For that quintessential South Pacific experience of staying in an overwater bungalow, travelers need only head to the Caribbean now.
Whether or not you agree with Marsh's take on some established tenets of the hospitality business, his progressive, disruptive viewpoints are worth more than just a look.
Although consumer access to virtual reality equipment is still fairly limited, these hospitality brands are leveraging the technology in novel ways, all in the hopes of telling new stories to their guests.
TripAdvisor has taken a few lumps in the UK and the bashing by a prominent UK critic in The Guardian undoubtedly was a factor in Kaufer's decision to pen a rare, formal response to a pundit.
If this year’s study is any indication, it’s clear guests are expecting a whole lot more from hotels than they have before in the coming year.
Anaheim's mayor is angry that Disney took advantage of a controversial tax incentive, but guests probably won't care about the politics of how the hotel got built. The $450-a-night bill might not make them happy though.
Accor continues to be one of the most innovative hotel companies out there and it's clear they're gearing up for bigger acquisitions and growth with this latest move.
The ability to change hotel room rates will give hoteliers an edge in making sure they stay profitable, even if labor costs rise, and even if we might be headed for another economic downturn as some financial analysts suspect.
AccorHotels is making some smart, strategic moves, whether it's buying up luxury alternative accommodations provider Onefinestay or adding these three storied luxury brands to its hotel collection.