Return to our Home page Search
Click here for the hotel and hospitality news from around the globe Hotel, Travel and Hospitality Articles Videos and in-depth Interviews
Read more now
Read more now
Read more now
Read more now
Global Newsletter: July 25. ~ Click title to read the article
Tuesday, 25th July 2017

TODAY: Tours & activities market to reach $183B, Ascott expand footprint in the US.

Travel's tours & activities market to reach $183 Billion by 2020.

The travel industry tends to get preoccupied by what is happening in air and hotel (since they drive the bulk of the global travel market), but it’s the activities on the ground that inspire travelers to go places.

Travel activities, the aggregate of in-destination spend on tours, activities, attractions and events, is the third-largest travel segment and accounts for 10% of global travel revenue.

Louvre enables its clients to open their 1- to 5-star rooms with their smartphones.

The world’s 5th largest hotel group announces the launch of its new 100% digital client experience enabling guests to check-in, open their room using a mobile key, check-out and pay for their stay.

News from around the APAC region.

Hotel industry and travel news from around the Asia Pacific region: Ascott opens flagship Citadines in Nha Trang, Chinese airlines handled 263M passengers in the first half of 2017, Asian budget travelers to Maldives and more...

Ascott acquires an 80% stake in Synergy Global Housing.

The acquisition will expand Ascott’s footprint in the U.S. and strengthen its extensive range of international-class serviced residences for corporate customers worldwide. It will also triple Ascott’s portfolio from over 1,000 units to about 3,000 units in the U.S.

Featured Articles....

Chatbots are Hot But They are No Silver Bullet.
Travelport Live in Sydney kicked off with two female 'robot' dancers wearing suits that were more lit up than a Christmas tree, their robot-like movements a hint of where the discussions at the one-and-a-half day conference would be heading.

Travelport is saying goodbye to the GDS label and transforming itself into a platform whose goal is to deliver a personalised retail experience for its customers – a simple goal but highly complex to deliver as its enterprise architect, Centre of Excellence, Monty Doshi outlined the steps to get there.

How to Build an Innovation Hothouse.
How is it possible to maximise creative potential in your organisation? This article explores how to identify, train and retain the best creative talent for more innovative results.

Popular Articles:
Loyalty Programs Must Move Beyond Discounts.

Four Ways to Optimize Your Employee's Bleisure Experiences.

Prospecting Campaigns: The Modern Billboards for Hotels.

Bing is Bringing Bots to Local Businesses.

Most Read News:
Marriott’s revised cancellation policy, travel industry deeply disappointed.

Growth in mobile usage for hotel stays presents opportunity, challenge for hoteliers.

Serviced apartment operators embrace growth as they dare to be different.

Hotel online booking: monitoring of pricing practices of online travel agents.

Advertise with ...[Click for More]
Visit Unplugged Collection
 Related Articles  (Click title to read article)

 Latest News  (Click title to read article)

 Latest Articles  (Click title to read)

 Most Read Articles  (Click title to read)

~ Important Notice ~
Articles appearing on 4Hoteliers contain copyright material. They are meant for your personal use and may not be reproduced or redistributed. While 4Hoteliers makes every effort to ensure accuracy, we can not be held responsible for the content nor the views expressed, which may not necessarily be those of either the original author or 4Hoteliers or its agents.

© Copyright 4Hoteliers 2001-2017 ~ unless stated otherwise, all rights reserved.
You can read more about 4Hoteliers and our company here

Use of this web site is subject to our
terms & conditions of service and privacy policy