Hong Kong Hotel Market Challenged With Rising Labor, Distribution Costs

by Vera Lye, Contributing Editor, APAC | January 08, 2019

Rebecca Kwan, the first chairlady of the Hong Kong Hotels Association, has big plans amidst big challenges. But if anyone can take on this task, it would be Kwan. A veteran in the industry, Kwan was also given new responsibilities at Dorsett...

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Creating and Stimulating Demand In Europe

H-Hotels group is a family-owned hotel chain with around 60 hotels across Germany, Austria and Switzerland. The hotel group is poised to enter new markets in Europe, with plans to expand in Spain, Italy and Hungary. Its first property in Budapest...

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Hotels vs. OTAs: No Need to Go to the Mattresses

It is not uncommon that I speak to a fellow industry colleague on the hotel operations front that – sooner or later – we come across the topic of OTAs and distribution of flat, albeit seasonal contract rates. “Genius Program”, “wholesalers” and...

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Managing Through A Downturn – How Paris Returned To Full Strength

Tourism to Paris was greatly affected by the terror attacks in 2015 and 2016, yet 2017 saw the city enjoy a record year in terms of hotel arrivals, with 23.6 million visitors.

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