April 10, 2021

Serviced apartments

Synergy opens City of London apartments

Synergy Global Housing has opened a 41-unit property in The City of London as part of its plans to open in key European gateway cities.

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

Etc.venues sees rise in demand for workspace

By Bev Fearis, published 28/10/20 Demand for workspace has boosted bookings for meeting and events company etc.venues. The firm says it has has acquired close to...

News in brief: BA, BTA, ATPI and more

By Bev Fearis, published 21/10/20 Here’s a round-up of other business travel news this week: British Airways has been fined £20m by the Information Commissioner’s...

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

Time to come home

Serviced apartments tick many boxes in the new world, says Kim Ashmore, ASAP Global Partnerships Manager

Oakwood unveils new brand in China

By Bev Fearis, published 19/08/20 Oakwood has signed a strategic agreement to introduce up to 100 new properties across China. It has teamed up with Country...

MYSA’s Covid safety checklist

Published 12/08/20 As we see a gradual return to business travel, we are also seeing a new set of standards for accommodation cleanliness, says Gary...

ASAP appoints new Chair

By Bev Fearis, published 12/08/20 The Association of Serviced Apartment Providers (ASAP) has appointed Evelyn Haran as incoming Chair from September 1 2020. Currently Chief...

Insight: Rebuilding buyer confidence

Published 1/07/20 Claire Barrie, Vice President Sales for Synergy Global Housing, tells TBTM why she believes travel providers need to take a new approach to...