Pick of the Week 67 -  Not just hotels... Google dives into the Vacation Rental Market

Pick of the Week 67 -  Not just hotels... Google dives into the Vacation Rental Market

 

Not just hotels... Google dives into the Vacation Rental Market

 

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Google is never satisfied with second place, let alone arriving to the party late! The internet giant is committed to providing travelers with the opportunity to search for and book private houses with its Hotel Finder. How will the big players in the market compete with Google’s entry into the vacation rental market?

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The future of tourism awaits you at TTG!

 

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Ready to see what the future holds for the tourism industry? 

Travel Appeal will participate in the TTG Travel Experience from October 9th to 11th at the Rimini Fiera. "Think Future" is this year’s theme. The 3-day event features debates and seminars uncovering the future of tourism and hospitality as well as analyzing new technologies and projects related to environmental sustainability. Do not miss the new edition of the Italy Destination Digital Award 2019, which will reward the Italian regions with the best online reputation.

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Food Delivery and Your Hotel Suite: The Evolution of Room Service

 

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Have you ever craved something other than what's on the mundane room service menu while pacing around your hotel suite? Ever wish you could instantly have hot pizza, sushi or tex-mex delivered right to your door? Ordering food delivery directly to your hotel room just got easier. With the increasing desire for food delivery and hotel integration, creating a partnership with food delivery companies may just be the new way to not only exceed customer’s expectations, but also to differentiate your hotel from other accommodations in the area.

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TripAdvisor and other sites suspected of censoring reviews

 

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In a recent report published by USA Today, they collected the testimonials of several users whose TripAdvisor reviews have been deleted, without explanation. Other online review sites, such as Booking.com, seem to be taking the liberty of censoring inconvenient or irrelevant comments. Are these sites at risk of tarnishing their credibility?

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