Articles tagged “hoshino resorts”

Coronavirus

The Rescheduled Summer Olympics Won’t Save Struggling Japanese Hotels

Athletes go for gold at the Olympic Games, but hoteliers don't typically walk away with many prizes in the form of long-term revenue gains from the global mega-event.

The Rescheduled Summer Olympics Won’t Save Struggling Japanese Hotels

Business Travel

Japan’s Hoshino Resorts Will Shift Its Marketing to Woo Domestic Travelers

The Tokyo-based, 100-year old hospitality company, Hoshino Resorts, used to focus on international luxury travelers. But, as Japan essentially closes to foreign travel for months to come, the privately held company has pivoted to wooing domestic tourists.

Japan’s Hoshino Resorts Will Shift Its Marketing to Woo Domestic Travelers

Tourism

Japan Resort Area Attracts Hotel Investments and Foreign Tourists

Foreign tourism is up in Beppu, Japan, which is renowned for its hot springs, as domestic tourism wanes. The surge in foreign visitors has attracted hotel investment from International Hotels Group and Hoshino Resorts.

Japan Resort Area Attracts Hotel Investments and Foreign Tourists

Hotels

Hoshino Resorts’ New Midscale Brand Wants to Reinvent the Tourist Hotel

Hoshino Resorts is smart to get a head start on accommodating the influx of travelers who are not only traveling to Japan in droves, but yearning to do so in a way that makes them feel more connected to the local culture, without having to break the bank.

Hoshino Resorts’ New Midscale Brand Wants to Reinvent the Tourist Hotel

Hotels

CEO Interview: Hoshino Resorts Wants to Introduce the World to Japanese Hospitality

This fourth-generation hotelier isn’t afraid to think differently, and he has grand plans for introducing the rest of the world to his family’s luxe interpretations of Japanese hospitality.

CEO Interview: Hoshino Resorts Wants to Introduce the World to Japanese Hospitality