Stuart is a freelance journalist, copywriter and media developer with over 10 years' experience in communications. His passion for travel and tourism has seen him work with high-profile clients like South African Tourism, Fodor's Travel Guides, City Sightseeing, The Grand Daddy Hotel, Collection McGrath, Kruger Lowveld Tourism and the Gauteng Tourism Authority.
Lara is an avid photographer, blogger, and Content Marketing Specialist at GuestRevu. Her focus is on bringing the latest hospitality news and trends to hoteliers and encouraging guest satisfaction.
Sarah is a Copywriter and Digital Marketing Specialist at GuestRevu. She is dedicated to hospitality news and trends affecting hoteliers and their guests.
What do your guests experience when they visit your property? Every hotelier likes to think that they have in-depth insight into the value that they offer, what their guests want and look for in a stay, and how they are able to meet those expectations.
A day in the life of a hotel manager is no walk in the park. In fact, some days it can feel more like a choose your own adventure story, with every move you make having far-reaching consequences, and the choices that will leave everyone involved happy seeming few and far between.
Reviews from hoteliers and recommendations from hospitality technology providers and consultants have seen GuestRevu win two categories of the prestigious HotelTechAwards for the second year in a row
Depending on who you ask, the future is somewhere between impossible and very difficult to predict, but you don't have to have a crystal ball to look into what 2020 holds for the hospitality industry
Some people love them, others detest even the thought of them, but whichever side of the fence you sit on, there can be no denying that communal spaces are gaining in both popularity and profitability.
Cape Town, South Africa: Hospitality professionals and technology providers from across the continent came together at the fourth annual THINC Africa conference in Cape Town on Friday, 15 November, to discuss and explore the exciting future of tourism and hospitality in Africa.
They're the stuff of hospitality professionals' dreams and nightmares: glowing reviews that praise what you've got to offer, while the threat of fake reviews looms in the background.
And that's a wrap! The 40th World Travel Market trade show has come to a close in London, leaving scores of enlightened hoteliers and service providers in its wake.
Gone are the days of pen and paper review cards, manually entering guest data and an entire IT team on-hand to deal with any technical PMS issues (well, those days are disappearing quickly at any rate).
A glowing review is always great, but when accompanied by a perfect picture that captures the essence of what you offer, it's practically gold. While accommodation providers offer an experience that is, at its heart, made up of the idea of comfort or luxury, restaurant guests have the unique opportunity to capture exactly what yodelicious, wholesome and beautiful food.