Ian Schrager Believes Luxury Isn’t Just for Rich People Anymore

Imprimir

robbreport.com
by Jackie Caradonio
5/6/2018


Ian Schrager is rarely indifferent. The founder of the legendary nightclub Studio 54 and the mastermind behind some of hospitality’s most enduring hotels has reinvented his industry enough times to know that trends are fleeting—and rules were meant to be broken. Now, 34 years after opening his first hotel, the godfather of hospitality is taking a look at the changing face of luxury travel. Robb Report sat down with the innovator to find out how the modern hotel was born—and where its founder will take it in the future.

Leer más...

The Newest Hotels in Los Angeles Are Redefining Luxury Travel

Imprimir

Hannah Elliot, Bloomberg
14/5/2018


Los Angeles has many faces.The time and effort required to brave its famously sluggish traffic means that, for many visitors, the place they choose to stay determines the flavor of their experience.

Leer más...

How Much of a Threat to Hotels is Airbnb?

Imprimir

By Inès Blal, Executive Dean at Ecole Hôtelière de Lausanne
11/5/2018


Since the entry of Airbnb into the hospitality industry in 2008, media attention has largely focused on the disruptive nature of the service. Industry reports, as well as lively debates at hotel, travel and tourism conferences, have kept the spotlight on Airbnb's growth and success. But despite all this attention, we still know little about its real impact on hotel sales.

Leer más...

Putting Your Hotel at the Forefront of Innovation

Imprimir

16/4/2018
By Magnus Friberg, CEO & President of Zaplox


These days, travel is anything but 'standard'. With the steady rise in boutique hotels, unique accommodations, innovative technology, luxury travel brands and a personalized guest experience, the hospitality industry has evolved into a truly exciting landscape.

Leer más...

Why Every Flagged Hotel Should Be Rethinking Instagram

Imprimir

tambourine.com
8/3/2018

Flagged hotels enjoy an established presence in the global marketplace and the trust that goes along with that. But… despite the common misconception that the brand is entirely responsible for driving every flagged property’s bookings, successful hotel marketing is a joint effort at both the brand and property level.

Leer más...