Opinion/Editorial

12 of the World’s Most Innovative Hotels

We serve up an easy-to-swallow dose of the most forward-thinking properties making the 2019 hospitality headlines for all the right reasons…

Opinion/Editorial

How to Break Down the Great Wall of Hospitality Tech

The must-read gritty truth about the inevitable fate of hoteliers who fail to deliver a connected guest experience…

Opinion/Editorial PMS and Hospitality SaaS Customer Support is Broken

PMS and Hospitality SaaS Customer Support is Broken

Scott Moran our COO writes: ‘Property management software providers have all but forgotten what the final ‘S’ in SaaS actually stands for – ‘service’.’

Opinion/Editorial 2019 Hospitality Trends

Hospitality Trends to Watch in 2019

What’s going to make waves and drive business this year? Immersion, automation, personalisation, AI, voice, and frictionless, guest-focused experiences…

Opinion/Editorial

Why Oracle Must Hate Oracle Hospitality

Our Founder, Richard Valtr, writes about why software giant Oracle and Larry Ellison must hate their hospitality division…

Opinion/Editorial

The Pointless Stuff Hotels Still Do

Does your hotel suffer from any of these old-school traditions?

Opinion/Editorial Mews open platform

Why Open Platforms Do It Better

With today’s pace of technological change, it’s vital for hotels to be plugged into an ecosystem of products that is constantly evolving and adapting…

Opinion/Editorial

An Open Letter to the OTAs : are you the dinosaurs now?

The best companies grow by listening to their partners. It’s never too late to change…

Opinion/Editorial

Hotel Trends Transforming the Guest Experience in 2018

Future trends transforming the hotel guest experience that you should be on top of.

Opinion/Editorial

The Best of 2017

As 2017 comes to a close we wanted to look back and reflect on our fifth year at Mews and how far we have come in our mission to change the landscape of the hotel software industry. In 2012 we started as a tiny team of five passionate hoteliers and software developers punching in code […]