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Reimagining Luxury Travel for 2025

Luxury travel brands may see a customer looking for a deeper experience when travel picks up after the pandemic. They will be there to serve.

Reimagining Luxury Travel for 2025

Business Travel

A Plunge in Tourism Is Hurting Luxury Retail in Europe

The fashion capitals of Paris, Rome, and Milan are awakening to a harsh reality. Chinese and other Asian tourists accounted for a crucial slice of the luxury retail sector’s sales in Europe before coronavirus, but those visitors aren't likely to return soon.

A Plunge in Tourism Is Hurting Luxury Retail in Europe

Coronavirus

Wellness Hospitality Will See New Models Emerge in Wake of Pandemic

Having a robust wellness tourism industry built on science-based approaches will be a positive that can come from a damaging pandemic.

Wellness Hospitality Will See New Models Emerge in Wake of Pandemic

Coronavirus

Wellness Will Enjoy a Tailwind as a Design Theme for Resorts and Cities: The Long View This Week

Design's importance to travel has taken on a new urgency because of recent events, says Richard Centolella, the pioneering design thinker. We agree, and welcome all the new functionalities.

Wellness Will Enjoy a Tailwind as a Design Theme for Resorts and Cities: The Long View This Week

Business Travel

Japan’s Hoshino Resorts Will Shift Its Marketing to Woo Domestic Travelers

The Tokyo-based, 100-year old hospitality company, Hoshino Resorts, used to focus on international luxury travelers. But, as Japan essentially closes to foreign travel for months to come, the privately held company has pivoted to wooing domestic tourists.

Japan’s Hoshino Resorts Will Shift Its Marketing to Woo Domestic Travelers

Luxury

Ski Resorts Struggling With Climate Change Take Double Hit With Coronavirus

Climate change is forcing ski resorts to get creative to keep high-end travelers on the slopes — and pull in a new wave of customers. Now with the coronavirus epidemic impacting the end of this season, and potentially future seasons, the industry needs to do even more problem solving.

Ski Resorts Struggling With Climate Change Take Double Hit With Coronavirus

Business Travel

Are Ski Resorts Ready for a Warmer World?

Climate change is more than an existential threat to the outdoor ski economy. It will take a combination of greener operations and smarter business practices to ensure its viability for decades to come.

Are Ski Resorts Ready for a Warmer World?

Business Travel

Debt-Laden Samsonite Reels From Coronavirus Crisis Aftershocks

By itself, the coronavirus scare needn't be like kryptonite to Samsonite, which has high gross margins. But the long-term double whammy of supply shocks (due to factory closings) and demand shocks (due to travelers pulling back on spending) may reduce the company's ability to pay interest on its heavy debts.

Debt-Laden Samsonite Reels From Coronavirus Crisis Aftershocks

Luxury

How a Women-Led Hospitality Team Is Paving a Path for Africa’s Next Generation

For Africa to realize a lot of its economic potential, especially within hospitality, elevating women to positions of leadership will help power and accelerate growth. Asilia's Dunia Camp in Tanzania, run by General Manager Angel Vendeline Namshali and her team of all women, is an example of this positive change.

How a Women-Led Hospitality Team Is Paving a Path for Africa’s Next Generation

Luxury

How Hyatt’s Miraval Resorts and Others Are Tuning In to Sound Healing

If you have been noticing more spas offering treatments that incorporate Tibetan singing bowls, tuning forks, or gongs, you aren’t alone. Sound therapies are starting to make waves in the spa industry.

How Hyatt’s Miraval Resorts and Others Are Tuning In to Sound Healing