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Posted by | November 11, 2019
Easy Intro to Attribute Based Shopping

Hospitality Upgrade has published two articles that provide a simple introduction to Attribute Based Shopping and its promise and peril for hotels: Starting with key concepts: And then with...

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Posted by | January 23, 2014
Today’s 18-23 Year Old Traveler = Tomorrow’s Profitable Customer

Hudson Crossing’s most recent report focuses on the youngest group of US online adult leisure travelers, people between the ages of 18 and 23. We estimate there are 20.3 million...

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Posted by | August 23, 2013
Travelocity Throws In The Towel, Partners With Expedia

Like someone who finds themselves newly divorced and in need of getting into shape ahead of re-entering the "dating pool," Sabre Holdings, a leading travel technology, distribution, and marketing company,...

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Posted by | June 27, 2013
Previewing Our New Research Report: “Travel’s Mobile Centric Future”

Hudson Crossing is pleased to announce that the launch of our new travel industry research subscription program. Our series of reports will incorporate both proprietary consumer studies – generally large-scale...

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Posted by | March 21, 2012 Orbitz Price Assurance + Expedia Inventory = Bingo?

Tripadvisor launched a new online hotel booking site today: Dont look for it (yet) on the Tripadvisor site however - not even as a search comparison option. Tingo takes...

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Posted by | March 21, 2012
Guestmob: A New Level of Stupidity for Hoteliers?

This morning, we saw a FB posting from a good friend about a new website, Guestmob claims to offer prices "20-50%" lower than Kayak by pitting hotels "against each...

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Posted by | January 11, 2012 – Keys to the Castle for Hoteliers?, a new hotel metasearch site created by six of the largest hotel chains, launched recently. With industry vet John Davis at the helm and backing from Choice, Hilton, Hyatt, IHG, Marriott...

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