Global Newsletter: December 11, 2019
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Wednesday, 11th December 2019

Hong Kong to maintain its position as top city destination despite decline in arrivals, Hyatt plans more than 20 new hotels and highs and lows of social media for hotels.

Hong Kong to maintain its position as top city destination despite decline in arrivals
Wednesday, 11th December 2019

This year’s 'Top 100 City Destinations 2019' report covering the world’s leading cities ranked by international tourist arrivals, shows that 5 out of the top 10 most visited cities in 2018 are in Asia Pacific, with Hong Kong listed as the most visited city in the world, followed by Bangkok.

Global inbound arrivals are expected to grow by 4.2% to 1.47 billion trips in 2019, with the top 100 cities covering nearly 47% of global arrivals >>

Hyatt plans more than 20 new hotels by the End of 2020
11 Dec 2019 : Five new Park Hyatt hotels expected to open as the brand celebrates its 40th anniversary and The Unbound Collection by Hyatt continues to see strong growth in Europe >>

Anantara debuts in North Africa
11 Dec 2019 : Anantara Hotels, Resorts & Spas makes its debut this month in North Africa with the opening of Anantara Tozeur Resort in the southwest of Tunisia >>


The Highs and Lows of Social Media for Hotels
Wednesday, 11th December 2019

There are more than a few hoteliers who pine for the days before social media and it isn’t that they don’t appreciate the raw promotional fuel that social media can provide, or the ability to freely broadcast a hotel’s amenities or brand message to anyone in the world. The issue appears more around the lack of control that hoteliers now have >>

Chinese Guests in Alpine Destinations
Switzerland has been one of the early winners among European destinations in Chinese outbound tourism, already in 2012 more than half a million Chinese visited the country, in 2015 the best result was achieved with more than 1.1 million guests >>

You Shouldn’t Have Told Me That
There are certain things employees should never say to a customer. How do they learn what not to say? Training. But the real goal of training isn’t to teach employees about specific things to share or not share with customers >>

In case you've missed it: Global eNews of December 10, 2019
Louvre Hotels Group redesigned Golden Tulip product, Sri Lanka’s first internationally developed and managed mixed-use project, building blocks of direct sales and discovering your hotel’s brand & niche >>

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