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Articles tagged “accor”

Hotels

Onefinestay CEO Views Hyper Personalization as Next Stage of Luxury Rentals

In other words, don't expect AccorHotels to be vying for Wyndham's European vacation rental business anytime soon.

Onefinestay CEO Views Hyper Personalization as Next Stage of Luxury Rentals

Hotels

AccorHotels Is Working on a Smart Room That’s Accessible and Personalized

That AccorHotels is using the Internet of Things and other innovative tech to create more personalized and accessible guest rooms is an idea we can definitely get behind. But we wonder what the company's plans might be to incorporate loyalty into the initiative. It would be crucial in adding value for Accorhotels, property owners, and guests.

AccorHotels Is Working on a Smart Room That’s Accessible and Personalized

Hotels

AccorHotels Has a Community Hub Strategy With Local Services App

This is a sign of a much bigger shift in the entire travel industry where travel brands no longer want to just be "travel" brands. Hotels don't want to just be hotels. Instead, they want to be platforms for offering you experiences whenever and wherever you may be.

AccorHotels Has a Community Hub Strategy With Local Services App

Hotels

AccorHotels Ends Its Quest to Be a Booking Engine for Independent Hotels

Signs that this experiment wasn't going well were already evident. But given that the online travel agencies aren't faring so well, either, at the moment, we wonder: Does this mean there might be something fundamentally wrong with this type of intermediary relationship? How do hotels and online travel agencies need to evolve to survive then?

AccorHotels Ends Its Quest to Be a Booking Engine for Independent Hotels

Ground Transport

Belmond Looks to Solidify Its Brand Image Against Competitor With Its Old Name

While part of the goal of Belmond's new branding campaign is to establish itself as an entity apart from its former Orient Express moniker, we wonder if the images it presents may be just a little too reminiscent of its former self.

Belmond Looks to Solidify Its Brand Image Against Competitor With Its Old Name

Hotels

AccorHotels Buys Into Orient Express to Remake an Iconic Brand

While some of the deals done by AccorHotels have raised eyebrows, this one seems like a good strategic fit. The Orient Express brand is known the world over and will give AccorHotels a greater presence in the luxury space.

AccorHotels Buys Into Orient Express to Remake an Iconic Brand

Online Travel

AccorHotels Makes Acquisition to Deliver Other Hotel Brands to Travel Agencies

Europe’s largest hotelier continues to pursue CEO Sébastien Bazin's goal of diversification. Valued at about $117 million, Gekko Group will help AccorHotels grow its business-to-business services.

AccorHotels Makes Acquisition to Deliver Other Hotel Brands to Travel Agencies

Hotels

10 Biggest Hotel Headlines of a Busy Summer 2017

So much for taking a summer vacation. This year, the hotel industry was busy making major moves and investments, as well as launching new brands, properties, and policies.

10 Biggest Hotel Headlines of a Busy Summer 2017

Hotels

InterContinental Hotels Won’t Rush to Follow Rivals Into Alternative Accommodations

InterContinental's new CEO Keith Barr seems happy — for now — to carry on with the work done by his predecessor. While rivals have explored other areas, IHG keeps doing the same thing, although it is developing a new midscale brand. Only time will tell which strategy is right.

Hotels

Hyatt Is Investing in the Sharing Economy Again, This Time With Oasis

We like to think of this as Hyatt's payback for AccorHotels stealing away onefinestay last year.

Hyatt Is Investing in the Sharing Economy Again, This Time With Oasis