SherpaReviews.com helps avid travelers identify top-rated hotels, restaurants, and extraordinary things-to-do in San Diego within a visually captivating 3D multimedia view.
Le Parc Suite Hotel is holding a contest via Facebook to appoint a “Director of Pet Relations,” the dog that will receive featured placement on Le Parc’s Pet Friendly and Pet Policy Pages.
RoomKey.com is a new search engine exclusively for hotels. A team of experienced hospitality management professionals have partnered with several major hotel brands to provide this new, unique search-and-booking experience.
The Good Night Foundation is a non-profit organization that partners with leading hoteliers to raise money to support local and global programs. Since the organization began in 2008, The Good Night Foundation has raised over $367,000.
The Flip Flop Bistro is a casual dining truck at Sea Island that serves fresh, eclectic and delicious seasonal fare. They provide high-quality, portable meals in a casual, open-air, and ever-changing environment.
Starwood Hotels & Resorts Hawaii, which has 11 great properties in Hawaii, just held a Tweetup. But rather than host it at one of their properties or even on the islands, it was in Los Angeles.
Hilton Anaheim recently did an art contest to find and commission three talented muralists for the unique opportunity to have their work seen on the hotel’s newly-renovated pool area.
Hotels.com has launched a brilliant marketing campaign featuring JT Holmes booking a hotel room via his cell phone as he freefalls through the sky.
Embassy Suites Hotels is currently running an “awkward family photo” contest. Promotions like these are great because they encourage “audience” participation, and people are going to share the link around simply based on the fact it’s entertaining.
TripSketch Green Book is one of the first green travel mobile apps that allows users to download a virtual guidebook of worldwide eco-friendly hotels, attractions, restaurants and travel options.
There’s a greater sense of intimacy following a monumental event as its happening rather than simply reading about afterward. The Beverly Hilton shared William and Kate’s arrival to the Los Angeles hotel with their social media fans.
The Ritz-Carlton hotel chain is now offering destination advice via Foursquare, making it one of the growing number of luxury brands jumping aboard the geo-location, social media bandwagon.
Joie de Vivre (which means “joy of life”) strives to create innovative hospitality services and products. Their latest initiative, “Singing for an Upgrade,” transforms the standard hotel check-in process into a musical experience.
Starwood’s Preferred Guest program is a great way for frequent travelers to earn points to earn free nights at their brand hotels. Recently, this luxury hotel brand also began a Foursquare promotion offering guests additional starpoints for checking in on Foursquare.
Roger Smith Hotel is setting a stellar example of engaging consumers both in-person and online.
A behind-the-scenes tour of Cosmopolitan Las Vegas.
Bing recently created a Facebook app allowing individuals to create a “travel wish list.”
Yelp’s purpose is to connect people with great local businesses. It’s a social community where people can share experiences and review businesses that they frequent.
The Parc 55 Wyndham hotel uses Twitter and Facebook to let fans and followers know about special deals, special rates strictly for them along with San Francisco news, events and facts.
Hotels have made great strides in social media over the past few years; from Twitter to Facebook, and Foursquare and YouTube, there is no limit to how hotels can boost their online presence and increase their customer base.