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Last year we asked a selection of independent hosts and hoteliers “beside the complimentary items such as toiletries, what items from the room or your property have guests tried to take home with them? For example has anyone tried to sneak one of your fancy lamps into their case, raided your marmalade cupboard or popped one of your lovely wine glasses into their bag?”  See what they said here. And we thought we’d treat you

While the eviivo team have been working hard this year to make sure that your eviivo suite is the best it can possibly be, sometimes we take time out of the office to do some awesome stuff.  Here’s what some of the team got up to in 2017:  Commercial Manger Matt Bowkett swapped the office for Lapland! His son was granted a wish by the Rays of Sunshine charity to meet Santa himself as well

It’s looks like more and more families will be making use of independent accommodation during this years festive season. We analysed our customers data and found that forward bookings for Christmas Day were up by a staggering 111.3% from last year! So more than double the amount of people want to stay with independent hosts and hoteliers this year – which is brilliant news!  But why is this? It seems that more people are opting to

We are excited to tell accommodation providers in Normany, that eviivo and TripAdvisor are joining forces to help independent hosts and hoteliers to be more competitive online. This seminar on the 20th November 2017 in Saint-Pair-sur-Mer is called ’90’ numériques’ and has been organized by the CCI Ouest Normandy. What will you learn?  It’s all about how hosts and hoteliers can effectively manage their reviews. According to TripAdvisor, 83% of travelers will read online guest reviews

Do you make your own marmalade? If so, we’ve got the perfect competition for you! eviivo are very excited to be a sponsor at The World’s Original Marmalade Awards this year! But what are they? These quirky awards have been running since 2005 with the goal of preserving and spreading (sorry!) the traditional British custom of making marmalade. They have grown from humble beginnings to now inspire people from all over the world to participate.