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Hilton builds third luxury hotel in Kyoto

Hilton has announced that it will soon begin a project to build a new hotel in Kyoto. It will be located in the heart of the city, in the prestigious area of Sanjo-Kawaramachi. Guests will be able to easily reach all areas of... Read further

Saudi Arabia to Open 38 Hotels in Diriyah

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has ambitious plans regarding the historic city of Diriyah that is located only 15 minutes from the central part of Riyadh. Saudi Arabia plans to spend as much as US$50.6 billion on this project. A... Read further

Expo 2020 in Dubai Was Visited by More Than 7 Million Visitors

The total number of visits to Expo 2020 in Dubai reached 7,167,591 by 20 December, which is a solid result taking into consideration the decline in global tourism due to COVID-19. Organizers of this exceptional event did their... Read further

Preferred to Open 9 New Hotels in 2022

Next year is going to be active for Preferred Hotel & Resorts, the largest independent hotel brand in the world. The company is going to open 9 new hotels in different parts of the world. Each of these unique hotels, resorts, and... Read further

Thailand Relaxes Its COVID-19 Policy

Starting from 16 December, Thailand launches its new ‘smart control and living with COVID-19’ policy that makes it even easier for foreign travelers to enter the country. The rules also relax nationwide requirements... Read further

The First Luxury Resort Opens on the World Islands in Dubai

Tomorrow, the World Islands in Dubai will welcome its first hotel – the five-star Anantara World Islands Dubai Resort. The World Islands is an ambitious project consisting of 300 man-made islands approximately four... Read further

ON Residence to Open a Hotel in Thessaloniki in 2022

Next year, one of the most anticipated hotels in Thessaloniki will welcome its first guests. TOR Hotel Group and Grivalia Hospitality partnered together to open ON Residence in the beautiful Greek city. Expected to start... Read further

IHG Debuts With Its New Brand Vignette Collection in Europe

IHG Hotels & Resorts continues active expansion of its newest brand Vignette Collection and announces first European properties. The company will partner with JJW Hotels & Resorts (JJW) and open two hotels in Europe,... Read further

European Countries Introduce New PCR Requirements

The emergence of the new Omicron variant of COVID-19 forced many European countries to tighten arrival requirements. Starting from December 7th, travelers arriving in the UK will need to take a pre-departure test (LFD or... Read further

The UK Reveals the Number of Tourists That are Expected to Visit the Country During Christmas

UKinbound, the leading travel association in the UK, has released its new report regarding the number of international tourists that are likely to arrive for the festive season. Unfortunately, the COVID-19 pandemic remains the... Read further

Radisson Opens a Hotel in Tianjin

Radisson continues its expansion in China, this time bringing an upscale hotel to Tianjin, one of the most important ports in the country. Located in the central part of Tianjin, the new hotel is perfectly suitable for business... Read further

Vilnius, Lithuania, Officially Starts the 2021 Holiday Season

Christmas is traditionally one of the best times to visit Europe because the festive period is famous for its unforgettable charm and magic. Despite COVID regulations, European capitals start holiday markdowns and roll out... Read further

Asia Pacific Countries Impose New Travel Restrictions Because of Omicron

The new variant of COVID-19 – Omicron – has put the entire tourism industry at risk once again. More and more countries are already imposing new travel restrictions or considering them in attempts to stop the spread of... Read further

IHG Will Debut With its Kimpton Hotel Brand in Hungary

IHG is bringing Kimpton Hotels and Restaurants, the company’s boutique luxury brand, to Hungary. Here, IHG will open the first Kimpton hotel in Budapest. Set to greet its first guests at the start of 2025, the new hotel... Read further

A British Hotel Chain Offers a Paid Christmas Market Tester Job

Premier Inn, a popular British hotel chain, is offering an interesting job for the approaching festive season. In attempts to find something interesting and new for customers of its hotels in London, Dublin, Birmingham, and other... Read further

Malaysia Announces Plans to Reopen Its Borders for Fully Vaccinated Travelers

The National Recovery Council of Malaysia made a proposal to reopen the country’s borders for fully vaccinated travelers by January 1, 2022. Prior to this initiative, the country plans to make certain destinations of... Read further

Six Senses to Open a Hotel in Lisbon in 2025

To continue its urban development plans, Six Senses searches for majestic and breathtaking locations in the most iconic cities around the world. Excellent quality, sustainable design, authentic guest experiences, and focus on... Read further

How the Pandemic Has Changed Travel Trends – a Report by Hilton

In a newly published report, Hilton studies the hottest travel trends and identifies how the COVD-19 pandemic has changed them. The document titled “The 2022 Traveler: Emerging Trends and the Redefined Traveler” once... Read further

A Hotel in London City Airport Greets Its First Guests

Starting from this month, travelers who use London City Airport have a place to relax or meet other people with comfort as the first Courtyard by Marriott Hotel in Central London has opened its doors. The 184-room property is the... Read further

Major Travel Trends in 2022

As this year is slowly nearing its end, more companies publish their predictions about the major travel trends in 2022. While it is still uncertain whether all travel restrictions will be lifted and international travel will... Read further

Top European Cities Hold Their Positions Despite COVID-19 Restrictions

City tourism has always been an important part of the European economy. For years, major EU cities benefited from the constant flow of travelers but the pandemic changed the usual lifestyle of the region. Without a doubt, 2020... Read further

Radisson to Open Two New Resorts in Italy

Radisson Hotel Group will soon open two hotels in Italy that will be operating under the company’s brand, Radisson Individuals. These are a hotel in Syracuse, Sicily, and one more hotel in Alagna Valsesia, Piedmont. Both... Read further

Cambodia Opens Its Borders for Tourists in November

Good news for travelers worldwide – Cambodia plans to reopen for guests by November 2021. This country in Southeast Asia has a successful vaccination program that has made it possible to resume tourism. Phom Penh hotels, for... Read further

More Destinations in Thailand to be Available Starting from October

The launch of the Sandbox program was a big hit in Thailand, and so no wonder why the government decided to expand the initiative and add more destinations available to foreign guests. Initially, Phuket was the only resort open... Read further

Red Carnation Opens Its First Hotel in Scotland

The Edinburgh hotel scene is soon to have another prominent addition. Red Carnation is about to launch its first project in Scotland and make the Tollman’s family wish to showcase the heritage and exquisite charm of the... Read further

