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Publication date: 27 May 2019

This Hotel Yearbook 2020 China Special Edition - 酒店旅遊創新年鑒 中國特輯 was produced for HFTP, coinciding with CHTA Connecting Travellers Conference - 未来旅行者大会 2019 which took place from May 28-30 in Shanghai Marriott Hotel Parkview.

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In the Poker Game of Hotels, Resort Fees are the Rake
By David Eisen - Director of Hotel Intelligence and Customer Solutions for HotStats

Nothing irks people more than paying for something they don't need or use. I once paid $50 for a pair of pants I never ended up wearing—but that's on me. I'm to blame. It's another thing altogether

Getting Help, Part 2 - The Life of a Hotel Doctor

My relations with other Los Angeles hotel doctors are civilized but not close. When I leave town there's only one colleague I trust to cover. Mostly this works out. I schedule my trips so they don't

Discover the New You at niu&nau

Mumbai - The Indian Hotels Company Limited (IHCL), South Asia's largest hospitality company, announces the launch of its new salon brand, niu&nau. The unisex salons will present a re-imagined

What Makes Traveler’s Sick - The Life of a Hotel Doctor

American water. Foreign travelers worry that America's fierce advocacy of the free market includes opposition to government meddling in the water supply. I regularly assure them that all American tap

MMGY Global’s Portrait Of American Travelers Survey Reveals Significant Shifts In What Is Influencing Travelers Most

MMGY Travel Intelligence, MMGY Global's research and insights company, released the findings of its 2019-2020 Portrait of American Travelers® survey - the 29th annual edition of the acclaimed study

Designing Smart Home Products That People Will Actually Use

In the late 1950s, RCA Whirlpool introduced the world to the “Miracle Kitchen,” a bold vision of the future in which every device in the home was automated, networked, and tasked with making life

Boutique Rental Brand Sonder Raises Another $225 Million

Sonder's hotel-style serviced apartments operate in that sweet spot between Airbnb homeshares and full-on hotels. There are, of course, plenty of rivals doing a similar thing, but this funding round

Why These Hotels Don't Allow Children - and Why it's a Brilliant Idea

Many hotels are choosing to enforce an over-16 (read: child-free) policy, but, contrary to popular notion, it’s not driven by an aversion towards kids, all that the hoteliers are trying to do

Oyo Claims It Has Overtaken IHG as World's Third Largest Chain

Oyo has been making upbeat announcements more than usual in the past few weeks. Is it building itself up towards an IPO, or more funding, or is it fending off critics, skeptics and issues in India

Britons Are Set To Splash £1 Billion On Items They Forget To Pack For Their Summer Holiday

Britons need to ensure they take extra spends on their summer break this year as two thirds (67%) of holidaymakers will forget to pack two essential items, despite spending nearly a day packing