The hotel industry is in a nightmare of dire concerns over a beleaguered hospitality market. Airbnb and the impact the so-called “sharing economy” is on every hotelier’s mind, and understandably. The industry is for all intents and purposes, lost in a forest like Little Red Riding Hood trying to figure how much business the Big Bad Wolf […]
Argo takes a look at the making, of a future look back at how the hotel industry is today. For those of you confused already, this interview with award winning author, Woody Wade about the upcoming collaborative of Hsyndicate, ESSEC Business School and others for 2016, the download Hotel Yearbook 2036.
Revolutionizing the online hotel industry, Treovi reservation service recently announced their main objective of excluding all existing online commissions and founding an equitable collaboration between hotels and their customers. Now this is news.
Accor Group, the world’s leading hotel operator with some 4400 plus hotels in 90 countries, has just announced a deal with Qatar’s Msheireb Hospitality for operating the Msheireb Downtown Doha project., an Accor Hotels MGallery hotel in the city’s prime business district. This luxury boutique offering expands upon traditional Qatari hospitality with a truly original thematic scheduled to open in 2015.
News from Hilton Worldwide tells of the company’s plans to have under their brand some 500 new restaurants worldwide in the next three years. The launch of HiltonRestaurantConcepts.com is designed to integrate partner restaurants into the Hilton family, and vice-versa bolster Hilton’s value.
InterContinental Hotels appoints news leaders for Europe and other regions, while CEO Richard Simmons offers company profits report and prospectus. Holiday Inn Express India, and many other sectors are outlined.
iBAHN, the world’s leader in digital entertainment and Internet solutions for hospitality, has secured a $20 million credit facility with JP Morgan Chase & Co. The new multi-year credit allows for continued growth and installation of iBAHN’s IPTV platform throughout premium hotels around the world.
Croatia’s Prime Minister Jadranka Kosor speaks before the country’s hotel owners. The county’s travel industry is looking better than ever, but there is still so much more to do. Kosor met with US businesses in New York in other efforts to spur growth in one of Eastern Europe’s most important sectors, travel.