A new report featuring in-depth analysis predicts that the global business travel industry will be worth nearly US$1.7 trillion (about £1.3 trillion) by 2023, registering growth of 4.1 per cent.
Leading accommodation wholesaler Hotelbeds expects to see a Brexit impact during the turn of year peaks in the UK market which it confirmed as its largest source market last week.
Cashing in on outbound Chinese travelers is a challenge these days. Research in recent years has shown that the appetite for outbound travel is still strong and that people are traveling more frequently. But Chinese tourists are spending less than before.
Home to 40 sun loungers, a new Beach Grill restaurant and assistance from a dedicated team of waiters, the beach is located on the undisturbed eastern coast of Ile aux Cerfs an island famous for its stretches of white sandy shorelines and turquoise lagoon waters that are ideal for swimming.
Next in the series of Interviews with Leaders is an interview with Mr. Ludwig Bouldoukian, Regional VP of Development, Middle East and North Africa – Hyatt Hotels Corporation.
New 11-Day Sailing Brings Guests to New Ports of Call in Greece and Turkey
Bleisure it's an unwieldy name for a simple concept, combining leisure travel time with business travel has been a growing trend for a few years and now studies are rolling in showing just how popular it is.
Effort will help hotels manage removal of materials during renovations and make a positive difference in local communities
The Guardian has found evidence that hotel staff in the worlds richest country are paid below the minimum wage for enduring long shifts in intense heat
Fees and surcharges at U.S. hotels are expected to increase 8.5% to a record $2.93 billion this year, according to an analysis from Bjorn Hanson, industry consultant and adjunct professor at the New York University School of Professional Studies Jonathan M. Tisch Center for Hospitality and Tourism.