The United States still accounts for more than half of the online search for luxury hotels, but searches in countries such as China are rapidly increasing, according to a report by the Digital Luxury Group.
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NEW YORK – Luxury brands managed to reap huge profits with crude strategies in China a few years ago, but now only smart marketers versed in cultural norms will survive, according to a China Luxury Advisor partner at Luxury Interactive 2014 on Oct 15.
NEW YORK – Although a single tweet did not suddenly cause the Four Seasons to jump on social platforms, the cold coffee anecdote is emblematic of the consumer behavior shift that occurred several years ago and has had a cascading effect ever since, according to an executive at Luxury Interactive 2014 on Oct. 15.
our Seasons Hotel Silicon Valley at East Palo Alto, CA, is extending the opportunity to experience the James Beard House menu prepared by executive chef Marco Fossati of its Quattro restaurant.
Four Seasons Hotel St. Louis is providing a solution for consumers whose luggage is lost in transit with help from Saks Fifth Avenue in the same city.
The Ritz-Carlton is sparking interest among its dedicated guests with an opportunity for Ritz-Carlton Rewards members to spend an evening with gold medalists Meryl Davis and Charlie White.
Private aviation company Wheels Up is partnering with lifestyle management firm Four Hundred to create a concierge program.
Luxury brands bolstered ecommerce and fostered compelling in-store experiences in the third quarter of 2014.
Hotel brands are trying to fill the awareness vacuum in China as many travelers consider international and domestic travel for the first time, according to a new report by L2.
Luxury brands consistently turned to Instagram and WeChat to reach younger and aspirational consumers in the third quarter of 2014.