Lilitab just released this infographic on the growth of iPad kiosks in the hospitality industry.
Wedding registries are beneficial for both couples and venues as couples can register for wedding components rather than household items they don’t need, and the venue gets advertising.
Social networks continue to have a rising influence on travel. This infographic from highlights some significant figures related to how reviews, website traffic and travel decisions are all affected by social networks.
Pfister Hotel’s Narrator program involved the hotel hiring a “writer-in-residence” to spend time in the hotel’s lobby, speak with visitors and guests and share their stories on the Pfister’s blog
Through social media, cruise lines are able to reach a segment of the population that has definite financial potential.
Plan a trip to some exotic destination where your teen-age kids can indulge in some adventure and fun activities. This effort to bridge the gap between the two of you will be certainly appreciated by your kids and assist in strengthening the relationship.
Hotels.com, the leading authority on destination travel for consumers searching for hotel deals, amenities and availability, announced today the launch of its Deals Facebook app, which delivers tailored deals that are informed through user preferences and friend activity.
Before Facebook and Twitter, families traveled based on limited resources. For adventurous people who love to explore, they took on the tasks of researching the destinations that might seem to fit their interests. They would also have to make sure all the accommodations were appropriate for their family, which usually resulted in a lot of phone calls and wishful thinking.
Travel + Leisure has announced the winners of its first Social Media in Travel + Tourism Awards (SMITTYS). The 28 winners were selected by a panel of social media and travel industry pros