Thailand’s leading hotel operator pushes forward with international expansion plans to become a top 100 global hotel operator within five years.
Hotel management, in many ways, is an art form; it requires the right mix and balance of technology and industry trends. You cannot randomly pick up a technology and pray with closed eyes for it to work. Managing a hotel requires meticulously planning and investment in breakthrough technologies to deliver above customers’ expectations.
New book gives hoteliers the latest tools to prosper in this rapidly evolving period. While analyzing the current trends and looking at how the coronavirus has affected every operation, it also examines what underscores modern guest behavior and how best to appeal to customers so that you can maximize revenue at any property.
The hotels that can reconfigure their human resources will be best placed once tourism starts its long road to recovery. The new normal is that no one employee, including heads of departments and directors, should be pigeonholed.
COVID – 19 has attacked and crisis is looking through the door. How to stay afloat without tarnishing the brand you have built over the years? What are the smart ways to manage your hotel during this crisis? How did we recover when something similar hit the industry in the past? Here are some smart tips.
Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group has announced that it will manage a luxury hotel in Dallas, Texas. The project, which will also feature branded residences, is scheduled to open in 2022.
Goldman will oversee the operation of the 16 hotels managed by Mereté and will oversee two hotel projects in Bend, OR that are currently in development.
Introducing world-renowned hotel brand on Phuket’s stunning sunset coast
Blue Mountains International Hotel Management School shares with us lessons learned from their Alumni Mentoring Program.