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Fini les formalités à la réception chez Accor

Fini les formalités à la réception chez Accor | Information about Hospitality | Scoop.it

Le groupe hôtelier Accor (Sofitel, Pullman, MGallery, Novotel, Suite Novotel, Mercure, Adagio, ibis, ibis Styles, ibis budget and hotelF1) semble précurseur dans ce domaine avec l'annonce de...


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Club Med : revenir aux fondamentaux

Club Med : revenir aux fondamentaux | Information about Hospitality | Scoop.it
Au début des années 2000, le Club Med a possédé jusqu’à 180 villages. Ils ne sont plus aujourd’hui que 77. L’action a valu jusqu’à...

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Francis Fiesinger Pro's curator insight, August 25, 2014 3:10 AM

une nouvelle stratégie de « premiumisation », ciblant non plus une élite (des chalets Club Med de 3 pièces sont actuellement loués plus de 25.000 euros la semaine), mais le segment supérieur du marché de masse
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10 things to know: Industries affecting hotels

10 things to know: Industries affecting hotels | Information about Hospitality | Scoop.it
Experts from outside—and within—the travel sector shared insights on how their respective industries affect hotels.

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La France est-elle vraiment la première destination touristique mondiale ?

La France est-elle vraiment la première destination touristique mondiale ? | Information about Hospitality | Scoop.it
Malgré ses 84,7 millions de touristes, la France n'est pas le leader incontestable du tourisme mondial, car beaucoup de ses visiteurs ne font que passer.

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Francis Fiesinger Pro's curator insight, August 19, 2014 5:50 AM

malheureusement pas en recettes ! 

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Six Secrets from Google’s BrandLab

Six Secrets from Google’s BrandLab | Information about Hospitality | Scoop.it

No matter how carefully calibrated, it’s challenging for the machinery of a large corporation to make a brand sound cool to a 20-year-old. To meet this challenge, marketers are opening their brands to customers and discovering ideas that could never come from inside their office walls. In this new paradigm, brands need to open the door. Kim Larson, a brand building expert at Google’s BrandLab, works with more than 100 global brands each year. They share their fears, failures, goals and successes. As part of the Engagement Project, she shares how letting go can lead to new, more rewarding relationships.

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Frédéric Pressac's curator insight, March 10, 2015 6:38 AM

Frédéric Pressac

Consultant Web Marketing

Tel: 0678035284

Mail: thetafred@gmail.com

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Insights from the Google Travel team

Insights from the Google Travel team | Information about Hospitality | Scoop.it
Richard Holden, who heads Google's product teams in travel, likes the company's progress, and now is focused on filling gaps in flight and hotel content.
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Cosmores.com's curator insight, July 29, 2014 7:32 AM

Looking at the history of how Google has done acquisitions, for the most part they are often small, tactical acquisitions that help us from a purely development standpoint. I wouldn’t say that we are looking at anything in particular. Some people looked closely at what we were doing with Room77. For us that was more about particular talent that we could bring to our hotels team, which is really more of an indication we are committed to the space, and we want good engineering talent within the team and we want to build that out. I wouldn’t say there is anything in particular we are looking at.

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Thou must have a responsive website, or do you really?

Thou must have a responsive website, or do you really? | Information about Hospitality | Scoop.it

A recent Econsultancy report was specifically concerned with the industry’s apparent languid approach to responsive websites, given the rise in mobile transactions and the rapid growth rate in the global ownership of tablets. 

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Beautiful, Futuristic Hotel Designed To Cope With Rising Sea Levels

Beautiful, Futuristic Hotel Designed To Cope With Rising Sea Levels | Information about Hospitality | Scoop.it

The Maldives may be swallowed up by rising sea levels in the future, but the architects at Deep Ocean Technology will build an underwater hotel to house its inhabitants. 

Called ‘The Water Discus’, this futuristic hotel has two circular discs which will house its 22 rooms, along with a restaurant, spas and lounges. 
The structure above ground will be connected to the structure below via a staircase and an elevator, where a bar and a diving center will also be located. 


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Jourdan Sumithio's curator insight, August 13, 2014 1:58 AM

What an awesome idea of giving tourists/travellers an unforgettable experience as they never experienced before. Great concept, design, and ideas for this hotel, however they may need to add up the capacity in the following future to add up more than 22 rooms. Overall the facilities they offered to tourists/customers are simply great, which allow people to enjoy the view around hotel as it's located at beautiful Maldives area. Maldives is well known as a dream destination place and a must visit at least once in life. By showing this brilliant and promising idea is a greater way to attracts more people to support and visit this hotel. However a reasonable price and good service are needed to keep the hotel's reputation rising in a further future.

