Articles tagged “aman”

Wellness Travel in the Time of Coronavirus

Wellness Travel in the Time of Coronavirus

Leslie Barrie, Skift

While certain wellness travel trends are on the rise, like sound therapy, they won't drive more bookings as long as the coronavirus is a threat. Wellness travel, along with the rest of the industry, will need to hold tight and hope the outbreak gets under control.

3 months ago

Aman Expands in New Direction With Launch of Community-Focused Luxury Brand

Aman Expands in New Direction With Launch of Community-Focused Luxury Brand

Colin Nagy, Skift

Aman launches a new sister brand. The opportunity? To give creative class travelers more connected and social experiences while in the familiar aesthetic considerations (and a lower price point) of the elder sister brand Aman. Right now it's all theoretical, but the rationale is rock solid.

3 months ago

Luxury Tented Resorts Poised for a Post-Glamping Era

Luxury Tented Resorts Poised for a Post-Glamping Era

Colin Nagy, Skift

A lot of nature-centric hospitality experiences got lumped under the "glamping" moniker and seemed frivolous as a result. But the space is growing because luxury travelers like the ability to be closer to nature without sacrificing creature comforts.

6 months ago

Guest Behavior Is Key Part of the Luxe Hospitality Equation

Guest Behavior Is Key Part of the Luxe Hospitality Equation

Colin Nagy

Luxury travelers often deconstruct what goes into the makings of great hospitality. It's also necessary, however, to ask what is required of guests so that they hold up their end of the bargain. It's a two-way street, and all too often we ignore one side of the equation.

11 months ago

Keeping Up With the Escalating Standards in Luxury Hospitality

Keeping Up With the Escalating Standards in Luxury Hospitality

Colin Nagy, Skift

The level of competition at the ultra-premium end of hospitality is unimaginably high, and it keeps getting higher. Extraordinary service and experiences quickly become table stakes as guest expectations continue to skyrocket. A culture of creativity gives the best hoteliers that distinctive edge.

1 year ago

How Wellness Hospitality Brands Can Succeed Amid Big-City Chaos

How Wellness Hospitality Brands Can Succeed Amid Big-City Chaos

Laura Powell, Skift

Wellness hospitality brands known for their idyllic locations are heading to New York City. Will the temptation of taking a bite out of the Big Apple prove a brand benefit or drawback?

2 years ago

Luxury Hotel-Branded Residences Appeal to the Ultra-Rich

Luxury Hotel-Branded Residences Appeal to the Ultra-Rich

Frederik Balfour , Bloomberg

As Four Seasons Hotels & Resorts CEO J. Allen Smith said recently at Skift Global Forum in New York City: "Residential is absolutely central to our business strategy." So expect plenty more luxury hotel brands to expand in this space if they haven't already.

2 years ago

Aman Exec Wants Luxury Travel to Be a Family Affair

Aman Exec Wants Luxury Travel to Be a Family Affair

Hannah Sampson, Skift

Aman wants to create more customers for life by catering to families with kids and teenagers. It's a smart long-term strategy, but the company will need to involve younger travelers in a way that makes sense for a luxury brand.

2 years ago