D-Edge's New Barometer on Hospitality Recovery Trends

D-Edge Launches the Enhanced Version of Its Online Hospitality Recovery Tracker.

France, Paris. July 29, 2020

D-EDGE Hospitality Solutions launched its first version of the Hospitality Recovery Tracker on 9 April 2020 to assist hoteliers in spotting the first/early signs of recovery so as to allocate the right resources at the right time.

D-EDGE is pleased to announce the launch of its 2nd version of the barometer with quicker data loading time, easier to use dashboard and more data information.

Everyone around the world can access this web-based D-EDGE Hospitality Recovery Tracker. No registration or download of apps are required, view via the link. There is no marketing catch to this! This is D-EDGE ‘s initiative to give back to the hospitality industry, helping the hoteliers to understand and monitor the ongoing trends in these times of uncertainty.

The barometer is built on data collected via our central reservation platform on a panel of more than 10,000 hotels (Independent and chains hotels)

Data available for viewing are:

  • Daily bookings by country or main regions/cities

  • Daily confirmed Bookings and Cancellations

  • Bookings by creation date and arrival date

  • Data by distribution channels such as Direct channel, OTAs, wholesalers and other distributors

  • Selection of domestic or international markets for 2019 and 2020.

There are many ways to engage with the Recovery Tracker to filter and view the desired data. You can select

  • one or several countries or main regions/cities

  • one or several distribution channels

  • the booking origin of either Domestic or International markets

Please refer to some examples in the images on the booking trends via the D-EDGE Hospitality Recovery Tracker.

Link to D-EDGE Hospitality Recovery Tracker: https://www.d-edge.com/hospitality-recovery-tracker/

Note to Media: Please contact Yin Yin for any specific data you may need for your article that is not available in our barometer. This request will be put forward to our data specialist.


1. Globally the Direct booking levels are still well below the 2019 level (indicated in turquoise), but Direct Bookings from 22 June are already reaching last year's volume.
2. The demand is driven by Domestic Markets. Domestic bookings volume is much higher than last year's.
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About D-EDGE Hospitality Solutions

Media Contact:

Yin Wong
Marketing & Communications Director, Asia Pacific
D-EDGE Hospitality Solutions
T: 97904185
E: yywong@d-edge.com
W: http://www.d-edge.com

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