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How Paris Takes Luxury Hotels to a New Level

October 19, 2017

By: Neasa MacErlean When the rich and famous head to Paris, there are a select few addresses that their chauffeur-driven cars whisk them to. These are...

Why Hotels Are Getting Serious About Relaxation and Wellbeing

October 16, 2017

By Natasha Stokes With physical and mental wellbeing a top priority for growing numbers of people, many don’t like to leave their healthy habits at...

Modern Hospitality: Striking the Right Balance Between High-Tech and Human

October 5, 2017

By Natasha Stokes From iPad ordering to robot concierges, technology is automating many aspects of dining and hotel experiences – and freeing up...

The Dynamic Dozen: The Growing Hotel Markets with Big Potential

September 28, 2017

Emerging cities across Asia and the Middle East are fast becoming the new lands of opportunity for investors and developers within the hotel industry. Their...

Can Saudi Arabia Build a Popular Tourist Destination?

August 31, 2017

By Neasa MacErlean Tourism in the Middle East has long been dominated by the high-end resorts in Dubai, Egypt and Jordan yet they could soon have a new...

Which Cities are the Rising Giants of the Hotel Industry?

August 29, 2017

When it comes to competition among the world’s top hotel markets, it’s going to take a lot to rival London and Paris. These two long-term...

Business Model Innovation: Beyond the Traditional Way of Innovating in Hospitality

August 24, 2017

By Margarita Cruz and Nicole Rosenkranz Innovations form a significant backbone to an organization’s ability to secure a competitive advantage....

How Hotels Are Turning Day-Trippers Into Overnighters

August 22, 2017

Many travelers in the U.S. never set foot in a hotel during a business or leisure trip – even when it’s several hours away from home. It’s...

Why Affordable Luxury Hotel Brands are Heading to Asia

August 14, 2017

By Serene Lim Yotel and CitizenM might be better known in Europe and the United States but it won’t be long before they become familiar brands in...

Why Pop-Up Hotels Are In Fashion

June 30, 2017

By Laura Agadoni  Staying in an air-conditioned luxury shelter at a music festival or a bespoke yurt in the Andes seemed like a distant thought even...

How Boutique Hotels are Delivering Their Own Brand of Luxury

June 19, 2017

By Maggie Nichols Travelers searching for a luxurious hotel stay don’t have to look far in cities like New York, Chicago and San Francisco. Hotels...

Why Good Food is Increasingly on the Menu at Hotels

April 27, 2017

By Natasha Stokes Hotel restaurants are shedding their stuffy image, thanks to forward-thinking hoteliers who hope to attract food-savvy travelers with...

Data Centers Prepare for Tomorrow’s Zettabytes

March 9, 2017

Whether we’re watching a live video stream of a corporate update from our desks, managing a corporate photo database while flexi-working or settling down...

Why Prefab Building Methods Stack up for Hotels

March 3, 2017

By Natasha Stokes Once the hallmark of budget hotel chains, modular construction is emerging as an efficient, low-waste technique for boutique and big-name...

Close to Home: Why U.S. Investors Want U.S. Hotels

March 1, 2017

by Laura Agadoni  If 2016 was all about overseas money flowing into the U.S. hotels sector then 2017 could well be the year of the domestic investor....

Bringing the Past to Life: The Future of Heritage Tourism in the U.S.

February 24, 2017

The excitement of amusement parks, interactive museums and ever-expanding zoos and aquariums has overshadowed heritage sites—but experiential technology...

What is the Outlook for Asia Pacific Hotel Investors in 2017?

February 22, 2017

​​​Hong Kong, February 2017 - A report released by JLL Hotels & Hospitality Group reveals the flurry of mergers and acquisitions seen in 2016,...

International Hotels Expand Their Footprint in India

February 16, 2017

By Natalie Holmes International hotel groups are boosting their presence in India, with big name brands set to open numerous properties across the country in...

Three Ways Technology is Making Waves in Construction

February 14, 2017

By Kelsey Burgess  From the drones buzzing round capturing footage of building sites to the latest computer software enabling ever closer...

Has South America’s Hotel Industry Weathered the Storm?

January 16, 2017

Recent years have been hard on hoteliers in many South American cities. Falling prices for commodities such as oil and gas, currency devaluations and...

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