Wimintra Jangnin
Wimintra Jangnin is the founder and Editor in Chief of Hotelintel.co, A Political Science graduate, who falls in love with hotels. When she isn't writing, she is speaking at industry events.
Hotelier of the Month: Jo Sato
The recently opened Nikko Bangkok brings a touch of Japan to the heart of the city – and to make sure everything meets exacting Japanese standards, it takes a Japanese GM. After graduating from
Hotelintel BMX Thai American Olympian Amanda Carr Global Traveler Interview
Hotel Operations
In this episode Hotelintel.co's Wimintra meets World Class BMX Racer Amanda Carr and talks about how she ended up in the world of BMX, what she has planned for the future and
Why Hotels are Still Relevant to Me
Hotel Operations
Apart from the obvious reason that I work in the industry – I do think that hotels are still relevant today. Here are the reasons why I think hotels will never go out of
Chef of the month : Florian Couteau
Chef of the Month
Parisian born Florian Couteau has been in the kitchen baking pastry since he was 15 years old. After his initial intensive training from one of France's leading professional training schools 'Ferrandi', Chef Florian
Before You Adopt New Tech in Your Hotel - Read This
Hoteliers are frequently exposed to marketers promoting the use of technology in hospitality – and the message usually focuses on the operational advantages of implementing the latest software or gadgetry – how it makes running
Hotelier of the Month : Julian Lowry
Hotelier of the Month
Julian’s career began with the Sheraton Heathrow Hotel, United Kingdom in 1987 where he was 1st Commis Chef. From there he continued on to work in diverse locations including Germany, France, Qatar,
Up Close and Personal: Chanin Vanijwongse
Up Close and Personal
From IT professional to real estate developer, the journey of Habitat Group CEO Chanin Vanijwongse started out with the purchase of a condominium on upper Sukhumvit which he originally intended to use as
Chef of the Month : Chotiphat Laisuwan
Chef of the Month
As the Pastry Chef of JW Marriott Hotel Bangkok, Chef Chotiphat (Gee) Laisuwan brings with him almost a decade of experience in the pastry industry. Gee first received his degree in Economics, but
Get to Know Affluent Chinese Travelers in 2019
Hotel Operations
China's current population is around 1.41 billion, and we know that over the past 12 months, at least 145 million of those travelled outside of their country. The China Outbound Tourism Research
How Hotels Can Win Business Away from AirBnB? Getting to Know Mo Seetubtim
Why are guests - especially Millennials deciding to forgo the comforts of housekeeping and room-service and rather choosing to stay at AirBnB for business, leisure and even longer term accommodation?In this episode
Pullman Luang Prabang Aims to be a MICE Destination
Recognized as one of the fastest-growing countries in Asia, Laos has witnessed rapid GDP growth since 2008. Among the country’s tourist highlights is Luang Prabang – a small city which is home to
STR Report Shows Negative Results in Asia Pacific Hotel Performance
Hospitality Investments
Hotels in the Asia Pacific region reported mostly negative results across the three key performance metrics during April 2019Asia PacificOccupancy: -2.2% to 71.0%Average daily rate (ADR): +0.2% to US$
Hotelier of the Month: Thomas Harlander
Hotelier of the Month
Thomas Harlander is the Managing Director of the newly opened ultra luxury Rosewood Bangkok. Having managed numerous luxury properties around the world in cities including Washington DC, Cologne, London, Los Angeles,Buenos Aires,
The Next Big Opportunity: Mental Wellness
Hotel Operations
Stress is undeniably a relevant issue to people living in the 21st century. With the constant presence of stressors in daily life, people are getting more stressed out year by year. Statistics show