Exclusive: YOTEL talks Australian expansion
HM sits down with YOTEL Chief Executive, Hubert Viriot, to dissect the company’s push into Australia via its rece
Rethink needed on accessible tourism: Travability
Hotels and the wider tourism industry are being urged to open their thinking when it comes to catering for handicap
Accor tops 1100 hotels in Asia-Pacific
Accor has opened its 1100th hotel in Asia Pacific, bringing the group’s network in the region to more than 210,00
HMTV exclusive: inside the luxurious St Regis Hong Kong, Marriott’s 7000th hotel
HM goes inside the luxurious St Regis Hong Kong, one of the hottest new hotels in the world and a benchmark for the
Marriott International unveils home rentals brand
The hotel giant has unveiled its weapon to join the fight for a share of the residential home rental market.
Accor posts massive 34.2 per cent Q1 revenue jump
The hospitality giant said the result reflects ongoing strong growth during a period of transformation.
Expedia Group to acquire initial stakeholder Liberty
The world’s largest travel company will emerge as its own entity after two decades under the watch of its primary
The Ascott Limited to open select-service hotel brand
The short-stay Citadines Connect brand will make its regional debut in Sydney.
Hotel associations praise Expedia rate parity waiver
Now urging Booking.com to do the same as it keeps a careful watch over implementation of the amended contracts.
Expedia takes first step to end rate parity clauses
The company has acted to waive its narrow-rate parity MFN clause in all lodging partner contracts, effective immedi
Marriott to add nearly 300,000 new rooms by 2021
The company outlined an aggressive growth plan for the period to end-of-2021.
Marriott racing for the chequered flag with Mercedes
The hotel giant’s expanded partnership with the world champion team opens up some unique experiences for Bonvoy m
Sheraton solidifies brand transformation with new logo
The redesigned ‘S’ aims to celebrate Sheraton’s history and exciting future.
Marriott says it’s unsure where cyber threat originated
Global CEO Arne Sorenson declined to directly link the attack to China.