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JOBS | DIRECTOR OF SALES AND MARKETING

Mercure
HOTEL OR ENTITY 
Mercure Hanoi La Gare 
State: Ha Noi 
Country: Vietnam Opened on 1st September 2009, with its classical French – colonial style façade and a contemporary interior design, fearuting 102 rooms, a Brasserie Le Pavillon restaurant, a Bar and a terrace, Mercure Hanoi La Gare is the first mid – scale international branded hotel in Hanoi, located in the heart of the city, close to the Old Quarter and opposite Hanoi’s historic central railway station. See hotel description 

JOBS | HOUSEKEEPING MANAGER

HOTEL OR ENTITY 
ibis
Ibis Hotels Kuwait - Salmiya & Sharq Country Kuwait All over the world and at very competitive rates, ibis hotels offer their guests a well-designed and fully-equipped bedroom, as well as all the services of a modern economy hotel. See hotel description 


JOBS | STEWARD

ibisHOTEL OR ENTITY 
Ibis Hotels Kuwait - Salmiya & Sharq Country Kuwait All over the world and at very competitive rates, ibis hotels offer their guests a well-designed and fully-equipped bedroom, as well as all the services of a modern economy hotel. See hotel description

JOBS | ASSISTANT CHIEF ENGINEER

HOTEL OR ENTITY 
ibisIbis Hotels Kuwait - Salmiya & Sharq Country Kuwait All over the world and at very competitive rates, ibis hotels offer their guests a well-designed and fully-equipped bedroom, as well as all the services of a modern economy hotel. See hotel description

The Top Ten Celebrity Hotels.

1. The Morrison Hotel (Dublin, Ireland)
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2. Hotel Byblos (Saint Tropez, France)
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3. Hotel St Martins Lane (London, United Kingdom)
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4. Althoff Grandhotel Schloss Bensberg (Bergisch Gladbach, Germany)
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5. Hotel W Barcelona (Barcelona, Spain)
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6. Hotel Hassler Roma (Rome, Italy4Hoteliers Image Library

7. Schlosshotel im Grunewald (Berlin, Germany)
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8. Hotel De Crillon (Paris, France)4Hoteliers Image Library

9. Hotel Das Triest (Vienna, Austria)
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10. Hotel InterContinental Düsseldorf (Düsseldorf, Germany)
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Three Lessons that Hotels Should Learn from the Airlines.


Many hoteliers and revenue managers don't know that revenue management in hotels actually developed from the successes of airlines yield management practices. I know what you're thinking: 'my hotel doesn't fly, so I can't use the same processes that an airline does. It just doesn¹t make good business sense' Actually, it does.

Little Luxuries – How Hotels can do Better.


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It's amazing how it's the small luxuries we remember from a really good hotel visit, I still remember my joy on visiting one little bed and breakfast when I found real milk in a jug (protected by a bead-weighted embroidered doily), five different types of tea including Earl Grey and proper china teacups. Little luxuries are how hotels earn their five stars - see for example our review of The Baglioni where my colleague Jules was greeted with cold towels and drinks after arriving to check in on a scorching hot day.

NEWS | Wyndham announces first in Bahrain.


Wyndham Hotel Group announced plans for the first Wyndham Grand® property in Bahrain following the signing of an agreement with Cooperation Investment House SPC to manage its prestigious landmark building in Manama’s Bahrain Bay. Upon opening, the hotel will join the Wyndham Grand® Collection, an ensemble of distinguished hotels within the upscale Wyndham® Hotels and Resorts brand. Currently under development,

NEWS | Hotel stock index rises in September.


The Baird/STR Hotel Stock Index outperformed both the MSCI REIT (RMZ) (-2.2 percent) and the S&P 500 (+2.4 percent) in September 2012. The Baird/STR Hotel Stock Index reported a 3.3-percent increase in September to 2,475 and is up 22.2 percent year-to-date 2012. The index ended 2011 at 2,025. “As the third quarter came to a close, the Baird/STR Hotel Stock Index showed a modest increase as the stocks outperformed the RMZ and S&P for the second month in a row,” said Randy Smith, co-founder and chairman at STR.

NEWS| Starwood expects to open milestone 250th hotel in early 2013


With three of the world's most sought-after hotel brands, the mid-market Specialty Select Brand group of Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. is forecasting fast-paced global growth from the 18th annual Lodging Conference in sunny Phoenix, Arizona. Starwood's select-service portfolio, which includes Aloft, Element and Four Points by Sheraton, is expected to open its milestone 250th hotel in early 2013,

NEWS| ITC in talks to buy minority stake in DB Realty’s hotels


Hotel major ITC is in talks to buy a minority stake in DB Realty’s hospitality business for approximately Rs 700 crore, sources close to the development said.Hotel major ITC is in talks to buy a minority stake in DB Realty's hospitality business for approximately Rs 700 crore, sources close to the development said. Shares of DB realty surged over 4 per cent post the news break to hit their 52-week high of Rs 117.

NEWS | Indian Hotels shares drop on bid for Orient-Express


The bid may prove to be the last bold act by Tata group Chairman Ratan Tata before he retires at the end of this year, and marks a rare hostile approach from an Indian company. The scion of the Mumbai-based Tatas, India's most prominent business family, has built the software-to-steel conglomerate into the country's biggest business house through a series of large overseas acquisitions. But the group has a mixed record on deals, and investors greeted the offer for Orient-Express, priced at a 40 percent premium, with wariness. Indian Hotels would also assume Orient-Express debt,

NEWS | Starbucks India debut: Now serving Cappuccino Cafe Latte at Rs 95


Starbucks India debut: Now serving Cappuccino Cafe Latte at Rs 95Starbucks inaugurated its first store in India on Friday in a historic building in southern Mumbai as the Seattle-based coffee giant seeks growth in a market long associated with tea drinkers. "It is perhaps the most elegant, beautiful, dynamic store we've opened in our history," chief executive Howard Schultz said in an interview. A Cappuccino Café Latte will cost between Rs. 95 and Rs. 135, depending on the size, while iced coffee and blended beverages will cost Rs.