The Largest Observation Wheel in the World Opens in Dubai

Dubai is known for its list of world-breaking landmarks but here is another reason to book a trip to this wonderful place. Ain Dubai, the largest and tallest observation wheel in the world, will start working on 21 October 2021.... Read further

W Hotels Adds One More Hotel in China

W Hotels International, Marriott Group, continues its strategic expansion in China and opens a hotel in Changsha, the biggest city in Hunan province and its capital. With this opening, W Hotels marks its presence in Central... Read further

Manchester Airport Gets a Hotel

Hotels near airports are comfortable for a number of reasons. They are great for short-term travelers, visitors to various meetings and events, and active guests who do not like staying at one hotel. The new hotel in Manchester... Read further

New Elite Scotch Club Opens in the Balmoral Hotel in Edinburgh

The Balmoral hotel in Edinburgh, which is a part of the Rocco Forte Collection, has announced the opening of the new Scotch Club. The venue was developed in collaboration with The Macallan, a company that delivers premium and... Read further

Anantara to Open a Hotel in Ubud, Bali

Anantara Hotels, Resorts, and Spas continues its expansion on the Indonesian island of Bali. This time, the famous hotelier will open a hotel in Ubud, which is set to start operating in the middle of 2022. This is going to be the... Read further

Germany Improves Its Leading Position as a Travel Destination in Europe

Germany has always been popular with fans of cultural travel but recent additions to the UNESCO World Heritage sites will only draw more attention to the country. This will certainly attract more guests to hotels in Baden-Baden,... Read further

Radisson Opens Its First RED Hotel in Central London

While London’s hospitality industry is experiencing problems due to the lack of guests, new hotels keep opening and the recent addition of the RED London Greenwich The O2 only proves this. This hotel in central London is... Read further

Oman Reopens Its Borders in September

Traveling to Oman has become easier now. The country has lifted the travel ban from 18 countries and adopted new rules that become valid on September 1, 2021. Now, not only Omani citizens and residents but also tourists with... Read further

England Reveals Its Most Visited Attractions in 2020

VisitEngland published its list of the most popular and visited attractions last year. The ranking is divided into two categories, namely, paid attractions and attractions that are free to visit. It is also interesting to compare... Read further

China’s Pipeline is Growing

It looks like the pandemic has had very little impact on the hotel construction plans in China. The country’s hotel pipeline keeps growing, currently reaching 3,454 projects with a total of 661,043 rooms. This is 2%... Read further

Thailand Upgrades the List of Destinations for Vaccinated Travelers

Earlier this month, we were mentioning Thailand’s Sandbox program that allowed fully vaccinated international travelers to enjoy their vacation in Phuket without being forced to stay at a Phuket hotel for quarantine. As the... Read further

French Hotels are Waiting for “Revenge Travelers”

A new study asked French travelers to share their wishes and desires in order to estimate their holidaymaking sentiments and readiness to travel. This is an important metric because hotels in Paris, Marseille, Nice, and other... Read further

A Hotel in Krabi Offers Forest Bathing to Its Guests

The Banyan Tree hotel in Krabi, Thailand, has prepared an interesting and unusual experience for its guests. A gentle and relaxing forest bath is a perfect way to forget about bustling and stressful city life, cell phones, and no... Read further

The 15th Hotel in Poland by Radisson is Open

Radisson Hotel Group has just opened its 15th hotel in Poland. This time, this is a scenic property at the Baltic Sea, in the picturesque city of Kolobrzeg. Located close to the city center, the new hotel is settled in a charming... Read further

Savoy Opens a Hotel in Madeira

The Portuguese island of Madeira doesn’t have many new hotel openings, so it is even more exciting when the hotel supply increases. Savoy Signature, the leading hotelier on the island, announced the opening of a new... Read further

Phuket Sandbox Program Drives Travelers to Thailand

One month after the start of the Phuket Sandbox program, the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) shared the first results along with the number of arrivals and revenues received by Phuket hotels. Officially launched on 1... Read further

Deutsche Hospitality Opens a Hotel in Lausanne

Deutsche Hospitality doesn’t slow down its expansion plans and announces a new addition to the Switzerland portfolio. This time, the German company opens a hotel in Lausanne. The Zleep Hotel Lausanne, which is set to start... Read further

Hokkaido: The Japan’s Hidden Gem

As countries start reopening their borders for vaccinated travelers, it is time to think of new mesmerizing journeys to new locations. Moreover, as tourism is not back on track completely, today’s travelers can see even the... Read further

Fully Vaccinated Travelers from the EU and US are Now Quarantine Free in the UK

Good news for travelers from the European Union and the United States who have planned to visit the UK this summer. Starting from August 2, fully vaccinated people from these regions are allowed to enter the UK and enjoy their... Read further

UNWTO Reveals How the Pandemic Affected International Travel

It is not a secret that the COVID-19 pandemic has hit global tourism badly, and World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) once again proved this. According to the recently published data, international tourist arrivals between... Read further

Things to Do in Kuala Lumpur in 2021

Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia, is not only one of the most important business hubs in Southeast Asia. This is also a modern and vibrant city with many options for shopping, dining, and nightlife. Although the country is... Read further

The UK Encourages Travelers to Spend This Summer at Their Home Country

VisitEngland has just launched a new stage of its promotional campaign, in which it underlines the beauty and attractiveness of domestic trips. The campaign, which is the result of a partnership with tourism organizations and... Read further

IHG Brings its Voco Hotel Brand to The Hague

IHG’s premium hotel brand, Voco Hotels and Resorts, finally has a presence in the Netherlands. Travelers are now welcome to book the voco hotel in The Hague and enjoy prime location and exceptional service. Located in the... Read further

Fully Vaccinated Tourists Can Now Enter Qatar

Good news for travelers who want to visit Qatar. Starting from July 12, 2021, travelers who have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 are permitted to enter the country. This is definitely a relief for hotels in Doha and other... Read further

Dubai Reaches a 1 Year Milestone Since It Has Reopened to Foreign Guests

This month, Dubai marks an important date – it has been one year since the emirate reopened its borders for international travelers on July 7, 2020. The pandemic messed the plans of many countries around the world. What year... Read further

Vaccinated Residents of the UK Are No Longer Required to Self-Quarantine After Return

