At the south eastern tip of Florida lies the colorful, lively and richly cultured city of Miami, a place that is a hotspot for the rich and famous, sun-seeking tourists and its glamorous inhabitants. Miami sees an incredible amount of tourism each year and owing to its beautiful climate, its attractive beaches and its bouncing night life, it is easy to see why.
Travelling is the best way to relax and spend some quality time with your family. However, many people are concerned about the fact that travel can be costlier, since one not only needs to spend money on renting hotels to stay but will also have to pay quite a huge amount in renting cars.
Traditionally, it is well-known that around half of business startups will fail within 5 years, with almost all of them eventually dying out practically exhausted by failed attempts to survive in the sea of other businesses, whether beginners like themselves or industry bigwigs.
Simon Thomas, head concierge at The Lanesborough in London, will be appointed international president of Les Clefs d’Or later this month at the Union Internationale des Concierges d’Hôtels. Here Breaking Travel News editor Chris O’Toole chats with Thomas ahead of his appointment to discover more about what this prestigious honour means to him.
Thai Silk is where excellent, genuine and healthy Thai Cuisine meets refreshing initiative and undeniable customer service, making the bar a consistently popular destination for drinks. Here Breaking Travel News visits to find out more.
Travel technology giant Amadeus has unveiled a new ticketing model that establishes simple commercial link to travel agencies, enabling railways to expand their global visibility, reach, and revenue. Here we find out more.
2017 is set to be a year of substantial growth for corporate apartment provider TheSqua.re. From Berlin to Boston, Sydney to San Francisco and a host of international offerings in between, the doom and gloom of recent political news hasn’t prevented TheSqua.re from planning new foundations around the world.
Traveling abroad is an unforgettable experience, whether you’re going for the first time in your life or you’re accustomed to being in several different countries each year. When traveling, you always want to take steps to stay safe no matter how experienced you are. A few smart steps designed to cover each aspect of your trip will keep you connected with people who can help in case of an emergency and will keep you safe, making an emergency less likely from the outset.
In June 2016 SAS airlines accelerated handling of customer issues (such as booking changes or feedback regarding onboard services) by moving processes to a new generation system. In 5 months the airline in cooperation with global IT company Comarch, implemented an innovative system for customer service to automatize handling of customer issues and improve customer satisfaction.
AccorHotels is engaged in a process to transform itself from a traditional hotel company into an all-encompassing hospitality organisation. As he visits London to bring investors up to date on progress, Breaking Travel News editor Chris O’Toole sits down with chief executive Sébastien Bazin to find out more.
History, explains Lynette Carolissen, principal of the Klein Handjies Preschool at Boschendal estate near Franschhoek, may well show that the decision by Boschendal’s new owners to support this preschool was the most beneficial of all the changes and improvements that they have brought about since taking over the estate in 2012.
Recent travel bans have made business professionals and entrepreneurs from around the world reconsider their business model for the foreseeable future. Many entrepreneurs and business professionals have cultivated their business and lifestyle due to their desire to have a measure of location independence. They want to be able to travel around the world and advancements in various forms of business technology have made this possible. However, there are still matters that require personal attention and the ability to easily cross international borders.