NEWS| Banyan Tree Opens in Shanghai


Banyan Tree has opened its first urban resort concept in mainland China. Banyan Tree Shanghai On The Bund provides river views from each of the resort’s 130 rooms. Expansive accommodation boasts generous interiors and oversized windows with views that open out onto the broad Bund thoroughfare and Huangpu River beyond. A variety of room types are available,

NEWS | Banyan Tree Samui taps Bollywood segment



Banyan Tree Samui is offering a special package tapping the Bollywood fans. The resort will offer the package featuring latest Bollywood movie – Student of the Year which has been extensively shot at the property. The Escape to Samui package include stays in Royal Banyan Pool Villa and the Sanctuary Pool Villa for INR70,691 per night, while fans may also enjoy the Deluxe Pool Villas for INR 47,742 per night. The package includes one return airport transfers,

NEWS | Accor to grow Mercure brand to 75 UK properties


Hotel group Accor has announced plans to grow its midscale Mercure brand to 75 UK properties. Four British hotels are set to open as part of the Mercure portfolio in the next four months. Located in London, Scotland, Milton Keynes and Darlington, the new franchise agreements will add 394 rooms to the Mercure estate and create 120 jobs. "We're committed to significantly growing our Mercure hotel portfolio by 2015 and this will largely be driven through our growing franchise development in the UK,"

NEWS | Accor to open new Novotel hotel in UAE


Accor, Accor HotelsFrench hotel operator Accor will open a new Novotel hotel in the UAE's capital later this month which will be clustered with an ibis hotel. Novotel is the midscale hotel brand within the Accor group portfolio known for its consistently high standard of service which contributes to the wellbeing of both business and leisure travelers. The new 224-room Novotel Abu Dhabi Gate will fill a need for quality, internationally-known, mid-scale accommodation for business and leisure travellers in Abu Dhabi with its spacious, modular-design guestrooms, balanced cuisine available 24/7,

NEWS | Accor sells 60% stake in 15 hotels to investment co SAMHI


Accor, Accor HotelsFrench hotel chain Accor on Monday said it has sold 60 per cent stake in 15 hotels under its entry level mid-market brand Formule 1 to hotel investment firm SAMHI. It did not disclose the specifics about the size of the deal. The company said it was in line with its ‘asset-light’ strategy.

NEWS | Shangri-La opens luxury hotel in Changzhou, China


Shangri-La opens luxury hotel in Changzhou, ChinaToday marks the debut of the Shangri-La Hotel in Changzhou, one of China's top business cities. This is the second collaboration between Shangri-La International Hotel Management Ltd. and Qiaoyu Group, Changzhou following the successful opening of Traders Fudu Hotel, Changzhou in 2005. Strategically located within Wujin Hi-tech Industrial Park and adjacent to the newly built Xihu International Community, the hotel is set to cater to business executives and corporate meetings.

NEWS | Starwood to Set Up Aloft, Expand Four Points Hotels in Australia


Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide Inc. (HOT), the hospitality group founded by Barry Sternlicht, will introduce its four-plus-star Aloft brand in Australia and expand the presence of its Four Points by Sheraton in the nation. The Stamford, Connecticut-based company plans to open as many as 15 Aloft hotels in Australia and have a Four Points by Sheraton hotel in all eight state capitals within five years, said Andrew Taylor,

NEWS | New Park Hyatt hotel opens in India


Reflecting Indian heritage and culture in its design, the new Park Hyatt Chennai is located next to the Governor’s residence. It features thoughtfully designed 201 luxury guestrooms, including 20 suites. Exhibiting a rich luxurious look, the guest rooms feature travertine marble floors and plush hand-tufted rugs. In addition to that, the rooms are also furnished with polished marble bathrooms with deep-soak bathtubs as well as relaxing stone plunge tubs. Incorporating nature in its surrounding,

NEWS | American hotel chain plans to hit 100-hotel mark in India by 2015


American hotel company Carlson Rezidor India is increasing focus on growing its presence through management contracts and plans to touch the 100-hotel mark by 2015, a company official said Thursday. The company entered the country with franchisee agreements.

NEWS | Hyatt Hotels to launch 3 new brands


The US-based Hyatt Hotels Corporation is set to make room for three new brands in India. This year, it will launch Hyatt Place in Karnataka, while Andaz and Hyatt House will be launched in the next 2-3 years. While Hyatt Place is a mid-market brand, Andaz, which will open in the National Capital Region, is an upscale brand. Hyatt House, the extended stay brand, will come up in Mumbai. The company currently operates Park Hyatt, Grand Hyatt and Hyatt Regency in India.

NEWS | Seven Hyatt Hotels Honored In 2012 Business Traveller Asia-Pacific Awards


Hyatt today announced that seven Hyatt hotels in the Asia-Pacific region have been designated ‘Best Business Hotel’ in their respective cities in the 2012 Business Traveller Asia-Pacific Awards. Earlier this year, Business Traveller Asia-Pacific asked its subscribers—some of the region’s most frequent and experienced travellers—what they considered to be the