If you want to shift your guests to book directly and save you on commission contact us and we will guide you through the whole process.
Year after year, revenue management is becoming more important cornerstone of running successful and profitable hotel.
Revenue management refers to the strategic distribution and pricing tactics you use to sell your property’s inventory to the right guests at the right time, to boost revenue growth.
We always measure hotel revenue management by different segments and what are they willing to pay and the only way this is done is by monitoring supply and demand of your hotel rooms. The only way you will base great strategy for your hotel is to have fluid hotel prices which means they will change from day to day. This is the strategy that customers understand as well.
When revenue management is implemented correctly and effectively, it will drive your business plan.
For decades now, usual and normal business plan in hotel revenue includes your inventory to be sold through Online Travel Agents. We are here to show you how to shift your bookings from OTAs to getting guests booking directly with the hotel. So, instead to pay commission from 15 to 25 even 30%, you should incentivise your guests to book directly over the phone, email or an official website where the cost of a booking is only 5-7%.
That way, hotels not only save on commission, but get a more direct and personal relationship with guests.
Matea started in hospitality very early, in high school. Working her way up from housekeeping to Sales Manager position. She worked with high luxury hotel brands like Kempinski, Starwood and Marriott and now working for a prominent Irish hospitality group for 3 luxury Galway (Ireland) properties. She is also working as a Sales consultant for startups.
She is an expert in revenue management with an extensive knowledge of the travel market and experience in book direct campaigns. Reducing OTAs and driving direct bookings are on the top of her TO DO list. She will be collaborating with us on projects in hospitality.