April 13, 2021


Changing rooms

Hotels and serviced apartments are transforming their spaces to align with the new ways of working - and fill empty rooms, says Catherine Chetwynd

Falling out of contact

The shift towards touchless travel is accelerating amid the pandemic. Gill Upton outlines the latest developments

Clean sheet

Previously the under-appreciated cog in the wheel of hospitality, housekeeping teams have a newfound status in the pandemic crisis, writes Catherine Chetwynd

Date set for 2020 People Awards

By Bev Fearis, published 15/07/20 The winners of this year’s prestigious Business Travel People Awards will be announced at a virtual, live ceremony at 16.00...

ITM gears up for virtual conference

By Bev Fearis, published 7/05/20 Just under 700 delegates have signed up for The Institute of Travel Management’s first ever virtual annual conference next...

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...

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


The German capital – once divided by the Berlin Wall – is today known for its wealth of modern and historical landmarks, arts scene, festivals and nightlife.


The port of Osaka is Japan’s second largest city. It played a key role in the rice trade during the country's Edo period but today is an economic powerhouse home to several major technology companies


The world-famous port of Miami is a centre for finance, commerce, culture, entertainment and international trade. It is the fourth- largest urban area in the United States and its metro area alone has a population of around 5.5 million.