A German court has ruled parity clauses from hotel specialist HRS are anti-competitive, paving the way for similar decisions on other online intermediaries. Read More »
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Navarino's Technology Partner, Sabre Hospitality Solutions is set to transform hotel experience for travellers with new SynXis Enterprise Platform
Navarino's Technology Partner, Sabre Hospitality Solutions is set to transform hotel experience for travellers with new SynXis Enterprise Platform.
Sabre Corporation announced the launch of the SynXis Enterprise Platform, an integrated hospitality technology solution that will unlock unprecedented value and profitability for hoteliers by helping them personalize the guest experience as well as transform hotel operations, distribution and marketing systems.
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Monday, October 20, 2014
Dozens of Conservatives MPs are calling on George Osborne to cut VAT on hotels and tourist attractions as fears rise about the advance of the UK Independence party in coastal constituencies at the general election.
The Cut Tourism VAT campaign, supported by 87 MPs, has called for value added tax to be reduced from 20 per cent to 5 per cent, bringing the UK closer to other European countries.
VAT on hotel stays is charged at 6 per cent in Portugal and 7 per cent in Germany. In the Netherlands and Belgium the rate is 6 per cent in hotels and theme parks. Read More »
Friday, September 05, 2014
Hotels in eight out of 12 UK cities included in the Hotel Bulletin for Q2 2014 achieved revenues per available room (revPAR) above pre-recession levels.
Aberdeen, Bath, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds, Manchester and London outperformed their 2008 results in the second quarter of this year, while Cardiff reached the same levels.
Belfast, Birmingham, Liverpool and Newcastle were still below 2008 levels despite revPAR growth in all cities. Read More »
Wednesday, August 27, 2014
UK hotels enjoyed high occupancy and average room rate in July, according to the latest
figures released by accountancy firm BDO LLP.
Occupancy in the regions grew by 2.9 per cent to 82.8 per cent thanks to the extra visitors
brought by the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow and the British Open in Liverpool.
Average room rate in the regions also increased by 11.7 per cent, to £62.56 bringing room yield to £51.79, up 14.9 per cent on last year. Read More »
- HRS loses rate parity appeal, calls for unified approach
- Navarino's Technology Partner, Sabre Hospitality Solutions is set to transform hotel experience for travellers with new SynXis Enterprise Platform
- Tory MPs urge George Osborne to cut VAT on hotels and attractions
- Hotel revPAR reaches pre-recession levels
- Occupancy and ADR rise in July
- Cut Tourism VAT Campaign hits Westminster
- 2014 Business Travel Survey: GDS booking volumes still rising
- As tablets and smartphones proliferate, online travel bookings shift to mobile
- GDS Bookings and rates continue to deliver increased revenue throught Q1 2014
- Hotels must fix rate parity as survey shows guests save 15% through OTAs