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Hotel Management – 4 Winning and Losing Group Travel Trends for 2017

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By Elliot Mest

Nobody is certain about what 2017 holds for hotels, with projections for occupancy and rate ranging anywhere from near-record levels to completely flat. But one common thread throughout 2016 that is projected to continue to give the industry strength in the coming year is the group-booking sector.

Nobody is certain about what 2017 holds for hotels, with projections for occupancy and rate ranging anywhere from near-record levels to completely flat. But one common thread throughout 2016 that is projected to continue to give the industry strength in the coming year is the group-booking sector.

A report released by TravelClick in early December showed that committed group occupancy for the first quarter of 2017 is expected to increase 6.8 percent, compared to transient leisure at 6.2 percent and transient business at 4.4 percent.

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Rebuilding Hospitality: Trends in Demand, Data and Technology That are Driving Recovery

Our brand-new report “Rebuilding Hospitality: Trends in Demand, Data and Technology That are Driving Recovery” combines global hotelier insights with Amadeus business intelligence data to surface worldwide recovery trends. We dig into the specific tactics hoteliers around the world have used to navigate the challenges of COVID-19 and highlighted which trends hoteliers think are likely to stay as the industry turns a corner.