Good news for travelers from the UK who want to visit a foreign country but couldn’t do this due to the quarantine requirement. Starting from 19 July, fully vaccinated residents of the UK do no longer need to self-isolate... Read further

Hard Rock Hotel in Madrid Welcomes Its First Guests

It is always exciting to see new hotels being opened as this brings us back to normal life, which was so cruelly disrupted by the pandemic. This time, the capital of Spain greets a much-anticipated addition to its hotel supply.... Read further

WTTC Reveals the Dreadful Impact of COVID-19 on Tourism

The latest issue of the annual Economic Trends Report by WTTC (World Travel & Tourism Council) once again proved that travel restrictions caused by the pandemic had a dramatic impact on tourism and the global economy in... Read further

IHG Debuts With Its Premium Brand Voco in South Korea

IHG continues its ambitious expansion plans despite the difficulties caused by the pandemic and announces the first voco hotel in South Korea. This will be the debut of the luxury hotel brand in this country. The urban resort... Read further

Curio Opens a Hotel in the Heart of Cambridge

The Fellows House, a charming hotel in the British city of Cambridge, opened this week and is finally ready to welcome its first guests. The property is operating as a Curio hotel, a popular brand in Hilton’s portfolio. The... Read further

The Luxury Collection Brings Its First Hotel to Budapest

The capital of Hungary has become the first city in the country to welcome the iconic Luxury Collection brand by Marriott International. The famous hotelier will open its new Luxury Collection property in the spectacular Matild... Read further

Songtsam Hotels Offers Wildlife Photography Course in Tibet

Are you out of ideas when it comes to the next vacation? Would you like to try something really unforgettable and unique? If yes, Songtsam Hotels and Resorts, a popular luxury hotel chain specializing in tours in Tibet... Read further

Thailand Reopens Phuket for Travelers and Offers Discounts for Guests

Starting from July 1, Phuket will accept both domestic and international guests, so hurry up to book a hotel in Phuket if you don’t know where to spend your summer vacation yet. To make the opening of the popular... Read further

Lionel Messi is Preparing to Open the Refurbished Casa Canut Hotel

The famous footballer, ​​Lionel Messi is the owner of the MIM hotel chain. According to Mundo Deportivo, in the coming months he plans to reopen a new hotel in Andorra, many innovations await the Casa Canut... Read further

The Czech Republic Wants to Attract More Millennial Travelers

While the Czech Republic is a well-known and established destination for European travelers, many people around the world don’t know much about this Central European country. The local tourism office decided to change this... Read further

Turkey Reveals New PCR and Quarantine Requirements

Whether you are interested in exciting sightseeing or carefree beach holidays, Turkey can offer all these and much more. The country is a popular tourist destination that never ceases to attract new guests. Starting from June 1,... Read further

Reykjavik to Host Two Important Esports Events

If you are a fan of esports and miss traveling, this is your chance. Riot Games, the developer of such popular titles as League of Legends and Valorant, will have not one but two important esports events in the capital of... Read further

Iceland Wants to Open Its Doors for Vaccinated Tourists

Have you ever dreamt of enjoying an unforgettable holiday in Iceland? If yes, an anti-COVID-19 vaccine is your ticket to this northern country. The country’s government decided to allow fully vaccinated tourists to... Read further

Top Destinations for Sustainable Tourism

Sustainable tourism has been a hot trend in recent years. More and more travelers want to not only explore new places and get in touch with local communities but also to have a positive impact on the environment of the places... Read further

New Projects by Holiday Inn in Europe Revealed

Although the hospitality business is down everywhere, IHG Hotels & Resorts doesn’t plan to stop and continues opening new hotels in different parts of the world. This time, the internationally famous hotelier signed 11... Read further

Malaysia Shares Its 2020 Tourist Arrivals Data

Last year was hard for tourism around the world, and the latest data revealed by Malaysia only proves this. After the record year of 2019 and the total number of arrivals exceeding 26 million, Malaysia experienced a rapid drop to... Read further

IHG Brings Its voco Brand to Scotland

IHG Hotels & Resorts has announced the debut of the voco Hotels brand in Scotland. The company will open a hotel in Edinburg and a hotel in Glasgow under the emerging brand. Known as a popular choice for short city breaks, IHG... Read further

The Demand for Travel with Bikes May Spike in Switzerland This Summer

The coronavirus crisis has made a great impact on the travel industry around the world and Switzerland is no exception. Instead of traditional pastimes like booking a hotel in Zurich or Geneva and enjoying a posh city holiday,... Read further

Thailand Wants to Resume Tourism by July 1

Tourism companies in Thailand cannot wait longer and urge the government to resume travel already this summer. Several leading tourism-related businesses in the country even launched a special campaign with an aim of reopening... Read further

Traveling in Norway: the Best Places to See During a Short Getaway

The covid-19 pandemic has made outdoor traveling and visiting less crowded places more popular than ever. If you want to admire scenic beauty and see interesting sights, Norway might be one of the best places to visit. While a... Read further

Travel Industry is Expected to Grow in China in 2021

Despite the restrictions caused by the pandemic, the travel industry in China looks promising and might grow in 2021. The lunar New Year period, which is traditionally the time when the Chinese travel, wasn’t very active... Read further

Nobu Will Open a Hotel in Hamburg

Nobu Hospitality, a luxury hotel company with roots in fine dining, will add one more property to its portfolio. Founded by star chef Nobu Matsushita, Hollywood actor Robert De Niro, and Meir Teper, Nobu will soon open a hotel in... Read further

Europeans Hope to Travel This Summer

Despite lockdowns and strict measures in most EU countries, Europeans are eager to travel and hope to do this before the end of July 2021. This information is stated in the latest report by the European Travel Commission... Read further

Accor Brings Its Mondrian Brand to Singapore

Accor will open the first Mondrian hotel in Singapore in early 2023. The new hotel will be located in the prestigious part of the city – the Duxton Hill neighborhood. To make this launch come true, the famous hotelier... Read further

UK Hoteliers Ask for Urgent Help

Not only hotels in London, Manchester, or Leeds are experiencing troubles today but the entire tourism industry of the United Kingdom. In the latest letter to the Chancellor, UKinbound, the country’s trade travel... Read further

