Hotel News Tokyo Gina Aloft is Marriott International's first Aloft hotel in Japan. The hotel targets music enthusiasts and tech-savvy travelers. And it has 205 comfy rooms, multiple F&B outlets, a 24-hour gym, and interactive open spaces.. Destination GInza Ginza is a popular shopping district in Tokyo, Japan. Not only is Ginza home to numerous …
1 Hotel Haitang Bay is an eco-friendly resort on the tropical island of Hainan in Southern China. Overlooking Haitang Bay, the resort hotel has 294 units, seven food and beverage outlets, a spa, swimming pools, a fitness room, and facilities for meetings and events. China Travel 1 Hotel Haitang Bay is the latest hotel to …
Veranda Resort Pattaya Na Jomtien -MGallery is a beachfront hotel in a laid-back section of Pattaya. The 145-room hotel has four food and beverage outlets. Also, it has a free-form swimming pool overlooking the beach. Other facilities include a gym, a spa, and a kids' club.
India's travel industry is currently the world's seventh largest and is predicted to move into third place over the next decade. Hotel group leaders discuss the opportunities and challenges facing the industry.
The Lancaster Bangkok opened in November 2017. A five-star property, the hotel has 271 rooms, three food and beverage outlets, a rooftop swimming pool, a spa, and a spacious, well-equipped fitness centre.
The Golden Sea Pattaya Hotel is located in a quiet neighborhood between Central and South Pattaya. Despite the peaceful immediate surroundings, however, it is just a short walk from a busy commercial strip and a bustling bar street close to many key attractions.
Cape Dara is a beachfront resort in Pattaya, Thailand. The hotel has 264 guest rooms, six food and beverage outlets, a full-service spa, two outdoor swimming pools, and a private beach. A popular beach resort, Pattaya is the closest beach resort to Bangkok.
Courtyard Marriott Hong Kong Sha Tin celebrates the opening of its new rooftop bar and lounge with a lavish party. It is the 4 star hotel's 3rd food and beverage outlet.
One of the top pet peeves of travellers is hotel mini bars charging exhorbitant prices. And an increasing number of hotels are scrapping the concept owing to rising costs and shrinking demand.