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Recap by Giovanni Angelini, September 2017 To generalize a country or its citizens in broad, sweeping statements is emblematic of a narrowed worldview – practically a squint – but there’s no denying that stereotypes still prevail and every nation has its labels to bear, and not all of them positive. Why does this happen? Well,…

By  Bronwyn White, co-founder, MyTravelResearch.com  Chatbots can be simply defined as artificial intelligence programs that conduct conversations with humans through chat interfaces. Consider a chatbot as a personal assistant who can respond to enquiries or give recommendations on a certain topic in a real-time manner. Research shows that more consumers are using messaging apps compared…

Article by Mendes Cavin, CEO Miners Hospitality Philippe Starck, Kelly Wearstler and Pierre Yves Rochon have one thing in common; they are regarded as some of the most famous luxury hotel designers having worked on brands like St. Regis, Four Seasons, The Ritz-Carlton or W Hotel. But what about hotel developers of smaller and lower categorized…

Article by Trent Munday  Yield management in the airline industry is so entrenched now, nobody even talks about it as a special strategy. It’s just part of their pricing policy. Hotels too have generally done a good job with yield management. But what about spas? Can yield management really even work for a hotel spa?…

The North Korean capital has seven hotels to which foreigners might be allocated; none can be booked through the OTAs. Although Pyongyang is not actually difficult to visit, tourists must be part of a group and are subject to close supervision. Every move is planned and controlled, and selection of the accommodation is the responsibility…

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