HotelClub has put together an infographic to demonstrate just how many amazing destinations there are to choose from in Australia that are fun for the whole family.
Treovi is a hotel reservations service, conceived by industry insiders, establishing a fair sales model between hotels and their customers.
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.
Nearly half of American travelers this year plan to use mobile devices during travel as a resource, and nearly 40% of online travelers visit social networking sites to influence destination choices.
Through a hotel blog, you can promote your brand, connect with guests and provide a wealth of information about your hotel and its location.
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
The W Hotel in Times Square currently has an Instagram Photography Exhibit, a collaboration between the hotel and a photography community called Instagram NYC. The exhibit runs from May 14th through the 21st and ...
On May 5, Kings Dominion, a popular amusement park near Richmond, will be the latest place in the state to have LOVE pop up, and with it, a chance to win one of 25 season passes being awarded by the Virginia Tourism Corporation.
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.
The Jet Set Pets delivers the latest pet news, information on the hottest pet-friendly hotels and the most-up-to-date information on products for pampered pets and posh pups.
#tourismchat is a biweekly twitter chat focusing on social media in the tourism industry.
Pinterest is emerging as a platform to watch. A few brands are testing the waters and seem to be doing well, setting great examples for other organizations that may be curious.
Many airlines are now on Twitter and have pretty substantial followings. Travel 2.0 put together an infographic that provides great incite regarding how airlines are using the service.
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.
One of the platforms to watch in 2012 is Pinterest, which lets users organize things they find on the web. There could be decent potential for the hospitality industry.
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.
Royal Dutch KLM Airlines is allowing people to choose who they might sit next to on a flight by viewing other travelers’ social media profiles via a program called “Meet and Seat.”
One of the factors that makes Foursquare appealing is that it rewards users with badges for checking into places. Last week, Foursquare unveiled city badges.
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.