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Rosewood Hotels Aims to Double Luxury Footprint This Decade

Rosewood practices arbitrage, luxury-hotel style. The company seems to believe that the three most important words in hospitality real estate are experience, experience, and experience.

Rosewood Hotels Aims to Double Luxury Footprint This Decade

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Parent of Trump Hotels and Resorts Found Guilty of Masterminding Tax Fraud Scheme

The Trump Organization, especially the hotels under its umbrella, have been battered in recent months, and its conviction will make the company even more toxic in the hospitality industry.

Parent of Trump Hotels and Resorts Found Guilty of Masterminding Tax Fraud Scheme
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Hilton Grand Vacations Sees Inflation Boosting Timeshare Sales

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Hilton Grand Vacations Sees Inflation Boosting Timeshare Sales

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Why Small Luxury Hotels Think Tiny Is Mighty in the Post-Pandemic Era

Demand for “small, mindful" travel is supposedly on the upswing, and Small Luxury Hotels of the World is looking to take advantage. But can the marketing organization move the needle in the shadow of giant hotel groups?

Why Small Luxury Hotels Think Tiny Is Mighty in the Post-Pandemic Era

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Standard International CEO Says Lifestyle Hotel Growth Plan Isn’t ‘Drag and Drop’

Standard chief executive Amber Asher is one of the smartest people in hotels. But The Standard International has so much going on it, we wonder if the company can manage it all.

Standard International CEO Says Lifestyle Hotel Growth Plan Isn’t ‘Drag and Drop’

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Oyo Hits Reorg Button: Lays Off 600 Employees Across Tech and Product

Oyo, in preparation for its upcoming IPO in 2023, is doing a major reorg of its organizational structure and cost base. It has announced it is letting go of 600 employees out of a total of about 3700, mostly in its product and tech teams. From the company: "Oyo is downsizing its product and engineering,…

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Hotels Record Tepid Increase in Job Growth

Hotels added 26,000 new jobs in the United States in November, a small increase from the previous month despite the overall strong job growth numbers for the U.S. economy, especially the leisure and hospitality industry. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics revealed, in its monthly jobs report released on Friday, that leisure and hospitality —…

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Asia Pacific Set to See Strong Hotel Development

Swire Hotels, Pan Pacific, Mandarin Oriental, Hotel Lotte, and Accor all announced notable expansions or upcoming openings in Asia Pacific, a region that will boom once China's international tourists return.

Asia Pacific Set to See Strong Hotel Development

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Four Seasons Sees a Future in Tents

Today’s edition of Skift’s daily podcast looks at Four Seasons’ new exclusive retreats, a Marriott-Disney make believe merger, and Yatra’s IPO planning.

Four Seasons Sees a Future in Tents

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Mexico’s FibraHotel To Snap Up More Beach Resorts for Sun-Seeking American Tourists

Mexico is clearly emerging as a winning destination coming out of the pandemic, so it's no surprise to see more cash pouring into the region.

Mexico’s FibraHotel To Snap Up More Beach Resorts for Sun-Seeking American Tourists