Raise your hands... those who yearn to get on a plane and fly to some exotic destination. In fact, at this point, anywhere outside the confines of our homes, in any form of transport will do nicely, thank
Traveling to Las Vegas at the start of the year to see what tomorrow looks like, has been something I've always looked forward to through the years. CES was that for me, opening my eyes to what the future
Abstract: Mobility has never played a more important part in our lives as it now does in these COVID times which has forced the world and most especially the hospitality industry to adopt a contactless
Let me say at the outset, I am not a doctor nor an epidemiologist, nor am I someone who, after soaking up a multitude of news bulletins or podcasts, attending webinars, or reading a gazillion words about
For the Hotel Yearbook, Pertlink’s Terence Ronson shares another of his comprehensive and highly re.
Over the last few years, many more travelers have gravitated to roller bags, you know the [often German-branded] carry-on type that just fits into the ever-shrinking overhead compartments on planes, which
Over the past few years, Hong Kong has experienced a slew of new hotel openings, but none more highly anticipated, and envied than the Rosewood Hong Kong which finally threw its doors open at 3pm on Sunday
THAT'S AWFUL - but in all honesty, it was an accident waiting to happen. All of the major robberies, and with this I include hacks who embark on unapproved removal of an asset - successful or failed, have
In Greek mythology, MORPHEUS is the God of Dreams. Without doubt, the hotel is just that, since the targeted clientele for the exoskeleton building appear to be dreamers who aim to win big in the casino
Have you ever thought about how much paper is still in use – mostly needlessly – in your hotel? Terence Ronson has. For The Hotel Yearbook, he makes the rounds and tallies up all the forms, reports, work orders, requests, lists, folios, CVs, POs, menus, forecasts….