Archive for the ‘Hotel Property Management’ Category

How to get your hotel ready for domestic travelers

There’s a reason CNBC recently published their top 10 cities for summer staycations. As 2020 returns to some form of normality, taking a vacation in your own country is likely to be a common choice for many families. This could be fantastic news for U.S. hoteliers. The ability to tap into a growing domestic travel… (more)

Five Benefits of Switching to a Cloud-based PMS 

May 13th, 2020 Lisa Livingston Hospitality Trends, Hotel Property Management

If you have been working in hotels since the 1990’s or before it’s likely you’re using an outdated PMS system to run the property. Prior to the PMS software technology boom, it was common practice to use a simplistic reservation system to keep track of guest comings and goings. While your outdated PMS system may… (more)

How Future-Proof is Your Hotel Property Management System?

The Hotel Property Management System (PMS) is essential for guest satisfaction and business success. If, however, you’re operating a PMS that isn’t ready for the new breed of hotel guest or doesn’t embrace new hospitality technology, then it’ll quickly show its age and leave you trailing the competition. The technology available to modern hoteliers is… (more)

Manage and Streamline Your Rates Directly in roomMaster with Stayfull

March 20th, 2020 Stefano Mocella Hotel PMS, Hotel Property Management, Online Bookings

Stayfull Channel Manager ensures rate parity across all sites With OTAs continuing to emerge as a necessary ally to increase your hotel’s online presence, the need for a powerful hotel channel manager continues to grow. Research suggests that as much as 72% of independent hotel bookings are now done through a third party OTA. While… (more)

The Key Ingredients of a Powerful Channel Manager

March 5th, 2020 Mark Ellis Data Management, Hotel PMS, Online Bookings

There are so many sources of potential business for modern hotels. From the humble hotel website to the myriad of online travel agencies (OTAs) and review websites, guests can, literally, appear from anywhere. But how do you tame this vast online platform of bookings? For new and experienced hoteliers alike, channel management can be something… (more)

Valentine’s Day Ideas to Bring Out the Romance in Your Property

February 12th, 2020 Lisa Livingston Hospitality Trends, Hotel Property Management

With consumers having spent $20.7 billion on Valentine’s Day in 2019, it’s safe to say that hoteliers may be leaving a ton of money on the table when it comes to this holiday typically known for grandiose proposals, chocolates, and candy hearts. The truth is, Valentine’s Day is a great way to maximize your property’s unique… (more)

Top Five Features to Look for in a Channel Manager

January 9th, 2020 Lisa Livingston Hotel PMS, Hotel Property Management, Latest News, Online Bookings

As a hotelier it’s important to stay up to date with hospitality trends. Probably the most complicated trend and topic is that of Channel management. Our hope is that this blog will provide you with the top features to look for when choosing a channel manager, and hopefully debunk the mysteries surrounding this powerful add-on… (more)

InnQuest Software Launches Stayfull Channel Manager

December 17th, 2019 Stefano Mocella Marketing, Online Bookings

InnQuest Software is pleased to announce the launch of their Stayfull Channel Manager, a powerful hotel channel manager allowing hoteliers to manage all OTA connections directly from roomMaster. Stayfull allows roomMaster users to take their property’s online distribution to the next level and grow bookings. With the WebBook Booking Engine and now Stayfull, hoteliers can… (more)

Four Fabulous Ways to Increase Your Property’s Revenue

December 12th, 2019 Lisa Livingston Hotel Property Management

Hoteliers are some of the busiest business owners on the planet. Hoteliers often wear several hats and put out tons of fires throughout the course of just one single day at the office. But, ask a hotelier for their main goal, and I bet they’d all say, “…to increase revenue.” While this is the goal… (more)