Since instituting the basics of room-type pricing, hotels haven’t advanced much further than charging more for suites than they do for single rooms. Today, different room types often vary in price by a fixed-dollar amount. For example, your suites might be priced $100 more than your superior rooms; a pool villa $150 more than that. Meanwhile, insights into guest preferences — including the room types they like and much more — have become more widely available and are easier to both collect and transfer safely between systems. Yielding your different room categories should be easier than ever. There are basic room-type pricing best practices that many hotels can implement today to drive both ADR and RevPAR. Then there are advanced strategies that, with the right tools and resources in place, hotels can use to automate dynamic room-type pricing for maximum profit. Get the full story at Duetto