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Articles tagged “luxury”

Business Travel

Sri Lanka to Reopen Small-Group Tourism in 5-Star Hotels

The peak tourism season in Sri Lanka starts in November. The country is reopening tourism slowly for now, and is catering to luxury travelers in high-end hotels where cleaning regimes are said to be the most rigorous.

Sri Lanka to Reopen Small-Group Tourism in 5-Star Hotels

Business Travel

A Plunge in Tourism Is Hurting Luxury Retail in Europe

The fashion capitals of Paris, Rome, and Milan are awakening to a harsh reality. Chinese and other Asian tourists accounted for a crucial slice of the luxury retail sector’s sales in Europe before coronavirus, but those visitors aren't likely to return soon.

A Plunge in Tourism Is Hurting Luxury Retail in Europe

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

Business Travel

Are Ski Resorts Ready for a Warmer World?

Climate change is more than an existential threat to the outdoor ski economy. It will take a combination of greener operations and smarter business practices to ensure its viability for decades to come.

Are Ski Resorts Ready for a Warmer World?

Coronavirus

Wellness Travel in the Time of Coronavirus

While certain wellness travel trends are on the rise, like sound therapy, they won't drive more bookings as long as the coronavirus is a threat. Wellness travel, along with the rest of the industry, will need to hold tight and hope the outbreak gets under control.

Wellness Travel in the Time of Coronavirus

Luxury

How Hyatt’s Miraval Resorts and Others Are Tuning In to Sound Healing

If you have been noticing more spas offering treatments that incorporate Tibetan singing bowls, tuning forks, or gongs, you aren’t alone. Sound therapies are starting to make waves in the spa industry.

How Hyatt’s Miraval Resorts and Others Are Tuning In to Sound Healing

Hotels

Can Luxury Hotels Like Four Seasons and The Peninsula Make a Social Impact?

Luxury travelers increasingly want to stay at hotels with a social conscience. While it's great that locations like Four Seasons Chicago and The Peninsula are working with the refugee-helping nonprofit Heartland Alliance, it should be thought of as just that — a small move in the right direction.

Can Luxury Hotels Like Four Seasons and The Peninsula Make a Social Impact?

Hotels

How The Peninsula and Others Are Welcoming Refugees With Job Training

The U.S. government in 2020 may have severely limited the number of refugees it would resettle, but a luxury hospitality program taking place in America's heartland is proof that refugees are still welcome here.

How The Peninsula and Others Are Welcoming Refugees With Job Training

Luxury

Black Tomato Leads the Charge on the Mindful Travel Movement

As long as luxury travelers continue to want one-of-a-kind experiences, companies like Black Tomato will likely find success delivering these rare, transformational itineraries.

Black Tomato Leads the Charge on the Mindful Travel Movement

Luxury

The Novel Way Some Luxury Travel Companies Are Helping Guests Disconnect

Getting new books in the hands of luxury travelers benefits everyone. It improves the guest experience, drives loyalty to hotels, and raises the profile of authors. Because of this, we'll likely see more luxury properties partnering with Bedside Reading, the company that's making it happen.

The Novel Way Some Luxury Travel Companies Are Helping Guests Disconnect