Hospitality Round-Up: How Will Travel and Hotels Change

In early April, data had suggested that nearly 80% of all hotel rooms were going empty due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It became clear that all hospitality businesses had taken a huge hit as more people sheltered in place and suspended their travel plans. With the global health crisis still at hand, the hospitality industry is far from getting back on their feet.

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Use Contactless to Enhance Guest Experience in Your Hospitality Business

Contactless payments have gained popularity in the U.S. over the last few years. Mobile wallets such as Apple Pay, Samsung Pay and Google Pay were introduced as the EMV migration was in full swing, and allowed merchants to offer their customers another secure payment method. While the adoption of this payment method in retail and restaurants has been consistently increasing, hotel and lodging businesses haven't seen much traction. Part of the reason is that most of these businesses weren’t proactive in adopting it. Why, you ask? For a couple of reasons:

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Recapturing Hospitality’s Magic Moments

There’s a magical moment in every really good hospitality experience where a customer thinks “these guys really get me”. The winning formula for anyone involved in the customer experience is that instant connection that not only seals the deal or purchase but leads to unquestionable loyalty.

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Innovative Payments Can Help Attract Adventure and Luxury Travelers

It’s been estimated that the global luxury travel market will generate $1,614 billion by 2026, and for many in the hospitality industry, this is a great opportunity for growth. To tap into the needs and desires of adventure and luxury travelers, it’s important to consider how businesses can leverage innovative payment solutions that can help make their trip planning and experience as seamless as possible.

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Enhance Your Guests’ Hotel Stay with RFID Technology

According to a report from the U.S. Travel Association, travelers spent $1.1 trillion in 2018 – $23.3 billion of which was attributed to lodging costs. With the number of travelers increasing every year, expectations for good hotel service will continue to rise as well.

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