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Hyatt Hotels Corporation today announced that a Hyatt affiliate has entered into a management agreement with Shenzhen Ping'An Financial Centre Construction and Development Co., Ltd.

f Hyatt Hotels Corporation today announced that a Hyatt affiliate has entered into a management agreement with Shenzhen Ping'An Financial Centre Construction and Development Co., Ltd. or a Park Hyatt hotel in Futian district, Shenzhen, China. Park Hyatt Shenzhen

Facebook to offer free Wi-Fi in hotels

Cisco Systems and Facebook said they will work with big businesses such as hotels and retailers to provide free wireless internet access to consumers who sign in using a Facebook log-in.

Accor bolsters its online recruitment strategy with Pinterest

“To attract and retain new talents, our ambition is to offer the candidate a digital experience as rich and attractive as possible, both in terms of navigation, interactivity and content. Our ambition is to be in place in all the media currently used by job applicants”, explain Philippe Liger, Accor’s Human Resources Marketing Director.

Mobile hotel bookings to increase 225 percent in 2014, according Expedia

One of the most astounding facts was that transactions generated via mobile online bookings — or booking a vacation via a phone or tablet — was expected to reach $26 billion worldwide, said Neha Parikh, U.S. and Canada president and general manager with Expedia’s Hotels.com.

Sahara buys hotel in UK for Rs 256 crore

Indians have now bought another iconic building in Britain, popularly called the Dracula's Den. UK's most renowned Oakley Court - a gothic heritage country house in Windsor, which has been used to film 'Dracula' and 'Rocky Horror Picture Show' - has been sold off to the Indian conglomerate Sahara Group. 

HotelQuickly raises $1.16M to expand in Asia

Headquartered in Hong Kong, HotelQuickly’s founding team includes two ex-Rocket Internet executives. Like Rocket Internet’s business strategy, HotelQuickly takes an existing model and replicates it in a new market. In this case, the last-minute hotel booking app is modeled after San Francisco-based HotelTonight.