of the U.S online travel market.
It has been proven once again; the travel industry can learn a lot from retailers. In this case, beauty retailer Sephora ranks number one in a study of mobile websites.
Online, mobile and brand recognition is becoming increasingly important to travel consumers. In a recent study done by the eCustomerServiceIndex (eCSI) it was found that 72% of UK consumers prefer to research holidays online and 53% of consumers avoid in-store travel agents altogether.