The routines of UK business travellers have been revealed, shedding light on what employees are doing during their downtime from out of office duties.
A luxury cat hotel group has expanded its presence with a new five-star branch, satisfying cat owners by offering their pets the paw-fect time away from home.
With enough money to have a taste for the finer things in life, countless celebrities have been keen to share their passion for wining and dining as hospitality entrepreneurs.
When it comes to travelling abroad or to a previously undiscovered destination for a work trip, there are several ways in which you can make the most of the opportunity.
New hospitality brand CitySuites sought to spread some seasonal cheer, and awareness of its luxury serviced apartments, by using a festive flash mob to reach business travellers.
With the bank holiday weekend ahead, Barclays has found British SMEs operating in hospitality sectors are experiencing impressive growth as holidaymakers nationwide opt for getaways on UK soil and spend an increasing amount in the process.
Westminster City Council has approved Hollywood star Robert De Niro’s plans to open a luxury 83-room boutique hotel, The Wellington, in London’s Covent Garden.
The Hilton brand is instantly recognisable for its global chain of hotels, but Paris Hilton is determined to shake off her birthright and forge her own hospitality niche in some of the most glamorous cities in the world.
Dubai’s Burj Al Arab Jumeirah – dubbed the “world’s most luxurious hotel” – has opened a private outdoor leisure facility, which marks a global first in hotel construction, that results in a 10,000 metre squared area “pushing boundaries of hospitality”.
With news that business travel spending is on the rise – due to prices, not more business activity – one would think cutting expenses in terms of accommodation would be the way to go. It turns out that spending more is far better.
Last week, I experienced one of my biggest annoyances. I walked into the lobby of my hotel, where I’d booked a room online. I’d already provided all my personal information – my address, my credit card, everything – but when I arrived to check in, they didn’t have any of these details.
The world's largest hotel firm, which boasts more than 5,500 venues and 1.1m rooms worldwide, has been created as Marriott has acquired Starwood Hotels & Resorts for $12.2bn.