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What does the future hold for bed banks?

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"According to a HotelBeds whitepaper, "bedbanks are focused on assisting hoteliers develop under-served markets and those they do not contract with directly." At least, in theory, therefore, the bedbank model should compete neither with OTAs nor with direct booking initiatives, and it should (always in theory) produce incremental revenue for hotels."

23 Hotel Cocktails To Make This Fall

Nothing goes better with crisp air and a cozy sweater than a fall cocktail. Whether your seasonal preference be pumpkin spice, sweet chestnuts or tart apples, we found Forbes Travel Guide-approved hotel bars that will help you capture those flavors in a glass.

PTM Forum | The Current State of Travel Media

The COVID-19 pandemic presents a severe threat to the entire travel and tourism industry, affecting every single sector of the industry from airlines, cruise lines and hotels to travel agents, tour operators and travel media.

Preferred Hotels & Resorts Announces Winners of Annual Awards of Excellence and GIFTTS Pineapple Award Initiatives

Preferred Hotels & Resorts - the world's largest independent hotel brand - is pleased to announce the winners of its annual Preferred Awards of Excellence and GIFTTS Pineapple Award initiatives. These awards recognize independent hotels and individual hoteliers represented within the brand's worldwide portfolio that went above and beyond in their commitment to delivering meaningful travel experiences and selfless acts of genuine hospitality to their guests and local communities in 2019.

Kimpton Fitzroy London

Kimpton Fitzroy London has opened doors to guests once again after being shut amid the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic. Located in Bloomsbury, the iconic landmark building features stunning rooms and suites, as well as the magnificent Palm Court available for all-day dining.

"We continue to have a culture and structure problem that blocks a "green recovery". I frequently hear students who work for chains say they read about sustainability initiatives on the corporate website (not a job requirement; it's a class assignment), but then do not see evidence of those commitments at their property."