2021 Traveling Trends in Germany Revealed

Germany is among the top travel markets in the world, so it is important to know what trends prevail here. For this purpose, ITB Berlin Now and Global Consumer Survey by Statista decided to collect data and try to predict the... Read further

Turkey is a Leading Destination for Halal Tourism

Halal-friendly hotels and villas have become increasingly popular in recent years. Just like the rest of the hospitality industry, they were seriously hit by the pandemic but with the start of the vaccination programs in many... Read further

Future Travel Trends by IHG

IHG Hotels &Resorts made a survey where it asked people about their travel plans and wishes. It looks like travel is about to show some growth as there is decent optimism in responses. Tourism was an essential way to see... Read further

Hyatt Offers Special Rates for Long-term Guests

Last year messed up many travel plans and caused a record number of hotel booking cancelations around the world. Travelers who are eager to see the world and can enjoy a longer vacation will be pleasantly surprised by the new... Read further

The Philippines Adopt New Rules for Tourists

A beautiful tropical country with scenic views and gorgeous resorts, the Philippines has become an increasingly popular destination during the pandemic. Tourists wishing to visit the Philippines in 2021 should read the following... Read further

Jordan Removes Mandatory Quarantine for Tourists

The world map of countries suitable for tourism now has one more addition – the Kingdom of Jordan. It now allows passengers arriving in Jordan not to endure the self-quarantine process at a hotel. However, a valid negative... Read further

Major Wellness Trends for This Year

Every year, experts underline the main trends in wellness that will shape the industry in the coming year. 2021 is not an exception – the Global Wellness Summit (GWS) identified the top nine trends that reflect all... Read further

Kimpton Will Open the First Hotel in France

IHG continues expanding its luxury boutique hotel brand, Kimpton, and announces the first property in France. The luxury hotel in Paris will start operating already this spring. Famous for its sophisticated yet playful design and... Read further

2020 was the Worst Year in the History of Tourism According to UNWTO

The latest report by the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) underlines that 2020 was the worst year for global tourism on record. The international arrivals suffered an unprecedented decline of 74%. The newest issue... Read further

New Travel Restrictions Make It Impossible for Hotels in Malaysia to Survive

New countrywide restrictions were implemented in Malaysia starting from 13 January 2021, crippling the local tourism industry. Although hotels can continue their work, the new rules liquidate virtually all revenue sources for... Read further

Almost 100 Hotels by Marriott Will Open in Asia Pacific This Year

It looks like the coronavirus pandemic doesn’t prevent Marriott International from aggressive expansion in the Asia Pacific region. This year, the famous hotelier plans to open as many as one hundred hotels in this key... Read further

Thailand Offers Golf Quarantine for Foreign Tourists

Do you want to enjoy an overseas vacation but the risk of a long quarantine drives you off? The government of Thailand has come up with a very interesting proposal for foreign guests. Instead of booking a hotel in Pattaya or... Read further

Rosewood to Open a Hotel in Rome in Three Buildings

Rosewood Hotels and Resorts will open its first hotel in Rome. One of the leading luxury chains in the world will have a hotel that is located not in one but three historic buildings in the Italian capital. Overlooking the... Read further

Luxury hotel will be built in the desert of Saudi Arabia

In the coming years, a new amazing hotel will begin to receive travelers in Saudi Arabia. It will be built right among the endless expanses of the desert. The exact date of the hotel opening is still unknown; the construction... Read further

Hard Rock Will Open a Casino in London

Hard Rock International already has a hotel in London but the internationally renowned chain of music-inspired hotels decided to go one step further and open a casino in the UK’s capital. For this purpose, Hard Rock... Read further

A 16th Century Palace in Lucca to be Turned into a Hotel

Autograph Collection Hotels, a luxury brand that is a part of Marriott International, will soon add one more exclusive hotel to its portfolio. This time this will be a hotel in Lucca, a charming Italian city. Grand Universe Lucca... Read further

The famous IceHotel open in online interactive mode this year

The famous IceHotel open in online interactive mode this year

Over the years, the unique Jukkasjärvi IceHotel has become a real world attraction. This season it opened for the 31st time, every year the hotel is... Read further

Hoteliers uncovered the most unusual requests of guests in 2020

The past year was one of the most difficult for hotels around the world in history, they received a critically low number of guests. Nevertheless, even among those few travelers who had a chance to use the services of hotels last... Read further

London Will See Many Luxury Hotel Openings in 2021

It is a well-known fact that London is one of the most popular destinations in the world. This multicultural city is a popular business and leisure destination, so hotels in London are famous for their high occupancy. Of course,... Read further

European Hotels Post Poor Results of November 2020

The impact of the second lockdown was severe for hotels across Europe. They had even weaker performance than in October, losing all hopes for at least some revenues during the tough pandemic year. In November 2020, the occupancy... Read further

You Can Now accommodate in Shanghai in an Abandoned Quarry

Exclusive hotels, located in unusual places or distinguished by a special design, have always attracted attention of tourists. For over a year now, the unique InterContinental Shanghai Wonderland Hotel has been hosting guests in... Read further

The Dominican Republic continues to build hotels

The resorts of the Dominican Republic continue to delight with new interesting hotel openings. In December, the new hotel Serenade Punta Cana Beach & Spa began to receive guests, it serves tourists on an all-inclusive basis. The... Read further

Turkish hotels will not be obliged to certify for Covid-19 measures

The Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism has officially announced that small hotels can now resume their operations without mandatory Covid-19 certification. Such decision will affect... Read further

How hotels may change of the near future?

