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Rotana signs Qatar, continues robust Middle East expansion, two cities and a colossus – too big to fail? and micro markets & the future of hotels in new normal.
Rotana signs Qatar, continues robust Middle East expansion Friday, 24th September 2021
Hospitality group development plans remain on track, with the signing of 7 hotels to date this year and strengthens its presence in Qatar, inks a new project under its two brands Arjaan Hotel Apartments and The Residences by Rotana.
Rotana announced at the Arabian & African Hospitality Investment Conference (AHIC) the signing of a new project with Bin Al Sheikh Holding Group >> The Hotel Demand Pulse: August 2021 24 Sep 2021 : Demand for travel was again at a high point for the year in the month of August in the US, with Labor Day demand peaking in the days leading up to the holiday weekend >> Hotelbeds enters new partnership with Visit Finland 24 Sep 2021 : The campaign will target Hotelbeds' broad network of travel trade buyers based in the US and will highlight the many attractions Finland has to offer as a destination to drive in-bound US tourism >> Two cities and a colossus – Too big to fail? 24 Sep 2021 : The last week meted out very different fates to the two Special Administration Regions on both sides of the Pearl River Delta >>
Micro Markets & The Future of Hotels in New Normal Friday, 24th September 2021
As we look to the year ahead, we had a conversation with Prashanth Rao Aroor, Board Director at IntelliStay Hotels and Founder at The Avatar Hotel, to explore how he and his team will run the the hotel business differently in the context of Indian travel market, and what he expects from the years ahead >> Big Data Challenges Holding Companies Back Businesses are looking at how to better tap the potential of big data and proptech as data is becoming an indispensable aspect of decision making in commercial real estate >> The Art of Upselling Hotels can increase their revenue in various ways – most obviously by attracting new customers. However, this can be costly and time-consuming. An increasingly popular alternative is upselling, whereby existing customers are persuaded to spend more on an already agreed transaction >> In case you've missed it: Global eNews of September 23, 2021 Marriott announces ambition to go Net-Zero, STR data for Australia, Dubai & London hotels and power shifts to travel apps >>
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