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Demand Growth Lags for Luxury in Q2

Marriott, Starwood, and Hyatt all reported that top-end demand growth had slowed or stopped all together for their top brands like Ritz-Carlton, St. Regis, and Grand Hyatt in Q2. It might not be all bad for luxury, though, as IHG’s ...

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Guests Ask for More from Luxury Hotels

Major luxury hotel brands are encountering a new challenge in attracting upscale travelers: Boredom. With luxury becoming less about the fanciful details and moving toward a unique experience, guests are asking to feel more connected to their locale, rather than ...

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Luxury Brands Invest in Digital Offerings

According to brand consultancy firm L2’s annual list of digitally savvy hotel brands in the upper-upscale and luxury sectors, increasing numbers of hotel brands are investing in post-booking features and content geared toward trip planning. Marriott Hotels scored the highest ...

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Wealthy Millennials Changing Luxury Travel

According to FutureCast, nearly one quarter of U.S. adults making more than $500,000 per year are millennials. That’s good news for hotel brands, who have been targeting the demographic due to its collective love of travel, with nearly 80 percent of ...

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Wealthy Women Boosting Luxury Travel Market

With a rise in the number of women with an ultra-high net worth (think millionaires and billionaires), the luxury travel industry is receiving a bump. These high-earning women are driving a rise in luxury health and wellness holidays and women-only ...

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Luxury Segment Remains Among Healthiest in Industry

Luxury Segment Remains Among Healthiest in Industry

All is well in the U.S. luxury hotel segment. For the first 11 months of 2015, chain affiliated luxury hotels sold over 27 million room nights, resulting in 76.3 percent occupancy. This is the highest year-to-date occupancy ever recorded, pointing ...

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