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Hotels, restaurants respond to shifting customer base

Millennials have grown up. They are not only replacing baby boomers in the workforce, but they also are becoming an important source of business for the travel and tourism industry. Different from baby boomers, millennials are known for their chic, urban lifestyle and tech-savvy...

source: By Linchi Kwok
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The hospitality industry has always been about providing an experience. A hotel is designed to be a home away from home. This is why hotels spend so much time creating attractive spaces with functional perks.

source: Hotel Managers Group Blog

On the heels of its largest seasonal marketing campaign in history, the San Diego Tourism Authority says it anticipates significant gains in the city's tourism economy in 2014. To that end, it announced the implementation of several new programs at its annual meeting.

source: San Diego Community Newspaper Group

More than 90,000 music lovers will soon arrive in the valley. The first weekend of the Coachella Music...

source: KESQ-TV

With Facebook reducing page posts' organic reach, forcing brand managers to spend more and more in order to maintain a dynamic community on the king of social media, there are many companies outright questioning their presence on Facebook moving forward.


The way we travel is changing. And hotels are upping the ante, with technology that's as forward-thinking as your favorite airline — and, in some cases, your favorite video game.

source: The Huffington Post

Google Inc. is moving boldly to play a larger role in booking hotel rooms — at the risk of offending some of its most important advertisers. Google is adding more photos and reviews to its hotel listings, so they increasingly resemble those of travel search sites...

source: The Wall Street Journal


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