In view of the ongoing health crisis in Greater China, where the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) originated in the Hubei province at the end of 2019, many major hotel operators have put provisions in place for guests who had already booked travel into or out of the affected region but are now deterred by fears of contracting the infection.
As travelers seek experiences as diverse as their palates, demand for dynamic food and beverage programs is expanding globally. Continue reading How Hilton’s Luxury Brands Are Evolving Their Strategies to Prioritize Food and Beverage-Driven Experiences
Hilton has introduced its 18th brand. Tempo by Hilton is meant to be an affordable lifestyle brand for the modern traveler. But with so many lifestyle brands already out there, how will Tempo be able to stand out?
Hotel companies are always looking for the next big trend. It’s pretty hard to ignore business travelers’ desire to meet in refreshed spaces and get some work done outside the guest room. Continue reading Hilton to Build Tech-Driven Meeting and Event Spaces for Biz Travelers
Hilton and Lyft’s new loyalty partnership is a win-win for travelers. On one hand, Hilton members get completely free points for riding in Lyfts. On the other, it’ll also soon be possible to book rides with extra loyalty points.
The era of the smart home is upon us. But how far are we from the era of the smart hotel?
Technology companies and hotel brands alike are working to crack the various problems that come with bringing innovations like voice control into the hospitality environment at scale.
Hilton could introduce three brands next year, Hilton CEO Christopher Nassetta said on the company’s third-quarter earnings call.
Hilton and IHG have become the latest hotel groups to make changes to their cancellation policies.