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Categories Corporate Travel

How hotels are adapting to the new habits of corporate travelers

The rapid rise of the millennial business traveler has led to a shift in priorities and habits in the corporate travel world. Like leisure travelers, the newest generation of business travelers crave options. And, when it comes to lodging, they want to book into hotels that match their preferences. Whether they travel for work or … Continue reading How hotels are adapting to the new habits of corporate travelers

Imagining the hotel of the future as a communal space

The hotel of the future is not about robotic concierges or a room full of high-tech gadgets to control lights and blinds. Instead, it’s about experiences. Hoteliers are adapting and designing their spaces to accommodate travelers’ new habits, increasingly blurring the lines between hospitality, retail and entertainment. The rise of AirBnB has proven that travelers … Continue reading Imagining the hotel of the future as a communal space

Categories On the Road

Top tips to get 8 hours of sleep every day during business trips

Can’t sleep during business trips? Can’t sleep in hotels? Traveling for business frequently diminishes our energy, quickly weakens our bodies, and in the long term affects our health. Even before we arrive to our destination, we must overcome endless lines at airport security, taxi rides, hotel check-ins while often running on a fast inadequate meal … Continue reading Top tips to get 8 hours of sleep every day during business trips

Categories Corporate Travel

2017 hotel forecasts: will your hotel costs increase?

With so much uncertainty in the world at the moment, sparked by US elections and of course BREXIT among other factors, predicting how the travel industry will respond, and whether 2017 hotel prices will increase, is difficult. Perhaps most easy to calculate is the leisure industry, as specific destinations grow in popularity at the replacement … Continue reading 2017 hotel forecasts: will your hotel costs increase?