Geopolitical turmoil impacts the tourism industry both directly and indirectly. While Texas is relatively unaffected by recent conflicts, there are reasons to stay vigilant.
Mid-market, or ‘Premium Economy’ hotels are on the rise. In the past, hotels have been been categorized as either luxury or budget hotels, but with the growing demands and desires of travelers wanting more comfort and amenities without extravagant spending, many hotels are finding a sweet spot in the middle.
Property taxes are a major line-item expense for hotel owners, and the Texas legislature was primed to take up property tax relief this year.
Chatbots are computer programs that can help hotels improve their customer experience and reduce costs and workloads on human customer service representatives
The hospitality industry is particularly vulnerable to the effects of climate change. Rising sea levels threaten coastal resorts and hotels, snow melt affects mountain destinations, heat, and drought are changing eco-tourism.
The digital marketing landscape changes constantly and the perpetual motion of digital media can make it hard to find your footing. Here are some recommendations for how hotels can utilize better UX, VR and AI
The historic $18 billion tax cut is funded from the state’s budget surplus, and it will have a substantial positive effect on Texas lodging property owners.