It is no secret that personalization has been the hot topic for hotel marketers and technology professionals over the past couple of months. Research has shown that guests searching for travel information are no different than any other online consumer; they are now expecting a significant level of personalization during their travel
Britain's tourism industry could benefit from a weaker pound in the wake of Brexit if the UK ensures it continues to attract visitors from around the world.
This is the message from the chief executive of the UK’s tourism body, VisitBritain, Sally Balcombe, who has issued a plea for unity and hard work following the UK’s
Contrary to market expectations, the United Kingdom surprisingly voted in favor of leaving the European Union through a referendum on 23rd June 2016. While the Brexit, or the exit of Britain from the EU, may not have many short term implications, it is likely to significantly impact the economic health of the UK as well as the EU over the long
Umang Bedi, the South Asia managing director of the multinational software company Adobe, regularly spends his weekends refining his golf game.
Last year, he bought a four-bedroom villa, which is part of a residential golf development in Kolar, about 45 miles east Bangalore, a congested city that is considered India’s
What will the next generation of MSC Cruises ships be like? See for yourself with a look at the video above, which offers a sneak peek at the features planned for the soon-to-debut MSC Meraviglia -- one of the largest cruise vessels ever conceived.
As can be in the video -- a promotional reel that MSC officially will release on Friday
For the past few years, my friends and I have noticed two trends when dining. First, seemingly every high-end menu rebukes factory farming with an essay about locally sourced pork belly, and second, just about every one of these restaurants looks so much like a factory — with exposed light bulbs, steel details and brick walls — that I'm