The Global Report on Food Tourism, Volume No.4 of the UNWTO Affiliate Members' series of in-depth reports explores the links between tourism and food. For many of the world's billions of tourists, returning to familiar destinations to enjoy tried and tested recipes or travelling further afield in search of new and special cuisine, gastronomy has become a central part of the tourism experience.
In this white paper, TFG Asset Management in collaboration with the Emirates Academy of Hospitality Management analyse the hospitality labour market in Dubai and identifies the main challenges facing operators in retaining elite staff.
BLLA presented this Brief History of Boutique Hotels in the official Program Guide for the 2016 Boutique Hotel Investment Conference as part of the new BLLA Media Program. It is one of several articles in the Program Guide.
As hotels have always been interesting places to test and use the latest technology, there are three areas of technology that we could see much more of in the hotel industry in the years to come: Virtual Reality, Artificial Intelligence, and Cyber Security.
The case for developing more sustainable hotel industry practices is complex and subject to ongoing debate. Many hotel owners are still reluctant to embrace green initiatives, deterred by the associated increase in capital costs and what they deem an ambiguous return on investment.
A substantial volume of IT hardware is employed by large enterprises on a global scale to run day-to-day operations. Given the current progressive pace of technology advancements, enterprises find an increasing need to upgrade the IT hardware installed to stay up with the market competition.
UK hotels continue to benefit from the improving economic and travel backdrop. So far this year, the pace of growth has been variable in London but dynamic in the Provinces, driving a bumper year in the investment market.
The hospitality industry is never static but rather shaped and driven by the dynamic, ever-evolving environment in which hotel properties operate. In order to excel and compete, hotel brands must con.
YWS Design releases its latest white paper on the Chinese millennial leisure traveler and the importance for businesses within gaming, hospitality, retail, restaurant and entertainment verticals to understand and cater to the needs of this important market segment.
Now available for download, the HeBStrategy Q2 2015 Edition covers newsworthy hospitality digital technology and marketing moments in Q1, trends to pay attention to in Q2, and the latest digital marketing best practices supported with real-world data examples across our portfolio.