Articles tagged “rooms”

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Short-Term Rental Firm CorpHousing Group Is Slated to Do an IPO Friday

CorpHousing Group, which provides short-term rentals under the SoBeNY consumer brand, was slated to see its shares begin trading Friday on the Nasdaq Capital Market. A multifamily building. Source: Vacasa The company announced that it hoped to generate $13.5 million in gross proceeds as it stock starts trading under the symbol CHG. The Nasdaq Capital…

Hotels

Asian Hotels Look to 2-Tier Pricing for Recovery

Twin rates for foreign travelers and locals in Asian hotels may be a temporary solution to help the hospitality industry recover, but it may not be sustainable in the long run, especially for economies highly dependent on tourism.

Asian Hotels Look to 2-Tier Pricing for Recovery

Business Travel

Being Informal Is the Future of Luxury Guest Relations

Luxury travelers are seeking out experiences that enrich their lives rather than isolate them from adventures. That's why The Thief in Oslo is one of a growing number of luxury hotels that are pursuing more informal and instantaneous relations with guests.

Being Informal Is the Future of Luxury Guest Relations

Hotels

Hilton Worldwide Gives Guests the Freedom to Select Their Own Rooms

Hilton Worldwide's room-selection initiative is vindication for fading startup Room77, which sought to get hotels to adapt the feature, but met resistance. Guests will want additional room intelligence, including images, ratings and amenity information.

Hilton Worldwide Gives Guests the Freedom to Select Their Own Rooms

Hotels

Hotels skimp on toothpaste as AAA Diamond Ratings brush aside its importance

And, how about some shaving cream, while you're at it?

Hotels

Riyadh Ritz-Carlton joins growing trend and opens women-only floor

Far from sheltering female guests, women-only floors are about giving them a level and particular quality of service that male business travelers have enjoyed forever.