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Let your Hotel Grow

Visit our stand at World Travel Market 2019 to see our theme, “Mews Miracle Grow,” in full glory. We view our system as the nutrient that enables your organic growth.

Why Oracle Must Hate Oracle Hospitality

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

Designing a Modern PMS for the Modern Hotelier

A post in which we liken our dashboard to Boticelli and other PMS systems to the work of the Abstract Expressionists...

“Let’s ignore mobile - what’s the worst that can happen?”

This month for the first time in history, more websites were viewed on mobile devices than desktops. What advantages can you, as a hotelier take from this development?

We Upgraded our Booking Engine. You Won't Believe What Happened Next

The point about conversions online, is that they will only happen if you go out of your way not to introduce moments of doubt or data-entry fatigue (“Oh, I have to go and get my passport for this p

Hostels: the Marriage of AirBnb and Hotels?

We see the wave of professionalisation of Airbnbs upon us, and while these would-be micro-hoteliers look to get their heads around the complexities of brand-building and local regulation, we look to h

The Future of Hospitality

Where we see hospitality software moving in the near future - toward enabling human connections, rather than letting technology become a barrier in helping customers and hoteliers closer.

Drive More Conversions and Direct Bookings with Promotion Codes

Hotels can drive significantly more direct business on their booking engine, by clever usage of landing pages with customised content. Here's a quick how-to-guide to help you get going.

Urban House Takes a Step Towards Becoming a Fully Automated Hotel

At Urban House, the Mews Hospitality Cloud ensures that guests do not pass through a reception, instead, a series of messages (bots) lead them to check-in from the comfort of their phone.