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Disclosing the Secrets of Success in Luxury Hospitality

Part 1 of a two-part interview series with author, journalist, and luxury hospitality expert Rahim B. Kanani. The world’s fascination with luxury hospitality doesn’t appear to be waning. And why should it? Luxury hospitality is currently in the throes of reinventing itself, and it’s exciting to watch. Not only is the (self-proclaimed) “7-star” hotel now […]

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Why Hotel Star Categories Aren’t the Same in All Countries

Is a 4-star hotel experience in Italy the same as a 4-star hotel experience in the US?

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10 Ways to Boost Productivity for Efficient Hotel Management

Looking for ways to boost efficiency while improving your guest experience?

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The Room Amenities That Matter Most to Your Hotel Guests

The quality and availability of basic room amenities can make or break the guest experience. Give guests exactly what they want—only better.

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The Inexpensive Hotel Amenities That Luxury Guests Now Want Most

“Luxury has to redefine itself to stay relevant. By 2022, two-thirds of luxury hospitality will be experience based.” This forward-looking statement, given by the president of the International Luxury Hotel Association (ILHA), Barak Hirschowitz, and published in ITB’s 2017/2018 trend report, speaks to a major transformation in what we know as luxury hospitality. Today’s affluent […]

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trivago Awards 2018: Interview with Award-Winning Hoteliers Caroline and Jonathan Kaye

Last November, trivago revealed the hotels that travelers all around the world consider to be the very best — the winners of the trivago Awards 2018. These awards are our chance to recognize the top hotels by country, in six categories: 3-star hotels, 4-star hotels, 5-star hotels, Alternative accommodations, Value for money and Chain hotels. In […]

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trivago Awards 2018: Interview with General Manager of AmishView Inn & Suites, Jennifer L. Buchter

In today’s world, travelers can choose from an enormous range of accommodation options and offers. They compare prices, look at reviews, and pick the hotel that meets their requirements. Hotel guests then leave reviews and ratings online about every aspect of their experience. Last November, trivago revealed the hotels that travelers all around the world consider […]

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Global Webinar: Defining Your Hotel’s Online Reputation

Registration for this exclusive free trivago-Tnooz webinar is now open. Click here to register to attend on  11 January 2018. We’re joining forces with Tnooz once again, this time to tackle the complex and urgent matter of online reputation for hotels. A hotel’s reputation is now built up or torn down online. In a world of review […]

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The trivago Awards 2018: Who’s in the Running?

This month, trivago will reveal the hotels that represent the very best of hospitality. A leading global hotel metasearch and an independent source of hotel information, trivago uses the trivago Rating Index (tRI) to help travellers immediately gauge a hotel’s reputation. A comprehensive and reliable index of hotel ratings, the tRI aggregates millions of guest […]

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The Top 5 Breakfast Items That Hotel Guests Want

Does your hotel breakfast have all the right stuff to satisfy your guests?

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