NEW YORK – As Starwood Hotels and Resorts expands to meet the evolving global consumer, it does not have to contend with the baggage of heritage, according to an executive at Luxury Retail Summit 2014 Sept. 9.
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Condé Nast Traveler is extending its reach beyond print to ensure that its readers have well-executed vacations through its inaugural Condé Nast Traveler Institute.
The Ritz-Carlton Hotels is gradually unveiling a social video series piece by piece, a tactic commonly used by fashion brands.
Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach is hosting the Palm Beach Food & Wine Festival Dec. 11-14 to get local foodies inside its property.
The Peninsula Tokyo is summoning the beloved Pokémon series to its property through a themed and interactive offer.
Trump SoHo New York is capitalizing on the traffic generated by New York Fashion Week with a relevant shopping experience.
The Fairmont Beijing is partnering with automaker BMW to offer guests emission-free transportation through the new electric i series.
Mandarin Oriental is highlighting its “He’s a Fan, She’s a Fan” campaign through a mobile advertisement on the Wall Street Journal’s iPad application.
Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong is aligning itself with the Hong Kong Sinfonietta to appeal to the musically inclined.
Starwood Hotels and Resorts is rolling out a new version of its Starwood Preferred Guest loyalty program, SPG Pro, to cater to business professionals.