Le Bristol Paris’ resident white male Burmese cat welcomes a female friend to the luxury hotel.
Hilton Worldwide is going high tech. Guests will soon be able to use their smartphones to access their hotel rooms.
New York’s famous Plaza Hotel now has its own version of Monopoly, aptly called Plaza-opoly.
Four Seasons Dubai at Jumeirah Beach, the debut property for the luxury hotel brand in the emirate, is taking reservations for stays from December 1.
Luxury hotel The Peninsula Tokyo has launched a PR campaign for their littlest guests by inviting characters from Pokémon to invade their hotel.
A newly released list of the most extravagant 101 hotel suites in the world is a telling look at how the rich and famous travel.
Triple Creek Ranch in Darby has been ranked as the top hotel worldwide by the Travel and Leisure Magazine’s reader survey.
After several months of renovation and construction, the Peninsula Paris will open on August 1.
A luxury floating hotel is set to open in Bahrain this fall and is being seen as a potential test run in advance of the Qatar World Cup in 2022.
LVMH Hotel Management has announced the reopening on October 15 of Hôtel Saint-Barth Isle de France.
Four Seasons has unveiled its new Vacation Rental website to enable guests to browse and select their urban residence or resort villa of choice.
SIX SENSES HOTELS RESORTS Spas will open its first European location in Portugal. The opening of the resort is scheduled for next year.
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.
The Burj Al Arab in Dubai has been named the best hotel in the world by readers of The Telegraph’s luxury magazine Ultratravel.
After hotel chains increasingly abandon the hotel minibar and room service, newspapers could also become obsolete.
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.
Four Seasons invites travellers to discover diverse cultures, learn new skills, journey through history, and see the world as they never have before.