Published: Mar 31, 2022
Krabi, a paradise with bounteous nature, beautiful beaches and spectacular islands in the Andaman archipelago, was named the province with the best hospitality in Thailand, according to Booking.com’s Traveller Review Awards 2022.
Published: Feb 28, 2022
ONDA is the only company in South Korea providing hotels with a Korean customer base following the Covid-19 pandemic and offering international markets one of Korea's largest lodging sales networks (ONDA GDS) as its main product.
Published: Oct 23, 2021
After a bad year for business in 2020 as the COVID-19 pandemic shut down travel around the world, Viet Nams tourism revenue fell even further this year. Plans were discussed by experts at a forum to access the current state of the hospitality market and map out a way towards a post-COVID-19 recovery.
Published: May 29, 2021
U City, whose main business is the hospitality business with 51 hotels and 8,978 keys, is poised to benefit from what Airbnb CEO, Brian Chesky regards as ‘the Travel rebound of the Century’ as countries open their borders, and people are desperate to travel after more than a year of restrictions.
Published: Apr 22, 2021
The world-renowned medical expert joins highly anticipated health and wellness community in Phuket Montara Hospitality Group, the Bangkok-based developer behind the award-winning luxury resort destination Trisara and Michelin-starred PRU, is developing Tri Vananda, a comprehensive health and wellness residential community in Phuket, Thailand, to be completed in 2023. Montara is investing over THB 6,600 million (USD 220 million) in Tri Vananda, envisioned to become Asia’s largest and most comprehensive wellness residential community.
Published: Apr 18, 2019
Thailand’s hotel and property development firm Dusit International has signed a franchise agreement with Al Masar Hotel Management LLC, to upgrade the former Dusit Residence Dubai Marina as it transforms into the Dusit Princess Residences Dubai Marina.
Published: Apr 15, 2019
The latest Hotel Price Index (HPI) from Hotels.com revealed no sign of a slowdown for the global travel industry. The price travellers paid for overnight accommodation rose 3 per cent globally in 2018 across every regional index, except for the Pacific including Thailand.