Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts veteran Mohamed Elbanna has been promoted to Senior General Manager, continuing his management of Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach while now also overseeing the development of the future Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residences Fort Lauderdale.
The 259-room, eight-story hotel will be located on Westwood Boulevard, just south of the Orange County Convention Center, and it is the largest Tru property to be built so far. It is expected to be completed in Q4 of 2019.
World outbound travel is booming and, according to IPKs World Travel Monitor®, the global travel industry set new records over the first eight months of 2017. The luxury travel sector in particular has embarked on a paramount transformation fueled by changing consumer preferences that will have far-reaching ripple effects in the years to come.
Following fast on the heels of last weeks Google announcement of the rebranding of Google AdWords to Google Ads, yesterdays Marketing Innovations Keynote announced a plethora of new product names and new features as Google revamps their entire marketing ecosystem.
The Cordish Companies and Live! Casino & Hotel celebrated the Grand Opening of the Live! Hotel, the first hotel in the world to carry the Live! brand.
All of the property may be subdivided or redeveloped for multiple uses. Of the $8.55 million, Pebble Beach is listed at $3.6 million and the resort and restaurant are listed at $4.95 million.
JW Marriott Nashville features 533 guestrooms including 37 luxurious suites, a rooftop pool, a full-service Spa by JW, over 50,000 square feet of indoor event space, a 13,000-square foot outdoor event lawn as well as renowned chef and restaurateur Michael Minas first Nashville outpost of Bourbon Steak.
The Baird/STR Hotel Stock Index fell 4.0% in June to a level of 4,863. Year to date through the first half of 2018, the stock index was down 0.5%.
Facebook Dynamic Ads for Travel (DAT) is a specialized advertising format that enables marketers to personalize ads to people who are in process of planning a trip, across Facebook, Instagram, and the Facebook Audience Network.
As social media has evolved, weve seen each platform racing to make on-site content more dynamic. GIFs can be added to comments on Facebook, there are interactive stickers for stories, and video is booming everywhere. The last two weeks worth of social media updates largely reflect this trend, granting hotels and resorts new creative tools to better connect with our audiences.