Every week we post hundreds of stories across various sectors in travel, connecting the dots across various global trends, and in these weekend posts we highlight the stories that tackle these trends. This one looks at top hospitality trends.
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>> TripAdvisor isn’t the only site in town with hotel reviews: Hotels Respond to Bad User Reviews on TripAdvisor More Than on Expedia
>> Two sectors of the sharing economy collide: HomeAway Integrates Gogobot, Uber and Instacart Into Mobile Services
>> It’s no longer about having the most tech in rooms, it’s how to accommodate all the tech guests bring themselves: Interview: La Quinta’s CEO on Giving Guests What They Want
>> See what hotels have to say about getting a hospitality graduate degree: The Double-Edged Sword of the Hospitality Graduate Degree Debate
>> Consumer-facing and back-end technology go hand in hand: Interview: Wyndham Worldwide CEO on Listening to Guests’ Needs
>> Hotels get more aggressive with their content: Skift Forum Video: Behind Marriott’s New Plans to Connect With Guests Through Content
>> Making sure hotel Wi-Fi networks are secure is a work in progress at many properties: Malware Invades High-End Hotels’ Wi-Fi to Spy on Traveling Executives
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Photo Credit: HomeAway is evolving and now view its mission as supplementing distributing vacation rentals for owners with providing local offerings such as Instacart grocery services to improve the guest experience. Instacart
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