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    • Accessibility in Inclusive Tourism? Hotels Distributed Through Online Channels 

      Martín Fuentes, Eva; Mostafa-Shaalan, Sara; Mellinas, Juan Pedro (2021-04-12)
      There is a lack of comprehensive international studies on accommodations for people with disabilities; only small, local-level studies exist. This study aims to show the status of the tourist accommodation sector through ...
    • Does hotel size matter to get more reviews per room? 

      Mellinas, Juan Pedro; Martín Fuentes, Eva (Springer, 2019-06-15)
      The number of reviews on websites like TripAdvisor may improve hotel ratings and hotel rankings, which favors the perception of hotel quality. Previous studies have focused on the total number of reviews for each hotel, ...
    • Hotels that most rely on Booking.com - online travel agencies (OTAs) and hotel distribution channels 

      Martín Fuentes, Eva; Mellinas, Juan Pedro (Emerald Publishing Limited, 2018-03-22)
      Purpose The purpose of this paper is to know which hotels mostly rely on Booking.com, investigating the level of presence on Booking.com around the world by country, hotel size, hotel category and managerial form. Neither ...
    • Online travel review rating scales and effects on hotel scoring and competitiveness 

      Martín Fuentes, Eva; Mellinas, Juan Pedro; Parra López, Eduardo (Emerald Publishing, 2020)
      Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to determine whether different scales and ways to collect reviews and ratings found on online travel agencies (OTAs) can affect hotels, and whether hotels obtain the same or different ...
    • The halo effect: A longitudinal approach 

      Nicolau, Juan Luis; Mellinas, Juan Pedro; Martín Fuentes, Eva (Elsevier, 2020-05-07)
      The halo effect is a cognitive bias whereby people form an opinion about a characteristic of an attribute of a product based on their predisposition (positive or negative) toward another attribute. No formal testing of ...