Hotel Stars Ratings works

|

article image
About Hotel Star Ratings. Hotel star ratings constitute a system of ranking quality, to help consumers evaluate a hotel's amenities, luxury and overall hospitality. Such systems typically rate hotels on a five-star scale, with five indicating the best, and one (or zero) representing the worst.

Spotlight

Rickshaw Travel

We're a team of friendly experts with a passion for Meaningful Travel experiences. Based in our offices in sunny Brighton, we're open Monday - Wednesday from 8am- 7pm, Thursdays 9am- 8pm and on Fridays from 9am-5:30pm.

OTHER ARTICLES

Why tourism providers are still working on travel personalisation

Article | February 11, 2020

It should come as no surprise that even as we enter the new decade, industries such as retail and travel are seeing continued investments in digital platforms and solutions aimed at delivering hyper personalisation. The reason is that millennials have risen in purchasing power, becoming the dominant driver of business and growth. Any business that market its products or services to this audience must adapt and develop innovative approaches to address dramatic shifts in customer behaviour, as well as the demands for mobile and social media.

Read More

FlightHub & JustFly on robots and travel

Article | February 11, 2020

Over the past decade the travel industry has seen waves of technological trends: mobile booking, voice search, augmented reality, and more. The use of robots in travel is one such trend. It’s changing the way people travel and taking the world literally by storm. The potential impact of robots on the tourism and hospitality sector can’t be understated. Chatbots, programmable suitcases, and security bots are a few examples of how robots may be changing the way travelers navigate the globe forever. FlightHub and JustFly discuss why robots are a technological trend the travel industry should look forward to.

Read More

Travel Trends 2020 — Technology

Article | February 11, 2020

Technology’s a double-edged sword, and it will just get sharper. On one hand, it’s wonderful to have a complete toolbox in one hand (camera, photo library and editor, tickets and itinerary, currency converter, maps and navigation) and access to the wider online world. On the other, it will become even more a DIY world. Not connecting to the cloud? Well you’ll have to Google the issue and fix that. Contacts not loading? Same. Check in online, get to the airport, fix your bag tags and put them on the belt. Tech will become better and more frustrating all at the same time in 2020 and beyond.

Read More

The best guess for the future of travel is just a guess

Article | February 11, 2020

Over the past few days, I've looked at a few dozen travel industry predictor graphs, from a number of very credible sources. Below, I've compiled them all onto one graph to create the last predictor you need to understand for the next few weeks. I can say with almost certainty that one, or a combination of these is going to be quite accurate. What’s the point here? The point here is that there is no point. Nobody knows what will happen next week, never mind three years from now.

Read More

Spotlight

Rickshaw Travel

We're a team of friendly experts with a passion for Meaningful Travel experiences. Based in our offices in sunny Brighton, we're open Monday - Wednesday from 8am- 7pm, Thursdays 9am- 8pm and on Fridays from 9am-5:30pm.

Events