India's competition watchdog has ordered a probe into allegations that budget hotel chain...
- Aimbridge Hospitality to manage Westin Boston Waterfront
- India-based EaseMyTrip plans expansion into US and Europe
- Oyo, MakeMyTrip, Goibibo face competition probe in India
- Around 500 hotels in Spain likely to face imminent closure after Thomas Cook collapse
- UK vows to fly back stranded holidaymakers of collapsed Thomas Cook
Aimbridge Hospitality to manage Westin Boston Waterfront
DiamondRock Hospitality Company has selected Aimbridge Hospitality to manage the 793-room Westin Boston Waterfront hotel connected to Boston Convention & Exhibition Center in the US.
AccorInvest to acquire stake in hotel operator Orbis from Accor
AccorInvest has signed a binding agreement to acquire 85.8% stake in hotel operator Orbis from Accor in a transaction valued at €1.06bn.
India-based EaseMyTrip plans expansion into US and Europe
India-based EaseMyTrip has plans to foray into US and European markets as part of its strategy to expand its overseas footprint.
Oyo, MakeMyTrip, Goibibo face competition probe in India
India's competition watchdog has ordered a probe into allegations that budget hotel chain Oyo and online booking platforms Goibibo and MakeMyTrip are abusing their dominant presence in the market to curb competition.
Around 500 hotels in Spain likely to face imminent closure after Thomas Cook collapse
Several hundreds of hotels in Spain are likely to face closure following the collapse of British travel firm Thomas Cook, according to the Spanish hotel federation.
UK vows to fly back stranded holidaymakers of collapsed Thomas Cook
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has vowed to rescue thousands of holidaymakers stranded in different parts of the world due to the collapse of the world's oldest UK travel company Thomas Cook.
India’s Samhi Hotels plans to raise around $155m through IPO
Samhi Hotels, which owns the largest number of Marriott and IHG -operated hotels in India, has plans to raise up to $154.82m through an initial public offering (IPO).
‘Travalyst’ challenges tourism operators to make travel greener
The fear among tourism-related partners is that a failure to get involved with the ethos, or to become more sustainability-focused, may result in a loss of credibility and missing out on future gains.
‘Set-jetting’ is a worrying new trend behind overtourism
Aerial view on Maya Bay, Phi Phi Leh island, Krabi, Thailand. Thai authorities say the Bay will remain closed until 2021 to address overtrourism concerns.
Groups360 secures investment from hospitality companies
Groups360 has announced that four hospitality companies have invested a combined $50m in the company, which will help it to enhance its GroupSync platform.