Devonport Waterfront Hotel Sold for AUD40 Million in Australia, Mandarin Orchard to Rebrand as Largest Hilton Hotel in Asia Pacific, Singapore Government Allocates SGD440 Million under Resilience Budget to Lift Tourism Sector, Hong Kong Tourism Board Prepares HKD400 Million to Support Tourism and MICE, China Sees Gradual Pickup in Domestic Travel.
Kempinski Hotel Beijing Lufthansa Center innovates its food and beverage service to reach customers to combat the novel coronavirus restrictions. Updates to recent delivery services include a new delivery app addition to the restaurant's repertoire, alongside the advanced WeChat ordering options.
For the Internet-savvy Generation Y, travel experiences shared online have replaced material goods as a form of social currency
With globalisation and the rise of digital technology, "keeping up with the Joneses" is becoming harder than ever before. In a recently published study, MSc graduate Ms Lauren Siegel and Dr Dan Wang of the School of Hotel and Tourism Management (SHTM) at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University show that for the Internet-savvy Generation Y, travel experiences shared online have replaced material goods as a form of social currency.
Quest Macquarie Park Sold for AUD46 Million, Craig's Royal Hotel Ballarat Sold for More Than AUD12 Million, Banyan Tree Holdings and Htoo Hospitality Annouce Joint-Venture in Myanmar, Philippines Tourism Sector to Receive USD8.
The coronavirus outbreak in 2020 has been a severe challenge for the hotel industry in China, putting the risk management capability of each operating hotel to the test. While from the perspective of hotel investment and asset management, which are more strategic and forward-thinking than day-to-day operation, the industry will recover from the downturn eventually, the impact of this outbreak will force investors to reconsider their strategic planning in hotel investment and in asset management.
The World Health Organization officially declared COVID-19, also known as the coronavirus, a pandemic on Wednesday, March 11. While the coronavirus has been a huge disrupter not only in the hospitality industry but in every sector around the world, it's not unique.
In view of the evolving novel coronavirus situation, Shanghai Sinoexpo Informa Markets International Exhibition Co., Ltd., the organizer of Hotel Plus, decided to postpone the expo after extensive consultation with exhibitors and industry stakeholders.
The Design & Technical Services department of Accor introduces you to well-known designers who work with the Group. This month, Alexandra Woop, Interior Design Director at Accor, Middle East met the Australian designer Kristina Zanic in her Dubai office, together with the journalist Nathalie Cuman.
New Research From IHCL Reveals How Women Travelers Are One Of The Fastest Growing Segments For The Industry And For IHCL Hotels
Nearly a quarter of India's women professionals (23%) travel at least once a month for business, compared to just 7% who travel solely for leisure with the same frequency, according to new research from Indian Hotels Company (IHCL)1.
Capella Hotel Group introduces a new brand to its portfolio - Patina Hotels & Resorts. The sophisticated lifestyle brand was created for progressive travellers of a new generation. Patina Maldives, Fari Islands will be the first launch, with properties in Ubud, Bali and Sanya, China, also in development.