Austria remains one of the most sought-after destinations in the meeting industry. Hotels are profiting increasingly from this development.
The world cruise industry continues to experience above-average growth. Thus, it is assumed that the industry will, in 2013, earn about 36.2 billion U.S. dollars, an increase of 4.5 percent on the previous year.
The French government employment agency, POLE EMPLOI published results from its annual employment needs survey. The survey report, Besoin de Main d’Oeuvre, or BMO, surveyed employer hiring plans for 2013. The BMO showed a need for more staff in the hospitality and hotel industry.
Imagine it. You have spent the winter months slaving away at your job and all you want to do is lie back in luxurious surroundings for a week or two and let the stresses of the modern world drift away. But they don’t...instead your “luxury holiday” turns into a stressful nightmare and all you end up wanting to do is go home!
The most expensive tour is now available for any travelers with US$ 1.5 million on their bank account. The trip lasting for two years covers all of the 962 sites that are on the World Heritage List. Participation in the trip includes a donation of just over $14,000 to UNESCO.
The GCC countries have been urged by Lebanon to lift the travel advisory to their citizens against visiting the Mediterranean country. The ban which was issued last June was mainly due to the ongoing fighting in Syria.
Shanghai is making considerable efforts towards cementing its status as a global destination of choice by letting visitors who are jetting in stay in the city for 3 days without a visa. If permitted by the central government, the city will spread out this strategy to the cruise terminals.
It has become apparent that Wi-Fi has become a necessary amenity in a hotel these days. According to HotelChatter's Hotel Wi-Fi Report for 2013, 64% of hotels offer free Wi-Fi. Most hotel guests no longer simply look for lodging that can offer them a decent bed, air conditioning and a private bathroom; the majority of travelers prefer accommodations that come with fast, free in-room Wi-Fi.
If you don't ask, you will not get it. Thanks to reducing the size of airport seats to saving money on in-flight amenities, airlines have a cheap reputation today. However, for those who dare to ask, they may find that these airlines may not be as bargain-basement as they seem.
Venezuela has a large number of touristic attractions. Yet, the country relies on ‘black gold’ and tourism industry is neglected.
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