Despite the fact that the past year has become one of the most difficult for the hotel business in history, hotels do not stop improving and moving forward. According to experts, the past... Read further

Avantgarde Resort Hotel in Kemer Will Change Its Owner

In the face of the crisis caused by the pandemic, many resorts in Turkey are on the verge of bankruptcy. A few weeks ago it became known that the popular Kemer Avantgarde Resort will be put... Read further

A Fantastic Hotel Was Opened on the Smallest Island of Maldives

In the last weeks of past year, the opening of the new Mirihi Island Resort took place in the Maldives. It will definitely attract all fans of beach holidays and pristine natural beauty.... Read further

AMARA Hotel in Limassol organized a magical New Year

The fashionable Limassol hotel AMARA welcomed the first day of the new year in a sophisticated and magical atmosphere. Every year the hotel strives to please its guests with original New... Read further

IHG Opens Its First Hotel in East Malaysia

InterContinental Group has brought its signature style and services to the Malaysian state of Sabah. The Kota Kinabalu hotel operating under the Holiday Inn brand is going to be the first... Read further

Travelers are Increasingly Interested in Luxury Hotels in 2021

After almost one year of travel restrictions, people are eager to visit more diverse destinations and want to do this with style booking 4 and 5-star hotels. Digital travel platform Agoda... Read further

The Economy of the UK Loses £2.5 Billion During Christmas

Christmas is traditionally one of the most rewarding periods for all tourism-related industries. However, the COVID-19 crisis affected the holidays resulting in the collapse in... Read further

The Londoner Hotel in Macao Will Offer Suites by David Beckham

Macao will soon get one more fantastic project. The Londoner is a British-themed resort worth US$2 billion that is based on the history and culture of the UK. The project consisting of... Read further

How to Save on Short City Breaks in Europe in 2021

It is not a secret that this year has been difficult for so many people around the world. Millions of travelers had to skip their plans and stay at home in 2020 but the situation cannot... Read further

Hilton Brings Its Garden Inn Brand to Japan

Hilton has announced its partnership with the Japanese company Godo Gaisha Kyoto Shijo Hotel Management. The internationally famous hotelier will bring its Hilton Garden Inn brand to Japan... Read further

Greece Announces New Quarantine Measures

The recent increase in the number of coronavirus cases forced many European countries to impose stricter rules, and Greece is no exception. Starting from December 18 and until 7 January... Read further

Dubai Lifts Covid-19 Test Requirements for Guests from Certain Countries

This year, tourism around the world has been greatly affected by the pandemic. This is a serious challenge for hospitality companies around the world. Hotels in Dubai and other... Read further

The Legendary Hotel in Davos Reopens

The winter season is approaching and many hotels in Switzerland are about to reopen and greet their guests. The Steigenberger Grandhotel Belvédère, which is probably the most famous hotel... Read further

Residents of the UAE Plan to Make 3-4 Holidays in 2021

It feels like people are really missing travel this year. In 2020, COVID-19 made it significantly more challenging to visit foreign countries but the coming vaccines might resolve the... Read further

Germans Traveled More Than Other Europeans in Summer 2020

Although the pandemic has limited travel for many people in Europe, Germans seemed to enjoy their summer 2020 vacation despite all troubles. Tourists from Germany made more outbound trips... Read further

Dusit Opens a Hotel in Singapore

Dusit International, the leading hospitality company in Thailand, has recently opened a new hotel in Singapore, Dusit Thani Laguna Singapore. Located in the famous Laguna National Golf &... Read further

The Length of Quarantine for Travelers in the UK is Reduced to 5 Days

The UK has long been a popular travel destination with hotels in London being usually at least 80% full at any time of the year. Brexit and the following pandemic became great obstacles... Read further

Deutsche Hospitality Will Open Two New Hotels in Haiyan, China

Deutsche Hospitality doesn’t plan to stop the expansion of its hotel portfolio despite the global downfall in tourism due to the pandemic. The hotelier announced its plans to open two... Read further

Mallorca Reveals Its Tourism Plans for 2021

Mallorca is a top vacation destination in Europe but even the Balearic Islands are experiencing troubles during the pandemic. The Majorca Tourism Foundation (MFT) and the Majorca... Read further

Food and Beverage Trends in 2020 and 2021

COVID-19 pandemic has greatly changed many spheres of our lives, and restaurants are no exception. It is not a secret that food tourism has been a hit in recent years. How and what will we... Read further

The Hottest Travel Destinations for 2021

Every year, different companies make their lists of the most popular and emerging travel destinations that will draw our attention next year. This time, Lonely Planet has published its own... Read further

Top Destinations in Europe in Q4 2020

The coronavirus pandemic has drastically changed traveling preferences for millions of people worldwide. Today, destinations that were on the top even a year ago are virtually forgotten... Read further

Recommendations for Tourists Who Visit Istanbul for the First Time

As currently not many destinations in the world accept tourists due to the COVID-19 limitations, Turkey gets more attention than before. The country’s major economic and cultural hub,... Read further

More Countries Receive WTTC Safe Travel Stamp

Earlier this year, WTTC launched a new system that tells tourists that a certain destination is safe to visit during the COVID-19 crisis. Aimed to help the tourism sector in different... Read further

IHG to Open Two New Hotels in Phuket

InterContinental Hotels Group or IHG continues its expansion in South East Asia, namely, in Thailand. The popular hotelier will open two new hotels in Kata Beach, Phuket. This will be also... Read further

Singapore – Hong Kong Bookings Break a Record

It looks like hotels in Hong Kong and Singapore are going to have visitors during this Christmas. On October 15, Singapore and Hong Kong agreed to open a bilateral Air Travel Bubble... Read further

Italian Tourism Will Recover Within Three Years

Italy is a famous tourist destination with guests from all over the world. Just like most countries, Italy is experiencing problems with tourist arrivals due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It is... Read further

Rail Travel is Expected to Gain Popularity

As the second wave of COVID-19 approaches and traveling opportunities become limited, tourists become less inclined to make long-distance airplane flights. Many destinations remain closed... Read further

The First Internationally Branded Hotel on the Faroe Islands Opens

Located between Iceland and Norway, the Faroe Islands aren’t a travel destination that many tourists know about. The archipelago consisting of 18 isles mostly attracts tourists with... Read further

How Europe’s Hospitality Industry Survives During the Pandemic

It is not a secret that this summer is very different due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, and hotels across Europe are struggling to survive in the challenging environment. After... Read further

One-of-a-kind Vacation: Unique Historic Hotels in the UK

The United Kingdom is a diverse country that has much to offer to travelers. If you have always wanted to try traditional British pastimes such as long and unhurried walks and chilling at... Read further

A New All-inclusive Hotel in Dubai is ready to Welcome Its Guests

If you’re searching for a nice beachfront resort that is open during the coronavirus pandemic, take a look at this new hotel in Dubai. The 4-star all-inclusive resort is opening its... Read further

The Most Visited Landmarks in England in 2019

Every year, VisitEngland publishes the list of the most visited attractions in England. The ranking is divided into two categories – the most popular free and paid attractions. While... Read further

