1. Top 10 of the fastest growing tourist destinations in Europe
  2. growth in inbound tourism in UK, 39.2 million visits in 2017
  3. Russian Tourism expects 15% rise on international tourism after 2018 World Cup
  4. Thomas Cook closes in-house bed bank, Medhotels
  5. New York’s Plaza Hotel (finally) sold to Qatari?
  6. Turkey’s tourist paradise Antalya welcomes 2 million tourists in June
  7. Top 5 cities in Russia where you can travel during World Cup
  8. 47 million Americans to travel for July Fourth Holiday
  9. Bulgari to open hotel in Paris in 2020
  10. FAUCHON announces “20 hotels in the next ten years”
  11. 10.6 million international tourists visited Mexico in the first quarter
  12. More than 1.2 billion tourists traveled worldwide in 2017
  13. Visitors up by 50.5 percent in Russia for the upcoming FIFA World Cup
  14. Qatar Airways Launches Services To London Gatwick Airport
  15. London dropped out of top corporate travel destinations
  16. Dubai rises as a major tourism destination
  17. Hotel taxation in London can generate $2 million to $4 million revenue
  18. Russia expects half a million foreign visitors for 2018 FIFA World Cup
  19. Google Arts & Culture partners with Ministry of Tourism on ‘Incredible India’ tourism campaign
  20. Maldives to welcome world’s first underwater hotel residence
  21. Marriott expands its Middle East and Africa portfolio with signing of over 5,000 rooms
  22. Turkey to welcome 40 million international tourists with $30 billion revenue in 2018
  23. UAE expected to generate 720,000 travel and tourism industry jobs by 2028
  24. France’s Ritz hotel made world record in luxury furniture auctioning for €7.3 million
  25. Emirates To Debut Its New Fully Enclosed First Class Private Suite For The First Time At ATM
  26. Cyprus tourism revenue reaches €38.4 million in 2018
  27. Philippines’ popular beach destination Boracay Island may reopen
  28. Tourism ministers of Cyprus, Greece and Egypt discussed on cruise tourism
  29. Santo Maris Oia Luxury Suites & Spa: the first certified Boutique Hotel in Greece
  30. New York welcomed more than 62 million visitors in 2017
  31. After record year Global tourism predicted to slow
  32. Vancouver welcomes 10.3 million visitors
  33. International travel by 5% in 2018, highest in last 20 years
  34. ITB Berlin 2018, world’s largest tourism trade show
  35. “Trip consideration”: the new travel ad product of Facebook
  36. 287 million tourists in China during Lunar New Year holiday
  37. Marriott Mena House, Cairo Historic Palace in Egypt
  38. 120000 Chinese Tourists expected To Visit UAE the upcoming Lunar New Year
  39. Ireland sees red! light up in red to celebrate Chinese New Year
  40. San Diego Initiative To Attract 15 Million Chinese Tourist
  41. Four Seasons Hotel Cairo at Nile Plaza Rings in the Chinese New Year at 8 restaurant
  42. Turkey reshaping historical tourism to increase tourists’ influx
  43. Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris
  44. Live the Love at Four Seasons Resort Marrakech
  45. VisitBritain launches new campaign to boost inbound tourism
  46. Celebrate Valentine’s Day with the Gift of Travel
  47. Growth and Change: The Shifting Luxury Travel Market
  48. Chicago had a record 55 million visitors in 2017
  49. Google Flights will now inform the delays of airlines
  50. 18.7 percent growth in UK visitors to Maldives
  51. Hilton’s Collection Brands Launch Major Expansion
  52. Japan has new ‘weird hotel’ with robot receptionists
  53. France to give itself greater means for tourism
  54. Surprise for the top 3 most visited countries in 2017
  55. Los Angeles Record 48.3 Million Visitors in 2017
  56. Abu Dhabi More Than 3.5m Room Night Hotel in 2017
  57. ‘Milestone year for Greece’, welcomes 30m visitors
  58. Luxembourg government sanctioned €60 million budget for tourism
  59. Dubai top as 2017 MICE Destination in Middle East
  60. Pamukkale in Turkey provides exclusive wellness
  61. Turkey’s tourism boom might cause hotel shortage in the country
  62. Marrakech attracts a record 2.5 million tourists in 2017
  63. Thailand Tourism Hits Record High In 2017, Welcoming 35 Million Visitor On 29 December
  64. 135 million Chinese tourists will travel in New Year’s holiday
  65. 7.4 million visitors ventured Beverly Hills in 2016
  66. Niagara Falls to welcome over 1.3 million visitors for Festival of Lights
  67. Over 4.5 million travelling on Christmas weekend to be the busiest day of 2017
  68. Qatar Airways Opens Fourth New Gateway Into Thailand
  69. new ‘Connected Room’ concept Hilton launch
  70. GCC Country visitors to UK up 6.6% in 2016
  71. Google updated its free mobile itinerary-planning app Google Trips
  72. Thailand Convention Bureau targets EU markets for events in 2018
  73. Debut for the eTravel Start-up Day at ITB Berlin
  74. Egypt tourism is reviving after discovery of 3500 years ago tombs in Luxor
  75. Disney Cruises plans new events
  76. Jumeirah Beach Hotel To Go Under Extended Renovation In 2018
  77. Hilton opens two beachfront in Cancun
  78. Fosun to make investment in the travel and tourism business
  79. Mice growth that increase in Africa
  80. IBTM World 2017 Celebrates 30th Anniversary in Record Style
  81. Tourist arrivals to Europe grew by 8% during 2017
  82. UK retailers look Overseas for Black Friday spending boost
  83. + 6% in January-April 2017 for the International Tourist Arrivals Worldwide
  84. Louvre Abu Dhabi, ‘universal museum’ to be launched in November 2017
  85. London tops the list of Europe’s cities for international travel
  86. London Most Third Popular touriste Destination

