AKARYN Hotel Group, one of Thailand’s home-grown luxury boutique hotel specialist, has become one of the first Asian hospitality companies to catch the cycling bug, as it launches a series of fully-equipped bicycle tourism adventures through the spectacular scenery of Southern Thailand.
Hotelbeds, one of the world’s leading business to business bedbank, had confirmed, ahead of its MarketHub Americas event, it has 43,000 uniquely contracted hotels in the Americas region, including North, Central and South America.
Minor Hotels has announced the launch of a new multimedia careers portal featuring a world of opportunities across its portfolio of brands to attract the best and brightest individuals in the hospitality business.
Family owned and operated global luxury lifestyle and hospitality brand, announces the appointment of Vinicio Alberelli as head of global operations of Nikki Beach Hotels & Resorts, leading the division’s plans for the upcoming years of business.
Marriott International announced it expects to add 19 new properties and more than 3,000 rooms to its Middle East and Africa (MEA) portfolio in this year.
UAE-headquartered TIME Hotels has announced the opening of its new Central Reservations Office (CRO) in Egypt as part of the company’s overall growth strategy to expand its footprint across the Middle East and North Africa.
Hampton by Hilton, the largest brand in the Hilton portfolio, continues to lead the way in the upper-midscale segment, closing out the fourth quarter of 2018 with dozens of new openings around the world and the largest pipeline in brand history.
Centara Hotels & Resorts, one of Thailand’s leading hotel operator, has revealed that it is on track to achieve its strategic vision, which includes the goal of doubling its global hotel portfolio by 2022.
Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants announced its first property in Montana, an adaptive reuse scheduled to open in Bozeman early in 2020.
Thomas Grundner talks to Travel Trade MENA about hotel upgrades, hotel openings and environmental initiatives.