The debate about how many brands is too many continues to rage in the hospitality industry. With big name groups acquiring more hotel brands on what seems like a daily basis, how is this conglomeration affecting the hotel industry at large? We take a look.
This may come as a surprise to some, but the answer to which hotel brand has the most projects in the United States' pipeline is aloft Hotels, Marriott International's super hip property that is largely aimed at millenial guests.
Marriott International is, of course, the single largest hotel company in the world, and now it is moving to take on Airbnb by meeting it on its home turf. That's right, Marriott Interational will soon be offering its own website in the homeshare market.
America's playground is like a Phoenix, constantly rising from the ashes. As soon as people think Vegas is over, a new hotel complex, casino or resort is announced to put the focus firmly back on Nevada's capital of sin.
Renowned hotel brand Hilton has reason for celebration, as a recent report on their first quarter earnings returned numbers that were beyond what the group had thought to achieve. 2018 and 2019 are set to be successful years for the group.
Thailand is one of the gems of the Asia Pacific hospitality market, a diverse and vibrant country with a culture unlike anywhere else in the world. In Thailand, visitors can enjoy luscious jungle landscapes, as well as one of the most dynamic urban spaces on the planet in Bangkok, where there are New York City neighborhood vibes and some of the most highly-regarded cuisine around.