Opening to the public on May 2, L’oscar, the latest hotel project of French interior designer Jacques Garcia, gives a first look to AD. Well known for his interiors of the Hôtel Costes in Paris, La Mamounia in Marrakesh, Morocco, and the Hotel Danieli in Venice, Garcia is now putting the finishing touches on L’oscar, a new 5-star, 39–guest room hotel in the heart of London. Continue reading “Step Inside London’s Most Stylish New Hotel”
More industries need to do this … build your future workforce.
The American Hotel and Lodging Association (AHLA) and its foundation arm, the American Hotel & Lodging Educational Foundation (AHLEF), have debuted a pilot program to offer higher education pathways to the hospitality workforce at little or no cost to the employee, made possible through a partnership with Pearson. Eligible employees of 10 participating hotel companies across 1,500 properties will be able to complete a free associate degree and a low-cost bachelor’s degree. Continue reading “New Hotel Industry Program to Offer Debt-Free College Degrees to Employees”
Great travel photography transports you. Even though it’s a visual medium, you can hear the sound of water lapping on the shore or wind whipping through the trees. You feel the sun on your skin and the wet rocks beneath your feet. This is because good travel pics don’t simply capture an image of a place, they tell its story. They introduce you to people and show you places familiar to the residents, but far from the tourist hordes. Continue reading “A Travel Photographer Explains How To Best Tell The Story Of A Location”
Tourists in Australia can sleep in comfort – vegan comfort that is – as the very first completely vegan hotel is opening next month. Matthew Kenney, a top U.S. restaurateur and plant-based pioneer, is the man responsible for opening Alibi at Ovolo in Woolloomooloo, Sydney, next month. Continue reading “Australia’s First Vegan Hotel to Open Next Month”