While private members clubs are far from a novel concept, a new crop of hospitality players are putting a fresh spin on the time-honored concept.
Norway's spectacular fjords make a dramatic backdrop for any building, and now a Turkish architectural design studio has proposed a boutique hotel built into one of the nation's famous cliffs. The concept would be built to look like part of Preikestolen, a 1,982-foot cliff in southern Norway that has become a popular tourist attraction.
Amadeus' Luis Maroto came out on top of Skift's annual review of CEO pay at Europe's biggest public travel and hospitality companies.
Once again — and this time it's the issue of pricing transparency in alternative lodging — European regulators are out in front of their counterparts in other parts of the world, including those in the United States.
Why Philippe Stark Calls This New Saint-Tropez Wellness Resort One of His ‘Most Successful’ Projects
When French media magnate Alan Weill called up the superstar designer Philippe Starck, asking him to redesign the hotel he had just bought on the Saint Tropez peninsula, at first Starck turned him down.
Growing numbers of historic buildings in the UK are now enjoying a second life as high-end and mid-range hotels. Former mansion Cliveden House, near Windsor, was once home to royalty while Roch Castle, in Wales, has been given a boutique-style makeover and Solent Forts, near Portsmouth, offers an off-shore stay with a difference at former sea-based defences.
Booking Holdings has named Glenn Fogel as CEO of Booking.com, with the incumbent, Gillian Tans, becoming chairwoman of the group's division.
Online travel booking site Nustay A/S has filed a complaint to the European Union's antitrust regulator, claiming Expedia Group Inc. and Booking Holdings Inc. are trying to "kill off" the startup for offering lower prices and punishing hotels that appear on its site.
Radisson Hotel Group will be co-branding some of its European properties with the name of new owner Jin Jiang as part of a plan to boost the number of Chinese visitors.
With strengths in fintech, e-commerce and entertainment, its first wave of innovators included music streaming giants Soundcloud and Spotify and Candy Crush video game makers, King.