Revenue Management

Life House Delivers Ultra-Luxury Hospitality with High Profitability at the Wheatleigh Hotel in The Berkshires

Since taking over management in November, Life House has increased RevPAR by 76% over the prior operator’s “Pre-COVID” performance, decreased operating expenses by 32% and increased guest satisfaction scores.
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Restaurants

Restaurant Technology Study 2021: Building the Next Normal

According to HT's exclusive research, restaurant IT budgets remain tight while strategic goals and investments acknowledge the need for innovation and meeting new customer expectations.
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Management

Best Western Hotels & Resorts Appoints Jay Hubbs VP of Advertising, Marketing, Innovation and Analytics

Hubbs will leverage his extensive experience to lead the brand’s digital advertising, media buying and co-op marketing efforts. 
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Check out our HT-NEXT 2020 Highlight Hub

Welcome to the HT-NEXT 2020 Highlight Hub, where you can explore our virtual hotel conference. Here you can visit five virtual hotel environments — pre-stay, lobby, guest room, back of house/infrastructure, on property experiences/meetings  — and watch audio tours, keynotes, interviews, and panel discussions and much, much more!

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HT Talk Podcast Series

Join HT's editors as they discusses a wide variety of tech solutions with distinguished guests on topics such as workforce management, curbside/drive-thru transaction, and contactless technologies.

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QSRs: Pivoting From Quick to Quickest

According to the National Restaurant Association’s 2021 State of the Restaurant Industry Report, 68 percent of consumers are now more likely to order takeout than they were before the pandemic. In fact, 53 percent of consumers say that takeout and delivery are now an essential part of their lifestyles. The ability to meet customer demand for efficient delivery, pickup, and drive-thru has proved essential.

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2021 Lodging Technology Study

In our 2021 study, we surveyed hotel IT professionals who together represent more than 22,000 properties worldwide. As you might expect, this study reflects adversity — most notably, the impact of COVID-19 and flat or shrinking IT budgets — but also opportunities to embrace emerging solutions.

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