Articles tagged “six senses”

Online Travel

Capital One Travel Takes On Rival Banks With 10x Rewards for Luxury Hotels

Capital One Travel's 10x rewards for bookings in its soon-to-be-launched luxury hotel collection is a statement as banks dig deeper into travel: We are going to be a player.

Capital One Travel Takes On Rival Banks With 10x Rewards for Luxury Hotels

News Blog

European Venture Capital Fund Picks Up Hospitality and Airline Board Members

Roch Ventures, a European venture capital fund with Boston Consultant Group ties, announced that Six Senses CEO Neil Jacobs, Ennismore Brand Chief Operating Officer Chadi Farhat, and former Air France Executive Vice President Amel Hammouda have joined the fund's board of directors. Bobby Demri, former Boston Consulting Group software innovation director, and Ludger Kuebel-Sorger, senior…

Business Travel

Can Luxury Hospitality Play a Key Role in Land Conservation?

Outside of Africa where poaching, forestry, and resource exploitation can also threaten wildlife habitats, luxury hospitality leaders are playing a role in protecting land and creating opportunities around conservation.

Can Luxury Hospitality Play a Key Role in Land Conservation?

Hotels

How IHG’s Latest Regional Revamp Is Rankling Asia Hotel Owners

InterContinental Hotels Group isn’t afraid to change how the traditional hotel chain is organized and structured. Its latest move is making sub-regional heads directly accountable for development — even if that risks having owners think it prioritizes its own pipeline over their hotels’ performance. Some in Asia already do.

How IHG’s Latest Regional Revamp Is Rankling Asia Hotel Owners

Tourism

Asian Resorts Drive Forward in Being Green

Beyond the glare of overdevelopment, Asia’s resorts want to be a pioneer of the sustainability movement. Here’s how they say they will do that.

Asian Resorts Drive Forward in Being Green

Tourism

IHG’s Six Senses Goes a Step Further on Being Green Among Hotel Chains

While other chains may have difficulty getting owners to spend on sustainability, Six Senses commits them by management contract. And while other chains are just getting rid of single-use plastic straws and bottles, Six Senses wants to be completely free of plastics by 2022. Will parent IHG follow suit?

IHG’s Six Senses Goes a Step Further on Being Green Among Hotel Chains

Hotels

Tourism Is Up: So Why Is New York City’s Hotel Room Revenue Slumping?

With so many hotel rooms in the pipeline, a turnaround of slower revenue-per-room growth in New York City is not expected until after 2020. It's a classic supply-and-demand problem, making it a delicate balance to get pricing power back in a city where tourism remains hot.

Tourism Is Up: So Why Is New York City’s Hotel Room Revenue Slumping?

Hotels

IHG CEO Draws Line Under Latest Brand Growth Strategy

CEOs don't like ruling things out entirely, but it sounds like Keith Barr is happy with his brand portfolio ... for now at least.

IHG CEO Draws Line Under Latest Brand Growth Strategy

Tourism

2019 Innovators in Hospitality and Travel: Summer Edition

Here are some of the most inspiring innovations in design, service, and guest experience in hospitality and travel so far this year. The more the industry can cross-pollinate, learn from others, and experiment, the better it will be.

2019 Innovators in Hospitality and Travel: Summer Edition

Hotels

Understanding Hotel Giant IHG

IHG is such a sprawling company, it's hard to get a handle on it. Here we break it down for you.

Understanding Hotel Giant IHG