The luxury hospitality group which focuses on wellness tourism, a $4.2 trillion market, is steadily expanding its global footprint — from 18 to 40 resorts in the next couple of years, including a restored Rajasthani iteration, with a sharp focus on sustainability.
More optimism than pessimism is reflected in Strategic Vision’s ‘2021 – Pulse of the Industry Survey’. Trending this year: Journeys to Asia and Europe, safaris, domestic trips. Cruises and staycations? Not so much.
Marriott International’s luxury portfolio head and branding and marketing virtuoso talks about their response to the pandemic, people’s irresistible desire for travel, and why the hospitality behemoth continues on the acquisition route.
Not many know that Radha Arora, the affable and dapper India-born president of the luxury Rosewood Hotels & Resorts, once worked in a hotel laundry room. “You have to get into the…
How travel advisors can navigate post-COVID era’s stormy waters.
Several factors are playing out in the United States right now, which, when combined, are to make for a politically charged debate. The pandemic continuing rage across the country, the staggering unemployment and global economic crisis creating much concern and the upcoming presidential election being contested like no other before, are all factors. And now the issue of race and diversity has burst into our collective consciousness.
Five months into the pandemic, I am often asked about trends and conditions in the United States, so I thought I might share a personal view.