Hotel Booking Trends for 2016 Holiday Travel
December 14, 2016 9:46am
ORLANDO, Fla.---Tourico Holidays, the world’s fastest growing wholesale travel brokerage company, today shared its inaugural Holiday Hotel Report – offering data and trends in hotel booking behavior during the holiday season.
1. Inbound USA - Hotel bookings made weeks 1-47 to the United States for hotel check-ins between weeks 51-52 (December 19 to January 1) [2015 vs 2016 year-over-year]
2. Outbound USA - Hotel bookings made weeks 1-47 from the United States for hotel check-ins between weeks 51-52 (December 19 to January 1) [2015 vs 2016 year-over-year]
3. Top 10 Holiday Destinations with Lead Times – Top ten markets for total hotel bookings made in weeks 1-47 for check in weeks 51-52
4. YoY Bookings and ADR for Popular U.S. Cities – Year-over-year hotel bookings and average daily rates for popular U.S. cities during weeks 51-52 (December 19 to January 1)
Tourico Holidays contracts over 100,000 hotels globally and its database receives over 180,000 searches per minute – or over 250 million searches per day.
“By analyzing hotel booking behavior – including changes in prices, demand, and lead time – we’re able to provide a snapshot of the holiday travel market,” said Lauren Volcheff Atlass, Executive Vice President of Global Sales and Marketing for Tourico Holidays. “And, as usual, inbound and outbound U.S. travel during the holidays remains extremely strong.”
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Tourico Holidays is a leading global travel distribution company that contracts directly with travel providers, such as hotels, flights, cruise lines, attractions, car rentals, vacation homes and more. Tourico Holidays works on a high-volume, wholesale model to broker this inventory to over 4,900 clients in 100 countries using proprietary technology.
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