 

 

 

 

 

Hilton’s Collection Brands Launch Major Expansion with Lineup of Impressive Independent Hotels

Hilton’s collection brands continue to make their mark on the world, kicking off 2018 with more than 75 hotels in the combined Curio Collection by Hilton and Tapestry Collection by Hilton pipeline.

Curio Collection comprises nearly 50 one-of-a-kind, upper upscale hotels around the world and will be opening more in exciting destinations such as Portland, Ore., Costa Rica and Iceland. Tapestry Collection, which launched last year, will more than double its existing portfolio of independent, upscale hotels and open in landmark cities such as Washington, D.C.

Our robust pipeline will soon bring Curio Collection by Hilton to over 100 hotels and resorts by 2020,” said Mark Nogal, global head, Curio Collection by Hilton. “Through our expansion, travelers will be able to experience authentic travel moments all while reaping the benefits of our award-winning Hilton Honors loyalty program in new destinations around the world.”

Hilton will welcome the following hotels to its collection brand portfolios in early 2018:
Hotel Saranac, Curio Collection by Hilton: The first hotel to join Curio Collection in 2018, nestled in the idyllic village of Saranac Lake, N.Y., this property boasts 102 newly renovated rooms and an on-site restaurant, bar and outdoor lounge. The breathtaking waterfront and local shops are a quick walk away.


The city of love will welcome two hotels: Niepce Paris, Curio Collection by Hilton and Maison Astor Paris, Curio Collection by Hilton. Both properties are rich with Parisian history and décor, and short distances away from the Eiffel Tower, Rue de Rennes shopping street and renowned art galleries.


Reykjavik Konsulat Hotel, Curio Collection by Hilton: In the location of a historic 1900s department store, the new charming property boasts eclectic architecture maintaining elements of the former building with a modern nod to Icelandic culture and is steps from Harpa Concert Hall, Parliament and local attractions.


The Porter Portland, Curio Collection by Hilton: Soaring 16 stories above the bustling Fountain District, the hotel is steps away from premier shops, top restaurants and the Willamette River. Enjoy the boutique rooms, rooftop bar, spa and 10,111 square feet of unique indoor/outdoor event space.


