NEW YORK – As consumer expectations lean increasingly toward transparency, a brand’s dedication to sustainable business practices is more important than ever before, said panelists at Luxury FirstLook: Time for Luxury 2.0 on Jan. 18.
Despite President-elect Donald Trump’s penchant for private planes, his inauguration festivities are expected to draw less private jet traffic into Washington than President Obama’s swearing in.
NEW YORK – When hiring, passion is a stronger indicator of a good fit than an applicant’s experience, according to the general manager of Four Seasons Hotel New York speaking at Luxury FirstLook: Time for Luxury 2.0 on Jan. 18.
The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company is teeing off with its first-ever golf resort on “the Hawaii of China.”
Despite concerns of terrorist attacks, Chinese travelers are booking European trips to celebrate the Year of the Rooster, according to a report by ForwardKeys.
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Department store chain Saks Fifth Avenue is soaring on street level with a United Airlines-themed window takeover that recreates the feeling of flying for passersby.
Panasonic and IBM Watson are working on a new way to improve the traveling experience for consumers with a digital concierge service that lets them access all hotel services from a unique cloud-based service.
The Mandarin Oriental, Washington is offering an exclusive shopping experience for guests visiting the United States capital for the 2017 presidential inauguration.
Swiss jeweler de Grisogono has put together an interactive guide to St. Moritz for the ultimate alpine get-together experience.