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What Drove This Hospitality Workforce Solutions Firm to Enter India - skift.com - South Korea - Vietnam - India - Thailand - Indonesia
skift.com
18.03.2024 / 12:47

What Drove This Hospitality Workforce Solutions Firm to Enter India

Frontline Performance Group, a firm specializing in hospitality workforce solutions,announced its entry into the Indian market last month.

Washington D.C. Is Targeting More Markets in India For Tourists - skift.com - China - Washington - city Washington - India - city Mumbai - city Delhi - city Chennai - city Hyderabad - county Elliott - city Ahmedabad
skift.com
16.03.2024 / 02:33

Washington D.C. Is Targeting More Markets in India For Tourists

Elliott Ferguson, CEO of Destination DC, knows what’s needed to boost Indian arrivals to the U.S. capital.

What Are the Top Travel Trends in Asia? Ask Skift - skift.com - Japan - China - Hong Kong - city Taipei - city Tokyo - Singapore - city Seoul - Vietnam - India - Thailand - Indonesia - city Shanghai - county Pacific - region Asia-Pacific
skift.com
15.03.2024 / 20:37

What Are the Top Travel Trends in Asia? Ask Skift

The Asia-Pacific region is expected to play a key role in the travel industry’s growth this year. Skift Research projected the region would see travel revenue jump 20% in 2024 from the previous year as outbound travel from China is expected to increase substantially.

Why Hilton Believes This is Going to Be Its Best Year in India - skift.com - India - city Mumbai
skift.com
15.03.2024 / 20:37

Why Hilton Believes This is Going to Be Its Best Year in India

Hilton is gearing up for what it believes will be its best year yet in India. Currently operating 26 hotels in India, Hilton is set to double its footprint in the country in the next 3 to 4 years.

Ritz Carlton in Saudi Set To Be One of the Most Expensive Hotels - skift.com - Saudi Arabia - Maldives - county Carlton - city Dubai - Marriott
skift.com
14.03.2024 / 18:59

Ritz Carlton in Saudi Set To Be One of the Most Expensive Hotels

$3,431: That’s how much it will cost to stay at the new Ritz-Carlton Reserve hotel in Saudi Arabia for a night. The super-exclusive, small key-count resort opens for bookings on May 26, hitting the market with the highest rates in the region.

Smaller Cities Driving Hotel Boom in India - skift.com - India - city Mumbai - city Delhi - city Small
skift.com
08.03.2024 / 21:29

Smaller Cities Driving Hotel Boom in India

The hospitality industry in India is undergoing a rapid expansion. According to data from real estate services firm JLL, a total of 131 hotels opened in the country between January and September 2023, with another 182 properties signed. That’s over 8,200 keys, with more than 16,000 in the pipeline. 

JW MARRIOTT CELEBRATES THE OPENING OF JW MARRIOTT ST. MAARTEN BEACH RESORT & SPA - breakingtravelnews.com - Netherlands
breakingtravelnews.com
08.03.2024 / 10:33

JW MARRIOTT CELEBRATES THE OPENING OF JW MARRIOTT ST. MAARTEN BEACH RESORT & SPA

JW Marriott, part of Marriott Bonvoy’s portfolio of over 30 extraordinary hotel brands, today announces the opening of the first Marriott International luxury hotel in St. Maarten: JW Marriott St. Maarten Beach Resort & Spa. Nestled in a tropical haven exuding multicultural charm, JW Marriott St. Maarten Beach Resort & Spa embodies the brand’s mindful ethos, offering travelers an enriching Caribbean retreat that nourishes the mind, body, and spirit. “JW Marriott St. Maarten Beach Resort & Spa marks our debut in this striking corner of the Caribbean, not only punctuating our incredible growth in the region, but also strengthening our global presence,” said Bruce Rohr, Vice President and Global Brand Leader, JW Marriott. “JW Marriott is committed to anchoring in premier destinations worldwide and this property seamlessly blends JW Marriott’s guiding wellness principles and luxury amenities, with locale-forward complements and tropical warmth closely in tow. We are poised to reimagine the hospitality landscape in St. Maarten and are eager to welcome guests to our newest jewel.”

Tripadvisor's Possible Sale - skift.com - city Berlin - Brazil - city Dublin - India - county Barry
skift.com
07.03.2024 / 10:03

Tripadvisor's Possible Sale

Good morning from Skift. It’s Thursday, March 7. Here’s what you need to know about the business of travel today.

Is India Safe for Female Travelers? - skift.com - Brazil - India
skift.com
06.03.2024 / 16:07

Is India Safe for Female Travelers?

A Brazilian tourist has accused seven men of gang rape in the Indian state of Jharkhand, once again raising questions about the safety of travel in India for women.

What's Driving India's Business Travel Recovery? - skift.com - China - Vietnam - India - county Pacific
skift.com
04.03.2024 / 16:23

What's Driving India's Business Travel Recovery?

India’s business travel spending is set to reach $38 billion this year, with a projected full recovery to pre-2019 spending levels by 2025, according to the Global Business Travel Association (GBTA).

What's Driving India's Premium Hotel Occupancy - India Report - skift.com - China - Qatar - India - Oman - Kazakhstan - city Dubai - city Doha
skift.com
28.02.2024 / 04:15

What's Driving India's Premium Hotel Occupancy - India Report

The pan-India premium hotel occupancy is estimated to reach decade highs of 70-72% in the coming fiscal year (2025), according to credit rating agency ICRA. The agency has also estimated that the Indian hotel industry will report revenue growth of 7-9% in 2024-2025. For the financial year ending on March 31, 2024, ICRA is expecting the industry revenue to grow 14-16%. 

Jumeirah CEO Katerina Giannouka Leaves the Hotel Group - skift.com - China - Uae - city Dubai
skift.com
27.02.2024 / 05:31

Jumeirah CEO Katerina Giannouka Leaves the Hotel Group

Katerina Giannouka has left Jumeirah Group one year into her time as CEO, confirms an internal document seen by Skift. The document is attributed to Jumeirah’s owning company Dubai Holding group CEO Amit Kaushal and was circulated to leaders in the organization.

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