Room Blocks and Red Flags: Exclusive Hotelier Survey

Room Blocks and Red Flags: Exclusive Hotelier Survey

MeetingsNet’s exclusive survey of hotel sales and marketing executives reveals how and why hotels are changing the way they evaluate meetings business and allocate room blocks.

Hotel sales teams evaluate your meeting business a lot differently now than they did in the years following 2008, when the economy tanked and travel of all kinds took a nosedive. With hotels looking at a lot of empty rooms, meeting planners had plenty of leverage. All of that has changed as the recovering economy has fueled demand and very little new hotel room inventory has come online. It’s the old supply and demand story, but with a couple of new twists.

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