Marriott International and Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide are attempting to ease the transition of their merger for loyalty customers.
Hilton-owned Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts is climbing the ranks in terms of international brand awareness, despite consumers spending less time traveling, according to the Luxury Institute.
Private aviation company XOJet customers will now have to book through mobile application JetSmarter to fly its charters.
The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company is innovating in the meetings and events space by encouraging organizers to book with its new sensory-stimulating conference program.
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While much attention is being paid to millennials in the media, it is Generations X and Y, in their role as Globizens, who are energizing change in the world of luxury travel.
Barring new injections of economic turmoil around the world, luxury purchases are on track to steadily increase in the United States through the rest of 2015, according to a new report by Shullman Research Center.
Vacation rental Web site Luxury Rentals from HomeAway is quickly expanding its luxury section to capitalize on the travel trends of affluent consumers.
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