Hotel check-in and check-out Into Room 101 / BBC Greg Davies
A rise in hotel and cruise bookings has helped European travel group Tui sail through another year with more than 10% growth in profits. It said next year, profits would grow a similar amount as customers
Hoteliers in the Highlands say Brexit has caused a shortage in hospitality industry staff to reach "crisis levels". Inverness Hotels Association said applications to vacancies from workers in continental
The co-founder and chairman of the giant Chinese conglomerate HNA Group has died in a fall in southern France, while touring the Provence region. Wang Jian, 57, had climbed on a high parapet to take photographs
he much-anticipated meeting between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un will take place at a hotel on the Singaporean island of Sentosa, the White House has confirmed. The 12
The Isle of Arran resort of Auchrannie has become the first in Scotland to be owned by its employees. The resort has been owned and operated by the Johnston family since 1988 and is valued at £4.3m. An Employee Ownership Trust now holds 100% of the company's shares on behalf of its 160 employees.
The BBC has announced the results of its 2017 Affluent Millennial survey at the World Travel Market. The survey, which follows the award-winning study conducted by BBC Global News Ltd in 2016 into millennials
A video advising UK holidaymakers what to do in the event of a terror attack abroad has been released by police. The four-minute film depicts a firearms attack unfolding at a hotel and uses the "run, hide, tell" safety message.
On the first day in his new job, Choe Peng Sum was given a fairly simple brief: "Just go make us a lot of money." Fast forward about 20 years, and it's fair to say he has done just that. The business he runs, Frasers Hospitality, is one of the world's biggest providers of high-end serviced apartments.
You may think it is barking mad, but in Vienna a hotel arranges for dogs to go to the opera without their owners. The cultural nights out for canines are organised by the five-star Park Hyatt Vienna, which allows people to check in with their dogs or cats, and aims to be as pet-friendly as possible.