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Jamaica’s Tourism Minister in talks with potential Israeli investors

Tourism Minister, Hon Edmund Bartlett says major hotel brands in Israel have expressed interest in investing in Jamaica and are expected to visit the...

Working with meeting & convention planners

Meeting & Convention Planners (MCPs) play a vital part of the tourism industry.   Not only do they often decide what community will receive a...

Restaurant workers in Nepal consider strike

Hotel and Restaurant Unions in Kathmandu, Nepal are demanding a rollback on a decision to delete a 10% service charge on restaurant bills. The Restaurant and...

Hotel history: The Grand on Mackinac Island still thriving after 132...

The "Grand" as it is called on the island, is a historic coastal resort with a spectacular 660-foot long, three-story high porch. Below this...

Hotels preparing for Chinese New Year travel rush

Chinese New Year, commonly known as Lunar New Year, is a Chinese festival that celebrates the beginning of a new year on the traditional...

Spanish investors on board with Jamaica training and pension scheme

The largest block of Spanish hoteliers and investors, Inverotel, has indicated they are fully on board with training through the Jamaica Centre of Tourism...

Unique hotels lead to successful guest experiences

The contemporary traveler sees a hotel more than just a place to sleep and take a shower. The hotel has become part of the...

What is challenging the hotel industry this year?

The increase in mobile traffic and the importance of metasearch engines, the emergence of voice searches and the need to respond to an always-connected...

Beverly Hills hosts annual Celebrate Tourism Breakfast

Yesterday, Beverly Hills Conference & Visitors Bureau (BHCVB) held a breakfast at the Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills for City business leaders, hoteliers and local...

Consumer trends that will shape hospitality industry in 2019 revealed

A new study, that reveals the top consumer trends that will shape the hospitality industry in 2019 and beyond, was released today. The hospitality...

Commercial demand helps European hotels’ profit growth in November

Demand from the commercial segment accounted for more than 40 percent of accommodated roomnights in November and helped fuel a 5.2-percent year-on-year increase in...

A tale of two Jamaicas: Jamaicas tourism reality is love for...

Providing a secure and safe Jamaica for tourists is a top priority by Edmund Bartlett, the current minister of tourism. Dr. Peter Tarlow was...

Hotel history: Hotel Bossert once owned by Jehovah’s Witnesses

The Hotel Bossert was built in 1909 by Louis Bossert, a Brooklyn lumber magnate, as a residential hotel in Brooklyn Heights. The historic 14-story,...

UK hotels: Second consecutive month of profit growth in November

Building on October’s GOPPAR gains, UK hotels successfully produced a second consecutive month of profit growth in November, positioning hotels in the region to...

Poland’s domestic tourism boomed in 2018

2018 was a good year for Poland's hospitality sector. According to the latest data, majority of Poles chose to vacation in the country this...

Bangladesh Election Fear: Empty hotels in high tourist season

The peak season for Bangladesh tourism is now, but Bangladesh tourists spots like Cox's Bazar are deserted. The Asian country's tourism sector has been hit hard due to the prevailing uncertainty and unrest created. The reason is the upcoming national election on Sunday.

Hotel history: Mary Elizabeth Jane Colter

Mary Elizabeth Jane Colter was a pioneering American woman architect and interior designer whose distinct architectural knowledge was steeped in the culture and landscape of the Southwest.

Luxury hotels: The best and the worst

Twelve experienced and discerning researchers brought this year’s inside track on global luxury hotel openings.

Local farmers earn over $39 million from tourism

The Jamaica Tourism Agri-Linkages Exchange (ALEX) pilot project has assisted 400 local farmers with the marketing of approximately 360,000 kg of agricultural produce valued at over $39 million.

India hotel chain: Federation of Hotel & Restaurant Associations claims invalid

India’s hotel chain OYO believes claims made by the Federation of Hotel & Restaurant Associations of India (FHRAI) are invalid.

Hotel industry: Saying goodbye to 2018, ready for strong 2019

With the year coming to an end, Hotelbeds has prepared some testimonials about 2018, with insights about how the year has been for the...

Experts discuss the future of hospitality industry driven by technology in...

HITEC Dubai 2018, the Middle East’s largest hospitality technology exhibition and conference, endorsed by Dubai Tourism and co-produced by Hospitality Financial and Technology Professionals...

Profit slide continues for Middle East & North Africa hotels

Waning revenues and rising costs have conspired to hobble profit per room at hotels in the Middle East & North Africa, as GOPPAR in...

Skål India’s newest club makes its debut

Skål International India’s President, Ranjini Nambiar, announced the opening of its 12th club under the name of Skål International Srinagar.

Hoteliers bet on booming Africa

New research out this week from Lagos-based W Hospitality Group reveals that the hotel industry is betting big on a boom in Africa over the coming years.
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