Marriott to Open 8 New Fairfield Hotels in Japan

Marriott International doesn’t plan to stop its expansion activities and announces new additions to its portfolio in Japan. The famous hotelier will add eight new Fairfield hotels,... Read further

Hilton Encourages Its Clients to Travel Instead of Dreaming

Hotel companies around the world slowly try to return to normal operation. Recently, Hilton has launched its first advertising campaign since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Called... Read further

Summer 2020 European Visitation Trends Revealed

Even though the pandemic greatly limits tourism in Europe, life still goes on and people keep visiting local attractions. The newest report focuses on the visitation data from the most... Read further

Kimpton Clocktower – a New Hotel Opens in Manchester

This month, Kimpton Hotels and Restaurants opened its new hotel in Manchester, the UK. This is the fourth hotel by this company in the country as Kimpton already has three other properties... Read further

Brussels to Host a Food and Drink Festival

If you are tired of all bad news in 2020 and want to pamper yourself, gourmet food might be the best option. Foodies have a hard time today because of the limitations caused by the... Read further

Hotel Indigo in Bath, the UK, Offers Unique Underground Vault Rooms

IHG Hotels and Resorts is always ready to offer something unusual and original to its guests. Recently, the famous hotelier celebrated the opening of its 18th hotel in the UK. Operating... Read further

JA Resorts Offers Comfortable COVID-19 Testing at its Dubai Hotels

JA Resorts & Hotels, a hospitality company based in the UAE, decided to make the mandatory COVID-19 testing after arrival more comfortable for its guests. It offers onsite tests available... Read further

A New 4-star Hotel in Tallinn Welcomes Its Guests

Even though COVID-19 has become a serious problem for hotels worldwide, the hospitality industry doesn’t give up. New hotels open despite the closed borders and problems with air... Read further

Travel Ideas for Students and Tourists on Budget

Traveling is not always about spending outrageous amounts of money. If you think that all you can do is to watch TV series during your vacation period, the following destinations can change... Read further

Radisson to Open a Luxury Hotel in Brussels

Radisson Hotel Group has added a new premium hotel in Brussels, right in the heart of the EU. This is the debut Radisson Collection hotel in the capital of Belgium. Radisson Collection is a... Read further

Europe Sets New Standards for Clean Beaches

In September 2020, the European Commission decided to set up new laws that could make beaches across Europe cleaner and help to preserve marine life. Litter has become a big problem these... Read further

Bulgaria Tries to Save its Hospitality Industry with Domestic Tourism

With the lockdown caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, tourism-related companies around the world suffer from the falling revenues and lack or complete absence of guests. Hotels in Sofia and... Read further

A New Hotel in Shanghai by Marriott is Open

Marriott International has added one more property to its Chinese portfolio. The famous hotelier has opened a new hotel in Shanghai that is an increasingly popular destination for both... Read further

Abu Dhabi Changes Its COVID-19 Testing Requirements

Starting from September 5th, the Abu Dhabi emirate uses a new updated COVID-19 testing procedure. As the UAE welcomes tourists again, the country needs an updated policy regarding the early... Read further

Marriott Brings Its Courtyard Brand to Malaysia

Marriott expands in Malaysia by bringing its Courtyard by Marriott brand to this Asian country. This will be a new hotel in Penang. It will particularly appeal to leisure tourists as the... Read further

Global Destinations Keep Easing Travel Restrictions

In its latest announcement, the World Tourism Organization (WTO) reported that more than half of all destinations around the world have at least somehow eased their travel... Read further

The 5th DoubleTree Hotel in Spain Opens in A Coruna

Hilton brings its famous world-class hospitality to the Spanish city of A Coruna and opens a DoubleTree by Hilton hotel in this important cultural and business destination. This is the... Read further

Tourism in Portugal: Things to Do During the COVID-19 Pandemic

In the previous article, we were describing how to visit Portugal in 2020 and what categories of travelers are eligible for entering the country today. As there are not many destinations... Read further

COVID-19 Era Requirements for Traveling to Portugal

This vacation season was greatly spoiled by the coronavirus pandemic that ruined the travel plans of millions of people worldwide. While many destinations still limit tourism or do not... Read further

Places to Visit in Turkey in 2020

As Turkey is one of the locations that resumed travel this summer, the country draws more attention as a potential travel destination. While many tourists know Turkey well and already have... Read further

Greece Travel Requirements During the COVID-19 Period

Greece has always been one of the most popular travel destinations in the Mediterranean, and much of the country’s infrastructure is targeted at tourists. Needless to say, the... Read further

Aloft Debuts with One More Hotel in Jakarta, Indonesia

Marriott continues expanding its portfolio in Indonesia. This time, the internationally famous hotelier announced the opening of an Aloft-branded hotel in Jakarta, the capital of the... Read further

Traveling to Turkey Becomes Even Easier

Turkey is one of the first countries that opened its borders for foreign guests and started accepting travelers already in June 2020. Thanks to this, many tourists from Europe and the... Read further

Centara Announces 3 Hotels in Myanmar

The leading hotel company in Thailand, Centara Hotels & Resorts, is not scared by the coronavirus pandemic and falling revenues. The famous hotelier is planning to add three new hotels in... Read further

Tourism in China Shows Signs of Recovery

China was not only the first country that had to deal with the coronavirus pandemic. It is also the first country that returned to normal life. While there are still many limitations caused... Read further

Six Senses Plans to Stop Using Plastic by 2022

Six Senses Hotels Resorts Spas is one of the first hotel companies that joined the Global Tourism Plastic Initiative. This new program was developed by the UN World Tourism Organization... Read further

Continuation of Travel Restrictions Will Have Disastrous Consequences

In the latest statement of UNWTO, its secretary once again underlined the importance of resuming travel as soon as possible because the consequences of travel restrictions caused by the... Read further

Nobu Opens a Hotel in Warsaw, Poland

Nobu Hospitality has just opened its first hotel in Poland, Nobu Warsaw. Even the pandemic is not an obstacle for the growing luxury lifestyle hotel brand. The Warsaw hotel is the 12th Nobu... Read further

Vacation in Turkey Becomes More Affordable as Lira Hits Record Lows

Turkey is widely famous as a vacation destination. Istanbul hotels attract tourists interested in sightseeing and rich heritage of the country, and cities like Antalya and Bodrum are... Read further

