For the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, Spanish hotels are currently set to welcome more guests from outside the country than from within Spain during October, according to SiteMinder's World Hotel Index.
With tens of thousands of hotels in 150 countries, we love that every one of the properties we work alongside is different As part of our 15th birthday celebrations, below is a selection of 15 of our more unique SiteMinder customers.
Interested in starting or growing your hotel tech stack but don't know where to start? SiteMinder invited our partners OpenKey, UpStay, and GuestTouch to give examples of how hoteliers today can build their tech stack based on their individual business needs.
Sydney, Australia - To coincide with World Tourism Day and its 15th year in business, SiteMinder, the world's leading open hotel commerce platform, has released its global consumer research, The Dynamic Traveller: A New Era of Hotel Guest, which uncovers the new hotel guest that has emerged through the pandemic.
As SiteMinder turns 15, we checked in with our partner community for insights into what the future may bring Below is a selection of predictions for the next 15 years in travel from SiteMinder's global partner community.
Read up on the travel industry's newest guest segment Each year, SiteMinder's Changing Traveller Report series brings you inside the plans, behaviours and perspectives of those who journey our world. This year, in eight markets, our reports sought to uncover: The transformed appetites for travel and guest expectations The key influences on traveller decisions The .
Guesty and SiteMinder have joined forces to discuss the different travel personas that emerged from COVID-19, the different behaviors and expectations they have compared to pre-pandemic travelers, and how your PMS and channel manager technology can better help you cater to these new needs.
By Mike Ford - Founder and Managing Director, SiteMinder
While uncertainty continues to dominate headlines, there is a new constant that remains chronically underreported. Booked travel. In fact, it’s now been four consecutive months that hotel bookings globally have remained over 60% of 2019 levels.
London, UK - Hotel bookings in Portugal have exceeded their 2019 levels for the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, hitting 100.58% of 2019 levels on September 14, 2021, and on Sunday September 19 reaching 107.