Want to hit a hotel where you’ll only be surrounded by beautiful people? Rekindle the romance? And rest assured that you’ll be well-fed?
A few forward-thinking hoteliers are launching World Cup-themed menus, opening special viewing lounges and broadcasting games live.
Destinia.com has introduced the first hotel booking app for Google Glass.
Philippe Starck has unveiled images detailing his luxurious ‘Yoo inspired by Starck’ Quebec design debut.
Hilton introduce Curio-A Collection by Hilton, a new global brand of 4- and 5-star, independently operated hotels that will retain their own unique names.
W Hotels announced the launch of its first ever fitness program, FIT with Tara Stiles, rolling out to all 45 of the W hotels and resorts around the world.
The Burj Al Arab in Dubai has been named the best hotel in the world by readers of The Telegraph’s luxury magazine Ultratravel.
Chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s London hotel will feature a jagged exterior, private garden and triple-height restaurant
After hotel chains increasingly abandon the hotel minibar and room service, newspapers could also become obsolete.
The Zplage restaurant and private beach at the Hôtel Martinez in Cannes welcomes guests during the warm season.
When it opens in 2017, the City of Dreams Hotel Tower in Macau will house 780 guestrooms, suites and sky villas.
Burj Al Arab is to offer couples the opportunity to get married on its helipad 212 metres above the Arabian Gulf – at a minimum price of $55,000.
Arianna Huffington Joins Forces with Global Hotel Chain to Help Guests ‘Work Well’ as Part of The Westin Well-being Movement.
Editors of the US edition of Condé Nast Traveler have released their picks for the best new hotels of 2014.
TripAdvisor has released its Top 10 Highest-Rated Green Hotels in the US, giving top honors to the Bardessono hotel in Napa Valley, California.
The Lutetia, one of the most iconic hotels on the Rive Gauche of Paris, is selling part of its collection of furniture, art and wine at auction.
Four Seasons invites travellers to discover diverse cultures, learn new skills, journey through history, and see the world as they never have before.
Hilton has announced it will open Waldorf Astoria Jerusalem in 2015 on the site of the former Palace Hotel, which last checked in guests in 1935.
Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts’ new 289-room urban retreat in Lhasa awaits guests eager to explore one of the world’s most storied destinations.
British billionaire and investor Sir Richard Branson is to buy Mont Rochelle Hotel & Mountain Vineyard in the South African region of Franschhoek.