The Tallest Hotel in the World Will Open in Dubai Marina

The First Group is going to build a new hotel in Dubai that will be a new milestone for the global hospitality industry. Located in a tower in Dubai Marina, this is going to be the tallest... Read further

London Occupancy is All-Time Low but Hotels Continue to Reopen

The preliminary data for the performance of hotels in London in July 2020 is nothing but depressive. The capital of the U.K. continues suffering from global pandemic and travel bans. The... Read further

Singapore and Malaysia Agree on Cross Border Tourism

Travelers from Singapore and Malaysia can now move between the countries. The governments of the two countries have agreed on the opening of the borders. For now, only certain categories of... Read further

New Trends in the Hospitality Industry Revealed

Nowadays, when the number of travelers grows year after year, simply booking a hotel in Paris, Lisbon, or a Berlin hotel and enjoying a clean room and a good breakfast is not enough. As new... Read further

The UK Might Lose Billions Because of Travel Bans

Tourism has always been an important source of income for the UK. Hotels in London used to have exceptionally high occupancy and revenue levels. Unfortunately, the COVID-19 pandemic has put... Read further

JA Beach Hotel in Dubai Resumes Its Work on August 10

After three months of inactivity, JA Beach Hotel in Dubai, a popular hotel in Jebel Ali Beach, finally reopens. The emirate slowly returns to normal life and businesses resume their work... Read further

40% of All Destinations in the World Have Eased Their Travel Restrictions

UNWTO has recently published very interesting statistics. It turns out that more than one-third (40%) of all tourist destinations in the world have already eased travel... Read further

Germans Tell Where They Want to Travel in 2020

As many countries around the world reopen their borders, tourists start making vacation plans again. Germany is well-known as one of the major source markets in tourism, so it is important... Read further

Six Senses Will Open a Hotel in Italian Castle

Have you ever dreamt of spending a vacation in a real castle? Six Senses gives this opportunity to all travelers. The popular hotel company announced the expansion of its portfolio. Six... Read further

Millennials in the UK Want to Make Long-Haul Trips

The latest survey in the UK proves that millennials are not only one of the most active traveler groups but also the category that is most likely to make long-haul trips. Almost half of the... Read further

The Largest Holiday Inn Express in Europe Opens its Doors in Amsterdam

Hotels in Amsterdam now have one more competitor – the largest Holiday Inn Express hotel in Europe. IHG decided to make the capital of the Netherlands the location of its new signature... Read further

London is Once Again in the Top-20 Most Expensive Cities in Europe

It is a well-known fact that staying in London is not cheap. The capital of the UK is pricey for both leisure tourists and long-stay guests. London hotels are among the most expensive in... Read further

Over 45 Hotels by Iberostar Reopen

As countries slowly reopen their borders and lift off quarantine measures, the hospitality business also returns to its normal. This time, Iberostar announced the reopening of 45 hotels in... Read further

The Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Nikko, Japan, is Finally Open

The newly opened hotel in Nikko, Japan, by The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company is a great destination for all travelers in search of unique places and one-of-a-kind experiences. The hotel, which... Read further

Hotels in Europe Suffer From Low Bookings

Recently, the European Travel Commission (ETC) published its quarterly report “European Tourism: Trends and Prospects”. This document once again proved that the tourism... Read further

Thailand Launches the New Buy Now, Stay Later Program

Tourism plays a crucial role in the economy of Thailand. To help the industry to recover faster after the COVID-19 crisis, the Tourism Authority of Thailand decided to launch a new program... Read further

Spaniards Switch to Domestic Travel

In its new study, SiteMinder, a popular platform for hospitality professionals, asked residents of Spain about their travel preferences after the COVID-19 pandemic. More than 570 Spaniards... Read further

Thailand Resumes Tourism and Reopens Business

Thailand is slowly returning to life after the quarantine. Recently, the Thailand Board of Investment announced another step of lifting restrictions. This time, the country allows 11... Read further

Wyndham Opens Two La Quinta Hotels in Turkey

Wyndham Hotels & Resorts is serious about the development of its La Quinta hotel brand. Recently, the company announced two new hotels in Turkey that will operate under this brand. These... Read further

The Most Popular European Cities in June 2020

The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) published its new report developed together with ForwardKeys. This study analyzes current flight bookings and this way identifies the most... Read further

European Countries are the Fastest to Ease Travel Restrictions

The COVID-19 pandemic made many countries around the world close their borders and stop accepting international guests. As the situation shows signs of improvement, many countries start... Read further

Saudi Arabia Limits Hajj and Dubai Welcomes Tourists

The coronavirus pandemic has ruined many plans this year, and the annual Hajj pilgrimage is no exception. Every year, hotels in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, welcome Muslim guests from all over the... Read further

TUI Opens a Hotel on Sylt Island

Germany has always been a popular destination, nevertheless, this county has so many places that are not yet known to the mainstream traveler. The holiday island of Sylt is one of them.... Read further

Wyndham Opens Five New Ramada Hotels in China

While the world is fighting with the pandemic, many hotel companies do not plan to stop and keep expanding their business. Wyndham Hotels & Resorts, a company with the biggest number of... Read further

Best Summer 2020 Tours for Students in the UK

A long quarantine was exhausting for everyone, and so no wonder why so many people are now willing to leave their homes, visit new places, and forget about isolation. Students are usually... Read further

Vilnius Hotels Invite Tourists to Take an Unforgettable Hot Air Balloon Flight

Today, the hospitality industry around the world is struggling, and professionals in the industry try to take different steps to attract more guests and remind tourists that they are open.... Read further

IHG Brings Its InterContinental Brand to Italy

The portfolio of InterContinental Hotels Group has many brands but InterContinental Hotels & Resorts is the company’s signature luxury brand. No wonder why IHG is particularly... Read further

Portugal, Spain, and Greece Have Signs of Tourism Recovery

It is not a secret that tourism is an important source of income for many countries. This is particularly true about southern destinations. As many economies suffer from declines caused by... Read further

Nobu Brings Its Hotel to Warsaw

Nobu Hospitality, a luxury hotel chain recognized as one of the most innovative hotel brands, keeps expanding its portfolio. This time the company is going to open a new hotel in Warsaw,... Read further

