Dawit Habtemariam
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Usa
tourism
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Paris 2024 Olympics
Dawit Habtemariam
Corinne Menegaux
France
city Paris
Usa
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Hilton Commercial Chief Talks Acquisition Spree - skift.com - city Las Vegas
skift.com
08.06.2024 / 14:35

Hilton Commercial Chief Talks Acquisition Spree

Hilton has been on a streak of acquiring hotel brands this year after going 16 years without buying any. Yet its commercial chief said that the hotel group hadn’t shifted from its decade-long corporate strategy.

Venice’s Tourism Chief Eyes Higher Entry Fee on Day-Trippers - skift.com - Italy - city Venice
skift.com
06.06.2024 / 16:05

Venice’s Tourism Chief Eyes Higher Entry Fee on Day-Trippers

Venice considers its entry fee for tourists an early success. A top official told Skift that in the next year the city could double the fee and charge it more often.

This Summer in Paris: More ‘Open’ Signs, Thanks to the Olympics - nytimes.com - France - city Paris - Britain - city London
nytimes.com
04.06.2024 / 09:42

This Summer in Paris: More ‘Open’ Signs, Thanks to the Olympics

Anyone who’s visited Paris in late July and August knows the word “fermé.” It adorns the darkened windows of chic indie boutiques and cozy bistros whose owners, along with other locals, have fled the city on their annual vacations.

When Is the Best Time to Visit Paris? - cntraveler.com - France - Luxembourg - city Paris - parish St. Martin
cntraveler.com
03.06.2024 / 22:47

When Is the Best Time to Visit Paris?

The question of when is the best time to visit Paris was answered by Audrey Hepburn in the 1963 classic Sabrina: “Paris is always a good idea.” A spring stroll through the Jardin du Luxembourg, a summer evening along the Canal Saint-Martin, a fall morning whiled away sur la terrasse avec un café, twinkling holiday markets in the winter—it all sounds so fabulous that one single trip can’t cover it all. But if you’re someone who strategizes around attending (or avoiding) big events in the French capital, or would like to cash in on prime deals for hotels and flights, there is of course a slight science to it all.

Why you should visit Provins, the UNESCO World Heritage Site 90 minutes from Paris - lonelyplanet.com - France - city Paris
lonelyplanet.com
03.06.2024 / 17:05

Why you should visit Provins, the UNESCO World Heritage Site 90 minutes from Paris

The fortified medieval town of Provins, just 92 km (57 mi) south-east of Paris, has barely changed since the 17th century. Now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, a million tourists visit every year to admire the town which was, in the 10th century, the third most important in the kingdom of France after Paris and Rouen.

Chase announces Paris Olympics perks for Sapphire Reserve cardholders - thepointsguy.com - France - city Paris
thepointsguy.com
30.05.2024 / 21:53

Chase announces Paris Olympics perks for Sapphire Reserve cardholders

If you're a Chase Sapphire Reserve® cardholder looking for more reasons to attend this year's Olympic Games, you just found them.

Norse Atlantic Airways cuts its new Miami to Paris route - thepointsguy.com - Los Angeles - Norway - France - Usa - New York - city London - city Miami - county Miami - county Charles
thepointsguy.com
30.05.2024 / 21:53

Norse Atlantic Airways cuts its new Miami to Paris route

Norse Atlantic Airways is cutting a route it launched with much fanfare back in December. The Norway-based airline confirmed to TPG that it will no longer operate its seasonal route from Miami to Paris.

Tourism CEOs: The Link Between Pay and Performance - skift.com - Usa - Canada - state Florida
skift.com
30.05.2024 / 15:25

Tourism CEOs: The Link Between Pay and Performance

Skift recently reviewed the pay for more than two dozen top bosses at U.S. destination marketing organizations (DMOs) and results varied widely: From less than $200,000 a year to more than $1.5 million — 14 made more than a half-million dollars in 2022, the most recent data available. 

Qatar Tourism is Becoming Reliant on Spikes and Mega Events - skift.com - France - city Paris - Qatar - city Dubai - city Doha
skift.com
29.05.2024 / 18:01

Qatar Tourism is Becoming Reliant on Spikes and Mega Events

The small Gulf nation of Qatar is relying heavily on events to keep its tourism sector going. During the FIFA World Cup in 2022, the country scrambled to open thousands of hotel rooms, which it now struggles to fill without similar mega-events.

How to Escape the Olympics in Paris This Summer - nytimes.com - France - city Paris
nytimes.com
29.05.2024 / 09:29

How to Escape the Olympics in Paris This Summer

Construction chaos, price hikes and now mandatory QR codes to walk some city streets: As the Olympics loom in Paris, many locals are already looking to escape the Games, and come July, will head to quieter parts of France.

Inside Air France's New La Première Airport Lounge in Paris - skift.com - France - Singapore - county Charles - city Paris, county Charles
skift.com
28.05.2024 / 18:21

Inside Air France's New La Première Airport Lounge in Paris

As the world’s most visited country, France is no stranger to welcoming tourists. But even by its own busy standards, 2023 was an absolute record-breaker. However, the dynamic will be slightly different this summer. 

Hotels sold out for the Olympics? Here’s where to stay instead - thepointsguy.com - France - city Paris
thepointsguy.com
27.05.2024 / 15:03

Hotels sold out for the Olympics? Here’s where to stay instead

You've probably already heard this, but the Olympics are coming to Paris this summer. If you are, too, you'll need someplace to stay.

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