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Ask Skift: What Are Gen Z's Travel Habits? - skift.com - Germany - Australia - Britain - Usa - Canada - city New York - county Miami - city Madrid
skift.com
24.05.2024 / 15:19

Ask Skift: What Are Gen Z's Travel Habits?

Generation Z — people born between 1997 and 2012 — is a large market in the travel industry. Skift Research revealed in a January report that 75% of Gen Z travelers in the U.S., U.K., and Germany had taken two or more trips during the previous 12 months.

Corporate Travel, Weddings Drive Strong Quarter For Indian Hotels - skift.com - India - Jordan
skift.com
23.05.2024 / 04:27

Corporate Travel, Weddings Drive Strong Quarter For Indian Hotels

The Indian hotel sector delivered a strong first quarter due to an increase in corporate travel and weddings, real estate services company JLL shared in its Hotel Momentum India report. 

The Mirage Hotel Las Vegas Is Shutting Down This Summer - forbes.com - city Las Vegas - state Florida - state Indiana - county Rock - city Hollywood
forbes.com
21.05.2024 / 21:43

The Mirage Hotel Las Vegas Is Shutting Down This Summer

The Mirage—the iconic tropical-themed hotel on the Las Vegas Strip that’s known for its nightly volcano shows and its lucky casino floor—is shutting down on July 17. Rising from its volcanic ashes in spring 2027 will be a 700-foot guitar-shaped Hard Rock hotel.

Revenue of Indian Airport Operators to Top 15% - India Report - skift.com - India
skift.com
21.05.2024 / 03:43

Revenue of Indian Airport Operators to Top 15% - India Report

The revenue of Indian airport operators is expected to increase by 15% to 17% in the 2024-25 financial year, according to credit rating agency ICRA. The agency added that the overall air passenger traffic in India in 2024-25 will grow by 8% to 11%, with 407 million to 418 million air passengers.

Hotel Fee Wars: Why Marriott and Hilton's Growth Isn't Equal - skift.com - Marriott
skift.com
20.05.2024 / 23:51

Hotel Fee Wars: Why Marriott and Hilton's Growth Isn't Equal

Marriott and Hilton appear to be neck-and-neck in the race to expand their footprints and loyalty programs. But if you look at the more important metric of fees earned for services they provided hotel owners, you’ll see Marriott far ahead.

Quick Points: 3 reasons you need a credit card with your favorite hotel brand - thepointsguy.com - Usa
thepointsguy.com
20.05.2024 / 15:33

Quick Points: 3 reasons you need a credit card with your favorite hotel brand

Many consumers only want to have a few credit cards. But even if you don't want a wallet full of top travel cards, it's likely worth getting and keeping a cobranded hotel credit card with your favorite hotel loyalty program.

H World's Ji Hotels: Chinese Brand Is Heading to Saudi and UAE - skift.com - China - Saudi Arabia - India - Uae - county Gulf - city Dubai - city Riyadh - city Jeddah
skift.com
17.05.2024 / 12:17

H World's Ji Hotels: Chinese Brand Is Heading to Saudi and UAE

As Chinese travel into the Middle East continues to increase, one of the country’s largest hotel operators sees an opportunity. While it’s not as commonly known in the West, H World is a giant in the hotel industry, with around 9,300 hotels and close to one million rooms across the world.

How This Thai Resort Hopes to Attract Indian Travelers - skift.com - India - Thailand - city Bangkok
skift.com
14.05.2024 / 09:05

How This Thai Resort Hopes to Attract Indian Travelers

In theory, Pimalai Resort and Spa in Thailand’s Krabi province checks all the boxes for Indian tourists. But the majority of the travelers limit their visit to Bangkok and Phuket, owner Charintip Tiyaphorn told Skift. 

What's Driving International Gains For Indian Airlines? - skift.com - India - Uae - city Mumbai - city Delhi - county Campbell - city Bangalore - Marriott
skift.com
08.05.2024 / 07:23

What's Driving International Gains For Indian Airlines?

Indian airlines will account for half of the country’s international passenger traffic by the 2027-28 financial year, according to a report by credit rating agency CRISIL Ratings. That’s up from 43% this fiscal year, with India’s international passenger traffic at around 70 million.

In Paris and Beyond, 6 Sumptuous European Hotels - nytimes.com - France - Greece - city Paris - city Rome - parish St. James
nytimes.com
07.05.2024 / 11:21

In Paris and Beyond, 6 Sumptuous European Hotels

If you’re planning to attend the Paris Olympics and see a bit of Europe this summer, you have a variety of plush new hotels from which to choose (though they’re likely to fill up quickly). Whether you’re going to the Games or simply going on vacation, you’ll find fresh boutique properties in Paris and many more that are an easy flight away, be it to the French Riviera, Rome, or fittingly, an island in Greece, the birthplace of the ancient games.

India's Sarovar Hotels Has a New Playbook - skift.com - India - Nepal - city Nairobi - Zimbabwe - city Mumbai - Ethiopia - city Delhi - city Jaipur - Uganda
skift.com
06.05.2024 / 06:53

India's Sarovar Hotels Has a New Playbook

Indian hotel chain Sarovar Hotels and Resorts managing director Ajay Bakaya has a big hurdle to cross: maintaining the quality that his hotels have historically offered. Sarovar is one of the fastest-growing hotel chains in India. The company has opened seven hotels so far this year and is looking at opening another eight to 12.

What IHCL's 4th Hotel in Varanasi Says About India's Religious Tourism Boom - skift.com - India
skift.com
03.05.2024 / 14:47

What IHCL's 4th Hotel in Varanasi Says About India's Religious Tourism Boom

Indian Hotels Company (IHCL) announced the signing of a fourth hotel in Varanasi, a 101-key Ginger hotel. It currently has two Taj Hotels and a SeleQtions hotel (as part of the Tree of Life conversion) in Varanasi, a city with deep cultural and religious significance.

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