Topic: Alternative Accommodations
In Airbnb’s 11 years of operation, it has substantially changed guests’ expectations from hotels. Here’s what today’s travelers are looking for.
The technology-powered apartment-hotel brand now has more than 2,000 rooms in its portfolio.
WhyHotel has opened its first West Coast office to support a new division dedicated to bringing its pop-up model to buildings on a permanent basis.
Parallel to Airbnb's rise, alternative hospitality models like student accommodations and hostels are gaining ground.
Oliver Winter, CEO of A&O Hotels and Hostels, will discuss hostels, serviced apartments, resorts, co-living, co-working, extended-stay, student accommodations and more.
Some common themes of recent revenue-management trends center on changing consumer preferences and technology acting as both an obstacle and enabler.
As customer tastes shift, traditional hotel companies have to adapt or die. Are they?