Marriott International, now merged with Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, has sold The St. Regis San Francisco hotel to Qatar Investment Authority.
Online flash retailer Gilt is venturing out to sea with a series of pop-up shops aboard Celebrity Cruises ships.
French-Italian label Moncler is putting its outerwear in front of consumers who pass through the Hamad International Airport in Doha, Qatar with a temporary shop.
Baby boomers are the leading demographic making up the luxury travel market spend with higher numbers of annual visits, according to Allied Market Research.
Aviation mobile application Blade is giving passengers on its scheduled flights between New York to Miami more personal space by reconfiguring a commercial plane.
As the frenzied holiday season begins, traditional retailers are reaping profits from increased traffic from over-the-top Black Friday deals, but for travel brands Cyber Monday is the day that wins out.
Private aviator Wheels Up is now offering service to and from Havana, Cuba.
With consumers becoming more invested in longer vacation stays overseas, Iceland has dramatically increased in interest with not just adventure seekers but with affluent families as well, according to Virtuoso.
Department store Bergdorf Goodman is ensuring a quintessential New York holiday shopping experience for guests of boutique luxury hotel, The Quin.
Affluent parents are increasingly bringing their children with them as they travel first class and stay at luxury properties, creating a growing need for kid-friendly amenities.