The New York Times is expanding its travel program to include 21 land-based tours that further cement its position as an arbiter of taste and evinces the publisher’s push for extra streams of revenue.
Travel and hospitality
The Ritz-Carlton Montreal is bolstering its support for local children’s charity CHU Sainte Justine Foundation with a five-year $100,000 commitment and other efforts.
Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts is preparing for its next around the world package April 20 through May 5 that centers on the arts while traveling throughout Europe.
Trump SoHo, New York, is building conversations with bridal parties searching for the ideal place to hold their nuptials with a new and ongoing Twitter chat series.
When booking a hotel, almost three-quarters of travelers look to a hotel’s Web site and mobile application to make a decision, according to a recent report from Magnani Caruso Dutton.
Global markets shuddered on Monday with sell-offs abounding, but pulled it together on Tuesday and Wednesday. Will the uncertainty in Ukraine and the straining of international relations impact luxury brands for the long-haul?
In the wake of economic slowdown, 80 percent of luxury executives are optimistic about the increasing spending habits of ultra-high-net-worth individuals, according to a report conducted by Wealth-X.
Preferred Hotel Group is leveraging its largely hands-off model to empower hotels seeking greater independence, while still developing a strong central network.
Luxury brands are waiting for the international polo season to hit full stride so they can court the affluent through sponsorships, special products and brand alignment.
Italian jeweler Bulgari is strengthening its relationship with the fashion industry by sponsoring The Glamour of Italian Fashion exhibit April 5 through July 27 at London’s Victoria & Albert Museum.