Travelers can finally say goodbye to arguably the most annoying aspect of travel, lost luggage.
Following recent global events like last week’s terrorist attack in Nice, France, or the failed coup attempt in Turkey, there is a heightened sense of awareness among travelers.
Hotel stayers have reportedly paid a total of $2 billion in fees, annually, whether it be Wi-Fi charges or mandatory staff gratuity. Now, millennial's with their fast-pace on the go lifestyles, are having hotels rethink their guest rooms.
The huge popularity of messaging platforms like WhatsApp and digital assistants like Amazon’s Alexa, Google’s Siri and Cortana has propelled AI into the mainstream, where corporates are generating new business value by integrating voice into their technology, thanks to AI.
Ask any travel buyer about RFPs and they’ll probably shudder and change the subject. For many, the tendering of travel management contracts, or the Request for Proposal (RFP) process, is time-consuming, cumbersome and usually unsatisfactory.
Airport hotels are convenient crash pads for when a flight arrives late or leaves at the crack of dawn. Most tend to be functional and simple, offering clean rooms, a single restaurant, and maybe a small gym and business center. However, there are some that rival the best on offer in the city center. Here are nine high-flying airport hotels from around the world.