The Shangri-La Hotel in Santa Monica, California was the place to be in the 80s. Made famous as the favoured place of Sean Penn and Madonna’s affair and as the setting to those classic Calvin Klein photographs that epitomised the decade.
Lešic-Dimitri Palace is Croatia’s beyond-luxurious new boutique hotel on the island of Korcula. BTN meets General Manager Toni Lozica
Big is not necessarily beautiful in the current downturn. So which companies are doing best in these times of economic austerity?
Business travel has been one of the sectors hardest hit by the downturn. Adam Coulter explores what the top-end hotels can do to lure back the business dollar in this new age of economic austerity.
Surrounded by olive groves and vineyards and overlooking the Mediterranean, Furore Inn Resort is a paradise hideaway steeped in the romance of ancient Italy
Meet Rafael Nazario - Puerto Vallarta’s most wanted chef
Sustainability is the most important challenge facing the travel and tourism industry, and its leaders must strive harder to incorporate environmental protection policies in their future plans. That was the overriding message at the 8th WTTC Global Travel & Tourism Summit in Dubai.
Rotana Hotels opened its first property in Abu Dhabi in 1993 and has quickly become one of the leading hotel management companies within the Middle East. Breaking Travel News caught up with Imad Elias, Executive Vice President & COO of Rotana to find out more.
HH Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman of Emirates Group and President of Dubai Department Civil Aviation, granted BTN an exclusive interview in which he shared his ambitious plans and luminous vision for Emirates Airline.
Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al-Maktoum, chairman of Emirates tells Breaking Travel News about the airline’s plans for the next five years.
BTN talked to Tiffany Topcik president of HEDNA and VP of Hotel & Supplier Relations, ABC Corporate Services in Frankfurt about how the event progressed.
Breaking Travel News caught up with the chairman of Qatar Airways, Akbar Al Baker to ask him about the airline’s meteoric rise in the industry.