Traveller in the future will want to be connected, but they will not be looking for a handshake or another type of physical experience; their preferred connection is digital. Quick, smooth and done already.
Moon-walking mini-breaks, 3D-printed room service and hyper-personalized spaces: Welcome to the hotel of 2119
Hilton releases future-gazing report to mark its 100th anniversary
New research study, Drivers of Change in Hospitality, explores the changes we can expect as guest insight, technology optimization and the ability to hyper-personalize take effect. Informed by over 7,500 consumers worldwide and industry experts, the study identifies three trends that the sector must respond to meet the needs of the consumer of the future.
TomorrowÕs leaders will be drivers of disruptiveness, with a humbler leadership style. They need to be confident enough to share their power with others. By Frank Gueuning & Annick Darioly Carroz
In recent years, chefs have transitioned from innovators to instructors. Blue collar cooks are now white-knight advocates. As chefs continue to step out of the kitchens and into the spotlight, how will their public personas evolve?
The Amadeus report unveils six categories of “Traveler Tribes” that are set to emerge or grow based around traveler desires, needs and behaviors instead of traditional demographics such as gender or age.