5 Ways to Increase Direct Bookings

Online travel agencies (OTAs) are here to stay. And that’s okay; when used well, they can be an extremely valuable marketing tool. But no matter how successful your partnerships with OTAs are, you should never neglect opportunities to boost direct bo ...

The Jack London Lodge

Located in the heart of Sonoma Wine Country in Glen Ellen, California, The Jack London Lodge is a 22-room hotel that offers amenities such as an outdoor pool, free breakfast, a restaurant and bar and free WiFi. The lodge has chosen to use our cloud-based  ...

Johnston Canyon Lodge & Bungalows

Located in beautiful Banff National Park in the Canadian Rockies, Johnston Canyon Lodge and Bungalows has been welcoming guests since 1926 and is just a 20 minute drive west of Banff, Alberta on the scenic route to Lake Louise, Alberta. The lodge offers 4 ...

What to Look for when Purchasing a New PMS

Running a lodging operation is a complicated task involving a lot of moving parts. Hoteliers must manage reservations, communicate with guests, and oversee staff—among numerous other tasks. The right property management system (PMS) can alleviate a l ...

The Caboose Motel

Located just minutes from downtown Durango, Colorado, The Caboose Motel & Gift Shop is a small family owned property that offers comfortable guest rooms including some with kitchenettes. The property is dog-friendly and provides free WiFi. The Caboose ...

Seaport Village Inn

Located in Avalon, California, on Catalina Island, the Seaport Village Inn, Avalon is just a short walk from shops, restaurants and the beach. Accommodation is provided in 40 guest rooms, including many with full kitchens. The Seaport Village Inn has just ...

The Whaler’s Inn

The Whaler's Inn, Mystic CT is nestled in the heart of a maritime village and offers boutique accommodations with historical charm. The property consists of five adjacent buildings with 48 curated rooms and suites and inn amenities include an award-winnin ...

Location First Marketing: A Hotelier’s Guide

It used to be that location was the most important factor for a business’ exposure (and therefore success). Whether it was a hotel or a boutique, being visible was necessary for winning customers. Then the internet happened. Suddenly, people could fi ...