Swiss International adds Swiss International – the Vistana in Lagos – Lekki to its portfolio.
Swiss-Belhotel International will expand its New Zealand portfolio via the upcoming launch of two exciting Queenstown properties, ensuring the popular tourist destination keeps pace with increasing visitor numbers.
With 15 existing residential projects globally and an additional 14 in the pipeline, Rosewood is intent on continuing to grow its residential business with a guest-centric approach, while staying true to the brand's A Sense of Place® philosophy.
Marriott Vacations Worldwide Corporation (NYSE: VAC) announced today it has signed a contract with an affiliate of Unicorp National Developments, Inc. to develop its new global corporate headquarters.
This conference brings together HFTP members and hospitality industry professionals from across the region for professional education and networking. It will take place April 24-25, 2020 in Houston, Texas USA.
Torsten M. van Dullemen has been appointed as General Manager of Mandarin Oriental, Washington DC. Van Dullemen is also Area Vice President of Operations for the Northeast United States overseeing Mandarin Oriental, Boston and Mandarin Oriental, New York.
Over the years, my partner, Marty Orlick, Chair of JMBM's ADA Compliance and Defense Group, has written about service animals used by persons with disabilities, and what hospitality staff needs to know about how to accommodate them. For example, what should the hostess of your restaurant do when a miniature horse enters your establishment with its disabled owner? What kind of animals qualify as service animals, anyway? And what is the owner's responsibility?
Located just 1.5 hours from Tokyo, the mountainous town is accessible by the Hakone Tozan Railway which opened in 1919, quickly cementing the town as a popular travel destination.
OYO will be connected to almost 900,000 travel agents globally, through the GDS connectivity solution powered by Sabre Hospitality Solutions innovative SynXis platform, that will help OYO generate increased bookings and open up additional revenue opportunities for its asset owners worldwide.
Europe hotel occupancy rose 0.4% to 72.2% in 2019, and a 1.8% ADR increase to 113.36 ($125.60) drove RevPAR up 2.2% to 81.90 ($90.74).