You might think that the managers of short-term rental properties in Berlin faced sharp pain when ITB Berlin canceled its early March event, Europe's biggest travel fair. But you'd be partly wrong. New
Hotel Mani, a new 63-room boutique hotel on Berlin’s Rosenthaler Platz, is bustling with suitcase- pulling travelers arriving for Fashion Week. It’s the second hotel Ariel Schiff has built in the trendy Mitte district, and four more are in the pipeline.
Claus Sendlinger, CEO of Design Hotels, must be shaking his head these days. While the seismic shift toward content marketing is suddenly a hot topic today in hospitality and tourism circles, Sendlinger has been fine tuning the art of brand storytelling since the company’s inception in 1993.
In the first of IHIF's and JLL's look at European markets, we put Berlin, host city of the International Hotel Investment Forum, March 7-9, under the microscope. Stay tuned for future looks at Europe's top hospitality markets, including London and Madrid.
Highlighting individual human expression—even if it means looking in unexpected places such as street art—is one of our greatest tasks when it comes to hotel design. Art has always been an endless source of inspiration for both my design work and my personal life.
All good things come to an end. The International Hotel Investment Forum here at the InterContinental Berlin has culminated, but not before one last day of valuable sessions and networking. Discussin.
Decades after West Berlin attempted to woo tourists with the lackluster slogan “Berlin is worth a visit,” Germany’s capital has usurped Rome as the third most-visited city in Europe. Legions of hipsters and budget tourist groups now pour into the city, looking for cheap rooms and invading its streets and clubs.
This week, Hotel Management is in Berlin for the 17th annual Hotel Investment Forum. Events kicked off today with nearly 2,000 delegates from all over the world in attendance. Editor in chief Stephan.
The number of tourists visiting the German capital has increased by three percent in the first quarter of 2017. At the same time, the number of overnight stays has decreased. The neighbor city of Potsdam feels the positive impact of Berlin’s tourism boom.
Most of Berlin advertisements for Airbnb accommodation still lack the registration number. The hosts are threatened with severe penalties of up to 500,000 euros for not registering. But the business is