Luxury Is Dead, Long Live Luxury

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hotelnewsresource.com
1/2/2018


Executives and key decision makers from hundreds of firms in the luxury market recently gathered at the Time Warner Center on Columbus Circle in New York City to gain insights into issues facing luxury providers across multiple categories at the sixth annual Luxury FirstLook 2018: Exclusivity Redefined conference. Exploring a range of topics including advertising, marketing, retail, media, Internet, social, mobile and geopolitics, the event is organized by Luxury Daily as a forum for luxury business issues, opportunities, and challenges in the year ahead.

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Deloitte Releases 2018 Travel and Hospitality Industry Outlook

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24/1/2018

Travel and tourism is one of the world’s fastest-growing sectors, with bookings hitting close to $1.6 trillion in 2017.1 A strengthening global economy lies at the heart of industry growth. Each year, the global traveler pool is flooded with millions of new consumers from both emerging and developed markets, many with rising disposable incomes and a newfound ability to experience the world.

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Spanish Hotel Market: SiteMinder Analysis Finds Online Hotel Bookings Have Doubled in Five Years

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January 2018

A country analysis by the global hotel industry’s leading cloud platform, SiteMinder, has revealed online hotel bookings in Spain have virtually doubled over the past five years. The finding is based on data from Euromonitor International, which reports that hotels in the world’s most tourist-ready economy earned €7.3 billion from bookings made through the Internet in 2017 – or, 98 percent more than the €3.7 billion registered from Internet-based hotel bookings in 2012.

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Six Ways to Design a Winning Guest Experience

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23/1/2018
By JLL Real Views


Even grand can be bland for today’s experience-driven hotel guests, who prefer unique amenities and good connectivity over sheer aesthetics.

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White Paper | Selective Indulgence: The Changing Market for Premium Travel

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November 2017
L.E.K. Consulting


Not long ago “traveling in style” simply meant first-class transportation, plush accommodations, and dining nightly at five-star restaurants. It was an aspiration that few could ever hope to achieve. But according to the L.E.K. 2017 Luxury Travel Study — a survey of nearly two thousand U.S. travelers — that has begun to change.

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