Phuong Nguyen's curator insight, September 16, 2014 2:19 AM

This hotel is designed to cope with rising sea levels in Maldives. The concept of the hotel is very original compares to other underwater hotels. Based on the beautiful images, I believe in the future, this hotel will attract a lot of leisure guests who want to come for new experiments. This hotel is very suitable for adventurous people who want to organise a party or conference under water. However the owner of the hotel should carefully consider the impact of this hotel on the sustainability of the ocean and the safety of the construction.

Nguyen Quang Thai's comment, October 6, 2014 9:18 AM
It is great for building undersea hotels. It is a really creative idea for giving the visitors the pretty new experiences and beautiful views. In addition, there are many activities for people such as having a wedding under the beach, swimming at the early morning or watching the sea creatures. People could also have a great sleep because of its peaceful and quiet. For the facilities, the number of rooms should be improved due to the over demand. In addition, the undersea hotels could cause the pollution for the sea environment and threating the habitant of sea creatures. Therefore, they have to have a plan to protect the environment and sea creatures. On the other hand, there are many risks for staying under sea. As some nature disasters like tsunami, storm or some hit of big creatures like shark, people could get disturb and afraid. So, they should have an alarm, for example, to ring if there is a tsunami coming or having some nets to stop the big creatures far away. Lastly, glass cleaning is really important. As people staying, they do not want to see some moss stick in the glasses. Therefore, the hoteliers should be awareness in order to use some special glasses or have a way protect the wall.
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Master Social Media Marketing for Startups in Under 4 Hours [Infographic]

Master Social Media Marketing for Startups in Under 4 Hours [Infographic] | Information about Hospitality | Scoop.it
Social media, if used properly, is one of the best marketing channels and a powerful tool for the customer acquisition. The amount of blog posts written about social media and entire blogs dedicated …

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Marc Kneepkens's curator insight, August 25, 2014 7:13 AM

MInd boggling numbers, and a whole lot of information.

malek's curator insight, August 25, 2014 7:59 AM

 A bunch of the most successful  startups are actively using social media  to gain an edge.Instead of shelling out millions of dollars for a Super Bowl ad, these small companies fight to generate buzz by creating viral content and encouraging shares and likes.

Once a product or service becomes the one everyone is talking about, customers gravitate toward it, eager to learn more.

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The 6 Critical Types of Social Media Comments You Must Plan For

The 6 Critical Types of Social Media Comments You Must Plan For | Information about Hospitality | Scoop.it

Potential for damage in social media comes from the unknowable scenario, the wild card. What are the key types of social media comments you must plan for


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Huntbnb lets landlords, neighbors find Airbnb listings

Huntbnb lets landlords, neighbors find Airbnb listings | Information about Hospitality | Scoop.it
Airbnb is coy about the locations of its listings for temporary rentals. It shows them on a map with non-pinpoint accuracy. Users get the exact address only after confirming a booking.
That frustrates some folks who want to know who’s offering spaces for short-term visitors, such as landlords who bar subletting or neighbors concerned about an influx of non-residents in their building.
Now two software guys have created a website called Huntbnb that lets people enter exact addresses and see whatever Airbnb listings are in close proximity. Once they have a small subset to sort through, they are likely to be able to recognize places simply from the photographs included with each listing. ...

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The OTA Billboard Effect by Darlene Rondeau of Leonardo

The OTA Billboard Effect by Darlene Rondeau of Leonardo | Information about Hospitality | Scoop.it
Everyone seems to be weighing in on whether or not the infamous “billboard effect” still exists and to what extent. I believe it's getting stronger.
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Frédéric Pressac's curator insight, March 10, 2015 6:38 AM

Frédéric Pressac

Consultant Web Marketing

Tel: 0678035284

Mail: thetafred@gmail.com

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Making your hotel website's purpose clear

Making your hotel website's purpose clear | Information about Hospitality | Scoop.it

Conversion is king when it comes to web presence within the hospitality vertical. The more matter-of-fact way of saying it is, putting heads in beds.

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Hotel marketers share success stories

Hotel marketers share success stories | Information about Hospitality | Scoop.it
Simple campaigns prove to be some of the most impactful, according to HNN’s marketing virtual roundtable.
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The End of Exact Match Keywords: What Does It All Mean?

The End of Exact Match Keywords: What Does It All Mean? | Information about Hospitality | Scoop.it
Google announced that exact match keywords are changing and we look at how this will affect advertisers.
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SaviOne, le robot qui assiste le personnel hôtelier dans ses tâches quotidiennes

SaviOne, le robot qui assiste le personnel hôtelier dans ses tâches quotidiennes | Information about Hospitality | Scoop.it

SaviOne est un robot autonome utilisé dans les hotels de luxe pour livrer les commandes room-service des clients. Cet objet connecté décharge le personnel des tâches les moins importantes auprès des clients.

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