Articles tagged “langham”

Business Travel

Hotels Might Not Like Where Corporate Rate Discussions Are Heading

Hotel corporate program strategies aren’t straightforward at the best of times. A new “dual rate” pricing model could make lives easier for travel managers, but a lot more complex for the properties their employees will be checking in to.

Hotels Might Not Like Where Corporate Rate Discussions Are Heading

Tourism

Stopping Asian Airports From Becoming Protesters’ Punching Bags

Unless they live on another planet, most people now know that airports are the perfect places to hold demonstrations and gain maximum coverage for a cause. It’s a message that airport authorities in Asia must correct, particularly as conflicts will continue to simmer in the region.

Stopping Asian Airports From Becoming Protesters’ Punching Bags

Hotels

Langham Lands a New Deal Located Within a UNESCO German Palace

With all the current troubles in Hong Kong, diversifying the business surely is a bigger priority. Langham has said it wants to expand big-time in Europe. It is reentering the continent with style.

Langham Lands a New Deal Located Within a UNESCO German Palace

Tourism

Hong Kong Tourism Starts to Feel Impact as Pro-Democracy Protests Rage On

Major Hong Kong hotels expect to report lower earnings for the year but believe that the city will retain its global standing as one of the world’s biggest tourism hubs in the long term.

Hong Kong Tourism Starts to Feel Impact as Pro-Democracy Protests Rage On

Hotels

Hong Kong-Based Langham Is on the Prowl for Acquisitions in Europe

Langham has expanded in North America, China, and Australia, but not in Europe, where its acquisition of The Langham, London, gave it the brand. A new wave of development earmarks Europe as a priority, and the company wants to enter the resort space as well. But before all that can happen, it needs to further raise brand awareness.

Hong Kong-Based Langham Is on the Prowl for Acquisitions in Europe

Business Travel

The Story Behind the Color Choices of Luxury Hotel Logos

When it comes to designing logos, luxury brands are generally risk-averse. That's even the case in the hospitality industry, where brands are always trying to promote their singularity. The names may change, but the colors stay the same.

The Story Behind the Color Choices of Luxury Hotel Logos

Hotels

Langham Hospitality Group Names New CEO With Expansion on the Agenda

Can the new CEO manage to grow the Langham and Cordis brands on a larger scale? That's the bigger task that lies ahead for Leser.

Langham Hospitality Group Names New CEO With Expansion on the Agenda

Hotels

Langham Hotels Parent Reinvents Eaton Hotels for Socially Minded Millennials

So many brands today say they're committed to social causes — but how many of them actually stick to those commitments? And how many of those companies are actually sustainable or profitable? Will Eaton Workshop be an exception?

Langham Hotels Parent Reinvents Eaton Hotels for Socially Minded Millennials

Hotels

8 Top Executives Say Where Hotel Loyalty Is Headed Next

We're calling 2017 as the year when loyalty becomes an even bigger focus for hotels, if it isn't already. Why? Because there's no better time than now to try to capture a consumer's loyalty, or to engage with them, even if the landscape is becoming a lot more competitive, and consumers, overall, aren't quite as "loyal" as they used to be.

8 Top Executives Say Where Hotel Loyalty Is Headed Next

Business Travel

The Hotel Industry Thinks 2017 Could Be the Year Corporate Travel Bounces Back

Even though every day with the new Trump administration seems unpredictable, early signs have convinced many in the hotel industry that this might just be the year that corporate travel rebounds from its 2016 slump. However, given the new executive order banning travel from seven Muslim-majority countries, some executives throughout the travel industry may be rethinking their outlook on corporate travel.

The Hotel Industry Thinks 2017 Could Be the Year Corporate Travel Bounces Back