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Hotel Development Italy

Mandarin Oriental to Open Luxury Resort in Porto Cervo, Sardinia

Mandarin Oriental recently announced the development of a new luxury resort in Sardinia, located in the north-east of the island in the heart of Costa Smeralda. Set to open its doors in mid-2026, this marks the Group's fourth venture in Italy.

Hospitality Technology

Why Automation (or Any Tech) is Difficult to Sell to Hospitality Sector - By Ryan Haynes

Automation can make a significant difference to businesses in the travel and hospitality sectors. After all, this is a sector with a high volume of manual processes, ripe for transformation through automation. So why might you be struggling to sell automation to travel and hospitality businesses if you’re a tech seller?

Artificial Intelligence

How AI Will Affect Paid Search for Hoteliers - By Valentina Suarez

Google has already seen success with their own AI implementations, including their fully AI-powered Performance Max ads, which have seen ‘on average over 18% more conversions at a similar cost per action’ vs. other paid search ads.

Hotel Opening France

Canopy by Hilton Cannes Hotel Opens on the French Riviera

Canopy by Hilton Cannes has opened with panoramic views over the Mediterranean from one of the city’s best rooftop terraces, interiors designed by designer Ramy Fischer and a swimming pool that flows from indoor to outdoor.

Market Report Italy

Italy is Europe's Trending Destination

This summe there is one destination that has exceeded all expectations. The following analysis highlights how Italy’s hotel sector is thriving in bookings and room rates in addition to assessing how online trends set up a summer to remember for Italian hoteliers.

Hospitality Technology

Hospitality Technology: Is It the Answer to Everything?

In May 2023, three BOSC 6 students enrolled in EHL Hospitality Business School, namely Matei Testa, Timo Kaiser, and Sophia Schütte, were given the opportunity to attend the Hospitality Industry Technology Exposition and Conference (HITEC) in Dubai as part of EHL's Educational Travel Program. In the following blog post, they reflect on their journey and share valuable insights about the event.

Traveler Well-Being

Traveler Well-Being: The Missing Metric - By Richard Johnson

I was invited to lead a session on traveler well-being at the recent GBTA meeting in Dallas. Such an interesting topic, as most of our customers now need to think about employee well-being standards while considering organizational goals and environmental impact.