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Every hotel has its own personality if you ask a brand person or a marketer – but the truth is that not every hotel has a good personality, and certainly not good enough to
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Hotel owners and hotel operators have enjoyed a lengthy working relationship. The arrangement typically allows operators to expand their portfolios while avoiding the risks associated with real estate ownership, while owners gain access
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When Ashley Monteiro opened his latest hotel, AHA Smartstay, his background as a hotel wholesaler and specialist in online booking systems gave him a crucial insight into exactly what his new property would
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For the third year running, I had the honour of being invited to be one of the speakers at the Thailand Tourism Forum, 2019 which was organised by Thailand’s American Chamber of
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It’s New Year 2019 and TripAdvisor has released its annual travel trends report, based on findings culled from over 23,000 study participants in 7 regions and 33 different markets. Among the
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By Giovanni Angelini, Jan 2019 The world as we know it is about to change and as we enter the "Industrial Revolution 4.0", hospitality leaders have to equip themselves with
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One of the big hospitality stories of 2018 concerned a 24-year-old entrepreneur from India, Ritesh Agarwal, who turned a simple idea into a five-billion-dollar business within its first five years. Reports of this
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Let’s cut into the chase and talk about a few things that we could all use as some helpful reminders as we walk in to 2019. Some of these reminders have been
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Families with young children have rather different motivations for going on holiday than families with older children, according to the findings of a study by Dr Mimi Li, Dr Dan Wang and Ms
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It might have taken a while for everyone to get on board, but today you’d be hard pressed to find any hotelier of significant size who isn’t using a Property Management
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Way back when humans first started to travel, we would stop and sleep at an inn, which was basically the house of some villagers. There, you would be given a bed, and possibly
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As luxury hotel accommodations go up in price, customers have greater expectations. But according to Justenlund,associate professor of International Hospitality Management at University College of Northern Denmark, as hotel companies reinvent luxury,
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Trends change, expectations are raised and hotels need to meet these expectations and adapt to the changes. Hotelintel.co talked to Ben George, the Senior Vice President & Commercial Director, Asia Pacific for
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While many hotels like to involve themselves in CSR activities, one example to follow is that set by Laguna Phuket – part of the Banyan Tree Group – whose projects can truly claim to be