The industry veteran, who has helped Azerbaijan pivot effectively in the pandemic, firmly believes that investment in technology and collaboration between nations is key for the sector to survive this difficult time.…
Armed with new post-pandemic insights, Philippe Zuber continues to spearhead the ambitious expansion plans of the ultra-luxurious Atlantis Resort & Residences and One&Only Resorts brands across the globe. In a chat with Travelgram, he shares his journey of building a successful hospitality brand that puts both employees and guests at the forefront, plus a sneak peek into the spectacular Atlantis The Royal, set to open in Dubai later this year.
Dineout CEO and co-founder Ankit Mehrotra talks about the challenges posed by the lockdown restrictions to the restaurants industry and the ways to deal with it.
Amruda Nair has leveraged a family legacy of award-winning hospitality and a forward-thinking ethos that puts innovation and technology at the forefront to birth a new boutique hospitality brand, Araiya. In a chat with Travelgram, she shares a glimpse into the soothing Araiya Palampur, set in Himachal Pradesh’s Kangra valley, her insights into making a memorable mark in the luxury hospitality market and the vision she has for the industry to thrive.
Gauri Devidayal and Jay Yousuf met in San Francisco in 2008 and it was their love for travel and food that sowed the seed of inspiration behind setting up the unique space that is The Table.
For the luxury hospitality group’s sales and marketing head, 2020 brought with it lessons in agility, innovation and staying connected with loyal guests in a socially distanced world. Now, the Mandarin Oriental Group has its sights set firmly ahead with plans for steady expansion across Asia, the Middle East and Europe, and a collaboration with The Oberoi Group in India.
As you frantically make plans for Valentine’s Day or an extended Valentine’s Week, Travelgram’s list of the most atmospheric restaurants and bars will let you live out a fairy-tale romance for a few hours.
Among Chef Solomon’s fans are some of India’s biggest achievers such as Ratan Tata to Aamir Khan. As he continues his journey of culinary explorations, this time independently, the good chef opens up about what makes Thai Naam works.
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.
Stacked up dining spaces, robots,
dining pods and conveyor belts.
COVID response-ready design and technology are
driving the restaurants of the future