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Travel Tech LATAM Online Conference Provides Hotels with Survival Strategies for Periods of Market Instability & Low Demand

Lybra - developer of the Assistant, a machine learning, demand-centric revenue management system (RMS), and HS LATAM - developer of state-of-the-art online distribution and competitor analysis solutions - are proud to announce the upcoming Travel Tech LATAM online conference, taking place October 19-23, 2020.

Mandarin Oriental, Santiago Adopts Advanced Security and Convenience Enhancing Technology by ASSA ABLOY Global Solutions

ASSA ABLOY Global Solutions has successfully implemented a wide range of advanced security access platforms at Mandarin Oriental, Santiago. Located in Chile and recognized as one of South America's most luxurious hotels, Mandarin Oriental, Santiago's decision to implement VingCard Signature RFID locks alongside VingCard elevator controllers, panic bars and Elsafe Sentinel advance safes ensures that guests and their belongings are fully protected with the latest security standards while maintaining a seamless and hassle-free hotel environment.

New SiteMinder Study Highlights An Emergent Tourism Destination In Mexico

A study released today by SiteMinder, the global hotel industry's leading guest acquisition platform, highlights the ever-growing appeal of Mexico as one of the world's 10 most-visited countries. The study, State of the Nation 2019: How Big is the Opportunity for Hotel Bookings in Mexico?, based on Euromonitor International data, shows tourist arrivals in the country increased four percent in 2018 to reach 41 million, while intermediated online travel sales rose 24 percent to MXN35 billion and are forecast to almost double in the next four years to MXN68 billion.

Is Housekeeping Moving From The Back To The Front Of The House?

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"The expectation of a cleanroom has evolved from one that is 'dust and debris free' to one that is 'germ-free'. Even a sticker seal in the door cannot ensure that trust. The value for hotels however lies in turning a guest's trust into confidence that a germ-free environment awaits them in their room."

New SiteMinder Study Reveals Economic Turmoil Is Not Holding Latin Americans Back From Traveling

Latin Americans still plan to travel this year, even if only domestically to compensate for the socioeconomic turmoil across the Latin American region, a new study has revealed. El Turismo Nacional - La Tendencia Más Fuerte en Los Países de Latinoamérica en 2019 launched this week by SiteMinder, the global hotel industry's leading guest acquisition platform, surveyed more than a thousand travelers from Mexico, Colombia, Argentina, Chile and Peru who say they continue to allocate part of their savings to travel in spite of increased costs within the region.

The global stage awaits: SiteMinder urges Brazil’s hotels to cater for tourists as arrivals jump to 7 million

SiteMinder, the global hotel industry's leading guest acquisition platform, is urging Brazil's hotels to internationalize their offering amid findings that inbound arrivals to the country have risen five percent to seven million, to support the 228 million domestic trips taken in the last year.

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