Articles tagged “cox and kings”

Hotels

Europe’s Meininger Hotels Mulls Going Public: Report

After months of problems, Mumbai-headquartered Cox & Kings is now undergoing insolvency proceedings in India. Will Meininger, its hybrid hotel chain, get a new lease on life?

Europe’s Meininger Hotels Mulls Going Public: Report

Tourism

Asian Resorts Drive Forward in Being Green

Beyond the glare of overdevelopment, Asia’s resorts want to be a pioneer of the sustainability movement. Here’s how they say they will do that.

Asian Resorts Drive Forward in Being Green

Business Travel

EbixCash Takes Over Cox & Kings’ Business Travel Clients in India

Some travel companies — Ebix among others — are rumored to be considering taking over all of the cash-strapped Cox & Kings.

EbixCash Takes Over Cox & Kings’ Business Travel Clients in India

Hotels

Cox & Kings Contemplates Sale of Meininger Hotels

Given Cox & Kings' well-publicized financial struggles, offloading the Meininger hybrid hotel/hostel chain makes sense. There will likely be plenty of interested parties.

Cox & Kings Contemplates Sale of Meininger Hotels

Tourism

Lessons From a Destination’s Crisis Recovery in Asia

It's understandable that Sri Lanka wants arrivals to return to pre-Easter bombing levels soonest. The challenge is knowing what measures are needed, amid the sense of urgency that can cloud the mind.

Lessons From a Destination’s Crisis Recovery in Asia

Business Travel

Cox & Kings’ Struggles Force Closure of UK Travel Group

Things look to have deteriorated rapidly at Cox & Kings. Can it now raise enough money to stop itself from going out of business?

Cox & Kings’ Struggles Force Closure of UK Travel Group

Business Travel

Cox & Kings to Sell Businesses to Raise Much-Needed Cash

With the hostel market still so fragmented, the Meininger business would make an attractive option for one of its rivals or perhaps a private equity firm.

Cox & Kings to Sell Businesses to Raise Much-Needed Cash

Online Travel

What India Reveals About the Future of Online Travel: A Skift Deep Dive

Surprising factors have delayed the coronation of MakeMyTrip Group as India's queen of domestic online travel. Paytm came out of nowhere to grab share, Oyo upended budget hotel distribution, Ixigo tried to make price comparison chic, and Booking.com outmaneuvered Expedia for premium hotel bookings. From this scrappy mix, online travel will find new lessons.

What India Reveals About the Future of Online Travel: A Skift Deep Dive

Business Travel

How 260-Year-Old Cox & Kings Stayed Relevant

Cox & Kings remains at the forefront of luxury tourism — not bad for a company that began life in 1758.

How 260-Year-Old Cox & Kings Stayed Relevant

Business Travel

Madagascar, Romania and More New Destinations for Luxury Tour Operators

The line between emerging and not ready for prime time can be a thin one that luxury operators must walk.

Madagascar, Romania and More New Destinations for Luxury Tour Operators