Gran Hotel Costa Rica, Curio Collection by Hilton: Located in the vibrant and historical city of San Jose, the hotel sits adjacent to the pedestrian boulevard Avenida Central and overlooks the National Theatre. Its location steps away from local cafés, shops, museums and tourist attractions, combined with the thoughtful amenities throughout the property, make this an ideal retreat.


The Graham Hotel Washington DC, Tapestry Collection by Hilton: Situated in the heart of Georgetown, one of D.C.’s most affluent and historic areas, guests can explore important landmarks, prestigious universities, the Potomac River waterfront and numerous independent shops and restaurants.


Hotel Ballast Wilmington, Tapestry Collection by Hilton: Located in downtown Wilmington, N.C., this revamped property sits along the Cape Fear waterfront, provides views of the historic USS North Carolina Battleship, and has access to the bustling Riverwalk and boardwalk.


“Finishing an impressive first year, Tapestry Collection by Hilton will continue to offer travelers upscale independent hotel experiences unique to their destination by more than doubling the collection in its second year,” said Jenna Hackett, global head, Tapestry Collection by Hilton.

By Latifa Zenaina

Influencer Marketing

 

Curio Collection comprises nearly 50 one-of-a-kind, upper upscale hotels around the world and will be opening more in exciting destinations such as Portland, Ore., Costa Rica and Iceland. Tapestry Collection, which launched last year, will more than double its existing portfolio of independent, upscale hotels and open in landmark cities such as Washington, D.C.

Our robust pipeline will soon bring Curio Collection by Hilton to over 100 hotels and resorts by 2020,” said Mark Nogal, global head, Curio Collection by Hilton. “Through our expansion, travelers will be able to experience authentic travel moments all while reaping the benefits of our award-winning Hilton Honors loyalty program in new destinations around the world.”

Hilton will welcome the following hotels to its collection brand portfolios in early 2018:
Hotel Saranac, Curio Collection by Hilton: The first hotel to join Curio Collection in 2018, nestled in the idyllic village of Saranac Lake, N.Y., this property boasts 102 newly renovated rooms and an on-site restaurant, bar and outdoor lounge. The breathtaking waterfront and local shops are a quick walk away.


The city of love will welcome two hotels: Niepce Paris, Curio Collection by Hilton and Maison Astor Paris, Curio Collection by Hilton. Both properties are rich with Parisian history and décor, and short distances away from the Eiffel Tower, Rue de Rennes shopping street and renowned art galleries.


Reykjavik Konsulat Hotel, Curio Collection by Hilton: In the location of a historic 1900s department store, the new charming property boasts eclectic architecture maintaining elements of the former building with a modern nod to Icelandic culture and is steps from Harpa Concert Hall, Parliament and local attractions.


The Porter Portland, Curio Collection by Hilton: Soaring 16 stories above the bustling Fountain District, the hotel is steps away from premier shops, top restaurants and the Willamette River. Enjoy the boutique rooms, rooftop bar, spa and 10,111 square feet of unique indoor/outdoor event space.


Gran Hotel Costa Rica, Curio Collection by Hilton: Located in the vibrant and historical city of San Jose, the hotel sits adjacent to the pedestrian boulevard Avenida Central and overlooks the National Theatre. Its location steps away from local cafés, shops, museums and tourist attractions, combined with the thoughtful amenities throughout the property, make this an ideal retreat.


The Graham Hotel Washington DC, Tapestry Collection by Hilton: Situated in the heart of Georgetown, one of D.C.’s most affluent and historic areas, guests can explore important landmarks, prestigious universities, the Potomac River waterfront and numerous independent shops and restaurants.


Hotel Ballast Wilmington, Tapestry Collection by Hilton: Located in downtown Wilmington, N.C., this revamped property sits along the Cape Fear waterfront, provides views of the historic USS North Carolina Battleship, and has access to the bustling Riverwalk and boardwalk.


“Finishing an impressive first year, Tapestry Collection by Hilton will continue to offer travelers upscale independent hotel experiences unique to their destination by more than doubling the collection in its second year,” said Jenna Hackett, global head, Tapestry Collection by Hilton.

By Latifa Zenaina

Influencer Marketing

 

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