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Global eNewsletter of June 20, 2022
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Monday, 20th June 2022
 

All-inclusive resort sector: An evolved model takes center stage, Thailand lifts the ‘Thailand Pass’ registration scheme and more...

All-inclusive resort sector: An evolved model takes center stage
Monday, 20th June 2022

The all-inclusive (AI) resort sector was historically perceived by consumers as relatively inexpensive vacation options with copious amounts of mediocre food and unlimited alcohol, the sector has transformed as of late.

Driven by changes in consumer travel preferences, increased investments in infrastructure by local governments, and rising airlift to many tropical destinations, demand for all-inclusive resorts has skyrocketed.

This has resulted in the traditional hotel brands (Marriott and Hyatt, among others) entering a space that was once dominated by independent and regional chains >>

Deutsche Hospitality opens its third hotel brand in Amsterdam
20 Jun 2022 : Together with Marianne Schuurmans-Wijdeven, Mayor of Haarlemmermeer and Christian Kaschner, Managing Director of IntercityHotel GmbH, the team of IntercityHotel Amsterdam Airport officially opened the doors for business on 15 June 2022 >>

Thailand lifts the ‘Thailand Pass’ registration scheme
19 Jun 2022 : Thailand’s Centre of COVID-19 Situation Administration approved the removal of the Thailand Pass registration scheme and the compulsory health insurance requirement for foreign visitors, effective 1 July, 2022 >>

Swire Hotels switches to IDeaS for revenue solutions
18 Jun 2022 : IDeaS announced that Swire Hotels has selected its G3 Revenue Management System (RMS) to unify its group approach to revenue management across a portfolio of seven hotels globally >>

HIGHLIGHT ARTICLE

Is Expedia’s New Technology Platform 'Open World' Going to Help or Hurt Hoteliers?
Saturday, 18th June 2022

Recently Expedia introduced a new technology platform called 'Open World'.

Obviously, Expedia aims to enable demand generators like airlines, specialty tour operators and travel agencies, wholesalers, retail loyalty programs, etc. to develop customized applications based on Expedia's travel inventory availability and pricing feeds. The question is, will Expedia's new technology platform help or hurt hoteliers? >>

Going Green: Could Your Hotel Be More Sustainable?
We hear the world 'sustainable' all the time, but what does it mean? Sustainable Tourism refers to sustainable practices in and by the tourism industry >>

Are the Crypto-Rich the Hotel Sector’s Untapped Digital Goldmine?
As the hotel sector looks to claw back pandemic-induced losses, it’s clear that revenue optimisation and selling the right product to the right market at the right time, has become paramount >>

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