Travelodge to debut in Vietnam

CEO of Travelodge (Thailand) Mr Jonathan Wigley is delighted to announce the first Travelodge hotel in Vietnam. @TravelodgeAsia

CEO of Travelodge (Thailand) Mr Jonathan Wigley is delighted to announce the first Travelodge hotel in Vietnam. @TravelodgeAsia

Kushner Cos. Sued by Times Square Food Hall Tenant Over Lease

Outstanding Hospitality Management, a St. Louis-based operator of airport restaurant spaces, filed a lawsuit on Monday against the company owned by the family of Jared Kushner.

Outstanding Hospitality Management, a St. Louis-based operator of airport restaurant spaces, filed a lawsuit on Monday against the company owned by the family of Jared Kushner.

Six Flags had a good year, but a look at the bottom line shows a benefit from tax reform and lower compensation expense. The company is focusing on improving its…

Six Flags had a good year, but a look at the bottom line shows a benefit from tax reform and lower compensation expense. The company is focusing on improving its underlying business, and keeping profitable parks open year-round is likely to help.
-Hannah Sampson

Hedge Funds Rejected by Top Court on Fannie, Freddie Suits

The justices provided no comment on why they rejected appeals filed by Perry Capital LLC, Fairholme Funds and other Fannie and Freddie shareholders.

The justices provided no comment on why they rejected appeals filed by Perry Capital LLC, Fairholme Funds and other Fannie and Freddie shareholders.

How is Travelport competing against much bigger companies like Sabre and Amadeus? By creating technology solutions its clients actually want to use while expanding in the world's fastest-growing regions for…

How is Travelport competing against much bigger companies like Sabre and Amadeus? By creating technology solutions its clients actually want to use while expanding in the world’s fastest-growing regions for travel.
-Andrew Sheivachman

Back To Nature

A one-storey, serpentine cottage seamlessly inserts itself into its lakeside setting. The post Back To Nature appeared first on Canadian Interiors.

A one-storey, serpentine cottage seamlessly inserts itself into its lakeside setting.
The post Back To Nature appeared first on Canadian Interiors.

Choice CEO Pat Pacious has demonstrated he's not one for a sleepy start as he settles into his new role as CEO. He's hit the ground running with the rollout…

Choice CEO Pat Pacious has demonstrated he’s not one for a sleepy start as he settles into his new role as CEO. He’s hit the ground running with the rollout of new booking system and an acquisition that will help the company play ball in a very competitive midscale and extended stay landscape.
-Dan Peltier

Australian photographer Kate Ballis has toured Palm Springs with an infrared camera and coloured filters to produce these images, which show the muted desert city in lucid purple, pink and…

Australian photographer Kate Ballis has toured Palm Springs with an infrared camera and coloured filters to produce these images, which show the muted desert city in lucid purple, pink and red tones. Read more

Five Trump Hotels Recognized as Forbes Five-Star Properties

NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Trump Hotel Group is honored to announce that its two newest hotels, Trump International Hotel Washington, D.C. and Trump International Hotel & Tower Vancouver have been designated as…

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Trump Hotel Group is honored to announce that its two newest hotels, Trump International Hotel Washington, D.C. and Trump International Hotel & Tower Vancouver have been designated as Forbes Five-Star Hotels. It is unusual for two new hotels to achieve this prestigious recognition just after their first year of operation, and the Hotel Group is honored that these latest properties join the portfolio’s other Forbes Five-Star Hotels — Trump International Hotel &amp

How voice search will impact travel marketing

Did you know that 40% of US adults use voice search per day? According to Search Engine Watch, people now perform 35 times more voice searches on Google than in 2008. Nowadays,…

Did you know that 40% of US adults use voice search per day? According to Search Engine Watch, people now perform 35 times more voice searches on Google than in 2008. Nowadays, speech recognition technology is more precise—with only an 8% error rate! Have you also noticed that many consumers have recently bought devices that use voice searches? In fact, 2017 was the year that voice recognition truly took off, thanks to the popularity and adoption of home devices, such as Google Home and Amazon Echo. Who would say “no” to the ability of controlling devices with their voices and searching for content on the web by simply talking to a machine? Using our voices is indeed the most natural way to communicate. […]