Saying ‘Yes’ to Minimalist and Natural Design in Hotels

Embracing minimalist and natural design has endless opportunities. From branding to architecture, furnishings, art, amenities, menus and more, the market for guests looking for a modest place to stay during their adventure is growing. Eliminating everything with the exception of what is absolutely necessary in all aspects of the design is the concept of minimalism. […]

Make the most of restaurant analytics

The world of restaurant dining is evolving. Not only are opportunities for increased revenue occurring within the physical building itself, but with the growing use of social media, web advertising, rating sites like Yelp, Urbanspoon, TripAdvisor, and Foursquare as well as email, now there are new ways to reach a potentially untouched market.  Here, we […]

A hotelier’s guide to guest room management systems

With Artificial Intelligence and the Internet of Things largely becoming household terms, it’s no surprise that technology and technological innovations predominate our lives now. The hotel industry is no different. Apart from the basic amenities, how much technology-dependent comforts your hotel provides can actually make or break your game in today’s era. It certainly has […]

How to win your luxury guests and keep them coming back

The luxury traveller may not be a majority but is undoubtedly the one that every hotelier strives to impress. Why wouldn’t you? He contributes a vast share to the total revenue. So, catering to the affluent guest is undoubtedly a skill each one of you must hone. People’s perceptions of what makes travel luxurious are […]

Why you need a Destination Management Plan

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Creating a Destination Management Plan outside of what is usually done at the governmental or island level is beneficial for businesses in the travel market for the simple fact that the plan can be individualised to the needs of the particular business. More attention may be needed in specific areas, as opposed to others. This […]

Marketing to wanderlust: capturing the digital nomad market

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]They’re “the new rich” according to Timothy Ferris, author of remote worker Bible, The 4-Hour Workweek. Digital nomads have been hailed as the modern elite, working away behind their laptops in locales as exotic as their job titles: ‘Marketing VA’, ‘UX Researcher’ or ‘Enterprise Happiness Engineer’. Their lifestyles invite question and curiosity and just a […]