Articles tagged “Hyatt Hotels”

Hotels

Hyatt to Buy Dream Hotels in Up to $300 Million Deal

Hyatt would boost its footprint in New York City and the lifestyle segment worldwide with this transaction.

Hyatt to Buy Dream Hotels in Up to $300 Million Deal

Hotels

Hyatt to Add Hotels in Markets That Feed Its All-Inclusive Resorts

When Hyatt adds hotels to new destinations, it can cross-sell the newfound guests on its recently acquired all-inclusive resorts through marketing messages. So the company is seeking more hotels to speed up this virtuous cycle.

Hyatt to Add Hotels in Markets That Feed Its All-Inclusive Resorts

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Hyatt Hotels to Debut Atona Brand in Japan That Distills and Updates Ryokan Concept

For centuries, Japan has offered ryokans, which are minimalist guest houses typically located near onsen, or natural hot springs used for bathing. Hyatt Hotels said Wednesday that it planned to launch a new brand, Atona, that will distill the elements of traditional ryokans while adding some modern comforts. Hyatt has entered a fifty-fifty joint venture…

Hotels

Hyatt to Use More Automation When Setting Hotel Room Rates

Hyatt's move to change its revenue management software foreshadows a broader trend. Expect more hotel companies to embrace automation while looking at a bigger picture than just the supply and demand of rooms.

Hyatt to Use More Automation When Setting Hotel Room Rates

Hotels

Hyatt’s Business Travel Comeback Overshadowed by Record Leisure Demand

Hyatt, best known for appealing to business travelers, is relying lately on vacationers who accounted for half its business in the most recent quarter. Yet July data points to group business and banqueting tracking toward a comeback that's faster than some expected.

Hyatt’s Business Travel Comeback Overshadowed by Record Leisure Demand

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Hyatt Expects Luxury Travel Rebound to Stay Strong Despite Market Turmoil

Pity Hyatt. Just as the pandemic's dark clouds are lifting, market turmoil overshadows its optimism. Yet that isn't dimming Hyatt executives' outlook.

Hyatt Expects Luxury Travel Rebound to Stay Strong Despite Market Turmoil

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Hotel Asset Managers Group Expresses Frustration About Labor Shortages

Despite the worst of the pandemic being behind the hospitality industry, executives largely don't see a full recovery this year. It's hard for them to do so when the industry hasn't still solved its labor shortage problem.

Hotel Asset Managers Group Expresses Frustration About Labor Shortages

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Hotels Group Says In-Person Meetings Are Way to Go

Although the American Hotel & Lodging Association is adamant that companies should resume large-scale business travel, hotels can't rely on it to drive their recovery. Corporate executives don't see the sector making a full rebound anytime soon — if ever.

Hotels Group Says In-Person Meetings Are Way to Go

Coronavirus

Hyatt’s China Business Is Down 90 Percent in February From Coronavirus Fallout

Hyatt Hotels had a strong year in 2019, so the story it had to tell on Thursday wasn't all dreary. The problem is that shareholders and guests hate uncertainty. And so far the travel industry faces nothing but uncertainty, left beholden to how the coronavirus crisis evolves.

Hyatt’s China Business Is Down 90 Percent in February From Coronavirus Fallout

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Hyatt’s Partnership With Headspace Elevates Wellness Strategy

Hyatt Hotels is teaming up with meditation and wellness company Headspace to help its guests and employees lead healthier lives while traveling and working. Is this the way to gain their hearts and minds?

Hyatt’s Partnership With Headspace Elevates Wellness Strategy