STR’s hotel pipeline data for the U.S. showed 1,563 projects accounting for 205,299 rooms in construction as of October 2019. This represented a 5.5% year-over-year increase in the number of rooms in the final phase of the development pipeline.
The latest research by the Coordenadas Institute for Governance and Applied Economics highlights the company’s commitment to technology and big data in its business strategy.
The KataKaron Business Association made up of local hotel and resorts signs MOU bringing both public and private sectors together for the benefit of the environment and the local community.
The 2020 Virtuoso Luxe Report, an annual survey of the global luxury travel network’s 20,000 travel advisors around the world, highlights insights and observations for travel in the year ahead.
Trip.com Group has announced a strategic partnership with the Cuban Ministry of Tourism, with the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), witnessed by Cuban Minister of Tourism Mr. Manuel Marrero Cruz and Trip.com Group CMO Mr. Sun Bo.
The release of the annual Australian Accommodation Monitor for the Financial year, highlights key challenges across the regulated tourism accommodation sector with a softening of performance across all capital cities.
High-end offerings account for nearly half of the hotels set to be built in major Australian cities over the next five years, as the industry looks to capitalise on luxury travel.