Tourico Holidays Increases in Inbound Hotel Bookings

Tourico Holidays Shows Increase in Inbound Hotel Bookings | Tourico Holidays

Tourico Holidays Shows Increase in Inbound Hotel Bookings
An additional 6.5% increase during the first 18 weeks of this year.

Tourico Holidays today revealed encouraging numbers for the U.S. hotel industry. The travel wholesaler has seen an increase of 8 percent in overall hotel bookings for 2016, and an additional 6.5% increase during the first 18 weeks of this year (2017).

The company has noted that regardless of previously perceived issues, such as travel bans and tighter immigration policies, the overall hotel traffic continues to grow. “Especially from key source markets like China, Canada, Brazil, and the UAE,” said Matias Elisavetsky, Executive Vice President of Global Product Development for Tourico Holidays.

Additionally, in recent years Tourico Holidays has bolstered its U.S hotel inventory, specifically in California by 10 percent in 2016 and by a total of 52 percent since 2013.

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Hotels in Chinese Market Experience Considerate Growth Despite Political Turmoil in Korean Peninsula

Hotels in Chinese Market Experience Considerate Growth Despite Political Turmoil in Korean Peninsula | Tourico Holidays

Hotels in Chinese Market Experience Considerate Growth Despite Political Turmoil in Korean Peninsula
Tourico is predicting to double its business in China for this year.

“Regional political turmoil, such as the nuclear crisis in the Korean Peninsula, make the inbound China market more unpredictable this year,” said Hillary Wang, the Regional Director of Product Development in North Asia for Tourico Holidays. However, the Chinese market remains strong. As a matter of fact, Tourico is predicting to double its business in China for this year, due to increasing product demand.

Currently, Tourico has four regional offices across Asia, including Shanghai, Beijing, Shenzhen, and Hong Kong, with more than 55 local employees to support clients and suppliers.

Just last year, Tourico’s team in China managed to enlarge its number if clients by doing business with Alitrip, Tongcheng International, Mioji Travel, eLong, Tuniu, Mogutrip, Mafengwo, Lushu Technology, CNBooking, and Caissa.

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