The legal battle for the ownership of Park Hyatt Goa is over. The Supreme Court of India on Monday decided that the original owner of the hotel had to hand it over to ITC within 6 months, and from there, we don’t know if this will be a Park Hyatt or an ITC Hotel.
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InterContinental Hotel Group has added a new luxury brand to their portfolio, with their acquisition of 51% in the Asian hotel brand Regent. They intend to put this brand on top of the InterContinental brand in terms of luxury hierarchy and are starting with reflagging InterContinental Hong Kong to Regent Hong Kong.
Carlson Rezidor has been renamed to Radisson Hotel Group. Though the name is not the only thing that Carlson Rezidor has changed. Club Carlson loyalty program is also expected to be revamped on March 5, 2018. Here’s what we know so far!
Airbnb has introduced a new pay later option, with which it will offer customers the opportunity to book their stays with a 50% advance rather than the complete amount of booking. This should help those who plan their holidays much in advance since they will be able to save on blocking off a lot of money till arrival.
Delta and Marriott seem to be in a hot soup in China with their apparent mistakes calling Chinese territories nations in their own right. And Marriott has been shut down in China for a week for this so-called mistake of theirs!
Here is the definitive list of the 10 Indian Luxury Hotels we are looking forward to having their doors opened in 2018. All of these are going to be Legen…dary, as Barney Stinson says!
Imagine being a mini-celebrity with an entourage of butlers just to take that perfect picture for Instagram. Conrad Maldives makes it possible now with the new Insta-Butler Service!
An iconic 40-year old Taj hotel will go up for auction next month. Here is how they Taj got to this stage where it is losing a gem from their collection.
The InterContinental Marine Drive in Mumbai (apparently) left some guests out on a cold rainy night and did not accommodate them into a room they (apparently) paid for. Is it the case of a reputed brand being at fault, or is it the case of some guests misinterpreting the rules and now taking the hotel to the cleaners?
Finally the situation gets better. We find a map in the room at the Hyatt Regency we are currently staying at. Here is how a hotel that left the safety signage behind dealt with it.
I just checked into a brand new Hyatt hotel, and I find a very essential safety element missing around here. I’ve tried my best to contact the hotel management as well as corporate, but no one seems to be worried. What would you do in my place?