Iceland Prepares for the Start of International Arrivals

Iceland has entered the phase of final preparations as the country will welcome the first international travelers already on June 15th. Icelandair, the major air carrier in the country,... Read further

Malta Opens Its Borders for Tourists from Certain Countries

Are you still in doubt about where to spend your summer vacation? Malta is an excellent tourist destination famous for its crystal clear water of the Mediterranean Sea, quality hotels,... Read further

Hotels in Portugal Resume Their Work

As countries and people slowly return to their normal life, businesses reopen across Europe. Hotels resume their work and are waiting for new guests as travel restrictions are being... Read further

LGBTQ+ Travelers Share Their Post-Coronavirus Plans

The International LGBTQ+ Travel Association has recently conducted a survey among its members concerning their future travel plans. As the industry is slowly recovering after the... Read further

Accor Starts a New Ad Campaign to Advertise Its Reopened Hotels

The global pandemic made hotels in many countries of the world temporarily stop their business. As the situation with the virus seems to get better, hoteliers start to reopen their... Read further

Deutsche Hospitality Opens Its Hotels in Austria

Deutsche Hospitality has announced the opening of the hotels that the company manages in Austria. Many countries start lifting travel restrictions steadily, and Austria is one of them.... Read further

The Last COVID-19 Patient Leaves Melia Hotel in Palma de Mallorca

Spain was one of the European countries that had more coronavirus cases, and so the country’s health system required help to reduce the pressure. The hospitality system didn’t... Read further

Riu Opens its Hotels in Berlin and Guadalajara

Riu reported the opening of the company’s two hotels, namely, the Riu Plaza hotel in Berlin (Germany) and the Riu Plaza hotel in Guadalajara (Mexico). Both the... Read further

Travelers from MENA Speak About Their Travel Plans after COVID-19

A new and interesting survey conducted in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) countries asked travelers residing in this region about their post-COVID-19 plans. As many domestic... Read further

Thailand Steadily Reopens and Returns to Normal

As the COVID-19 outbreak is nearing its end in many countries, their governments let people and companies return to normal life with some limitations. Starting from May 17, Thailand began... Read further

Sands Resort in Macao Introduces New Safety Rules

Many countries in the world steadily return to their normal lifestyle and ease travel restrictions. China was among the first countries to reopen its borders and allow tourism. However, as... Read further

Open Borders and No Quarantine: Tourism Resumes in Iceland

Have you ever wanted to visit Iceland and admire its enchanting beauty? It looks like it is high time to book a hotel in Reykjavik because Iceland opens its borders next month. At a... Read further

Deutsche Hospitality Reopens Its Hotels and Announces New Rules

As Europe is steadily returning to normal life, many hotel companies resume their activity. Hotels in Berlin and Munich hotels are waiting for new customers as Germany is opening its... Read further

Individual City Guides

Salzburg travel guide
Before we start our brief description of Salzburg sights, it is worth mentioning that this city has been completely rebuilt by order of Archbishop Wolf Dietrich, who was by his nature a braggart and a fan of luxury. Therefore, he built many monasteries, parks, churches, and Salzburg Cathedral. Not only the archbishop himself, but also his followers were very, very rich. They ended up acquiring all the salt mines of the Salzburg land. They also were the owners of numerous large farms. However, … Read further
Cuisine of Crans-Montana
The resort hosts more than 80 attractive restaurants and cafes that will surprise gourmets with a variety of branded treats. Fans of fine dining have to visit the Pas de l'Ours restaurant located in the hotel of the same name. Its menu consists solely of gourmet food, and wine list will impress even the biggest connoisseurs of this drink. Nearby is another famous restaurant, Bistrot de l `Ours. The choice of dishes is also very impressive, and the price is several times lower than in the Pas de … Read further
Traditions and festivals in Ventspils
The culture of local people is very interesting and authentic. Besides the traditional national emblem and anthem, they have several original national symbols. For example, white wagtail became the national bird in 1960. The tiny bird spends only half a year in the city, leaving for winter. Local people also have the national flower, chamomile. The flower has become an essential symbol of various celebrations. Oak and linden are popular trees in the region and are widely used in the local … Read further
Leverkusen cultural sights
Leverkusen is rich in interesting historical sights, here you can plan an exciting excursion program. On one of the main streets is the old Protestant church Christuskirche built in the early 20th century on the initiative of the local community. Red brick served as the main construction material for the church. Thanks to the traditional rosette windows and decorative arches, the Christuskirche looks more than spectacular. Its tower rises to a height of 14 meters. During the Second World War, … Read further
Zurich attractions and entertainment
Zurich is not differed by widest choice of night entertainments and noisy discos. This city will be a perfect choice for fans of peaceful rest. Various hiking and cycling rides are very popular here. During them you can not only see all main attractions of the city, but also visit some interesting restaurants and cafes. In the evening the squares of Zurich often host music concerts and performances of street artists. Niederdorf Street is simply the best choice for walking. This is also the … Read further
Odense for families and kids
The picturesque city of Odense with its priceless historical sights is perfect for families with children. Many of its entertainment centers are designed specifically for kids. Lion's Den is aimed at small children and has several great playgrounds for them. Colorful slides, swings, and trampolines, as well as ball pits adored by all kids, are available for visitors here. A comfortable recreation area is equipped for parents. It'd be a great idea to visit this entertainment center even with … Read further
Shopping in Florence
In romantic Florence, there are interesting shopping places for everyone. The real landmark of the city is the San Lorenzo covered market, which has leather, clothing and accessories of the highest quality for sale. For many years, local tanners present their masterpieces here. Charming ladies' and stylish men's bags, chic wallets and belts, jackets and gloves are just some of the things you can buy in this historic market. Another attractive feature of the San Lorenzo market are affordable … Read further
Extreme and fun in Potsdam
View Potsdam from the Rotunda of the Marmorpalais Palace. There is Lake Heiliger in the north of Potsdam. The picturesque New Garden is located next to it. The Marmorpalais Palace was built on its territory in 1792. It resembles a cube in shape. The palace belongs to the style of early classicism. It was built of red brick and light-colored marble. At first, it was used as a Royal residence. Then the palace served as a club of Soviet officers. The museum is located there today. … Read further - online travel reservation expert providing reliable car rental and hotel booking services. We feature more than 25.000 destinations with 12.000 rental offices and 200.000 hotels worldwide.
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