Articles tagged “development”

Hotels

Luxury Hotels Follow Developers to Manhattan’s Far West Side

Right now Hudson Yards – a once industrial, grimy side of New York – is mostly a ghost town. But the High Line gave the area a major boost, and hotels and restaurants are building up around that ecosystem.

Luxury Hotels Follow Developers to Manhattan’s Far West Side

Hotels

Steve Wynn Eyes a $400 Nightly Rate for His 4th Vegas Hotel

For a hotel this size, the price point for Vegas seems ambitious, to say the least.

Steve Wynn Eyes a $400 Nightly Rate for His 4th Vegas Hotel

Tourism

Navajo Nation Votes Down Grand Canyon Tourism Development Project

"Jobs" is every developer's favorite argument when trying to grab someone else's land, but that "economic development" is rarely as significant and lasting as claimed. So, the Navajo Nation may have dodged a bullet. Indian Country tourism is growing stronger and more self-sufficient — tribes don't need this project.

Navajo Nation Votes Down Grand Canyon Tourism Development Project

Tourism

Surfers Want Resort Developers to Stay Away From a Remote Puerto Rican Village

Even if the hotel development moves forward — which seems likely — authorities would be wise to preserve the qualities that make people want to visit this relatively untouched part of Puerto Rico.

Surfers Want Resort Developers to Stay Away From a Remote Puerto Rican Village

Tourism

Cuba’s Hotel Challenges: A Guide to All the Projects in Process

Although Cuba won't say it, the country is ill-prepared for the influx of new visitors and the necessary development.

Cuba’s Hotel Challenges: A Guide to All the Projects in Process

Tourism

The Only Thing to Stop Cuba’s Tourism Growth Is Its Accommodations Crunch

No combination of cruise ships, Airbnb rentals, state-run hotels, or nuns' quarters will be enough to replace smart tourism development, which Cuba may not yet be capable of carrying out.

The Only Thing to Stop Cuba’s Tourism Growth Is Its Accommodations Crunch

Tourism

Dubai Developers Try Underwater Bedrooms to Jumpstart Large Hotel Project

It's as if they took all the lessons of the economic crisis and didn't pay attention to them at all.

Dubai Developers Try Underwater Bedrooms to Jumpstart Large Hotel Project

Tourism

Cuban Tourism Industry Struggling to Adapt to New Demands

Cuban Tourism Industry Struggling to Adapt to New Demands

Media and PR

Interview: Anthony Bourdain’s Ideal TV Audience Is Anthony Bourdain

A single-minded focus on what you think is best, rather than what others are telling you is best for you, can produce both victories and defeats. More than a decade in, it's clear which category Bourdain's travel TV is in.

Interview: Anthony Bourdain’s Ideal TV Audience Is Anthony Bourdain

Cruises

Charleston, SC Still Hasn’t Settled Its Cruise Terminal Issues

Outside of a sports stadium, we can think of few things outside of a cruise terminal which do more to negatively impact the people who live next door in a way that only benefits people who live far away.

Charleston, SC Still Hasn’t Settled Its Cruise Terminal Issues