February 5, 2023

Sleep tight

As the way corporates manage their accommodation spend evolves, Gill Upton investigates how travel managers can make the most of their budgets

The long game

For longer business stays, aparthotels and serviced apartments can present both traveller wellbeing benefits and cost savings, writes Gillian Upton

Suite success

Airlines are maintaining their focus on business class, with the cabin offering better profit potential than seats further forward, writes Gary Noakes

Carbon offsetting services

Climate CareOne of the longest-established carbon offsetters has partnered with countless travel companies and even the Norwegian government to reduce their environmental impact by...

New hotels in London

Nhow LondonThe NH group opened its first UK hotel as part of the new 250 City Road development in east London in January. Vibrant...

Protected species

Legal expert Joanna Kolatsis discusses the intricacies of packaged travel legislation

In the driving seat

The world of taxis and chauffeur hire is not one to stand idle, reports Nick Easen, who discovers a fast-paced and increasingly innovative sector

Close to home

The development pipeline for the likes of Premier Inn and Travelodge is testament to the UK’s burgeoning hotel sector, writes Catherine Chetwynd

Going the extra mile

It’s a subject that can no longer be ignored, but how are companies embracing traveller wellbeing? Nick Easen investigates