NEW GREEK GOVERNMENT TO FACE A TOURISM SLOWDOWN

Laura Maudlin -
Last week, Greece was struck by a surprising phenomenon. The seaside resorts of Chalkidiki, in northern Greece, were struck by a tornado which lasted for 20 minutes. Despite the short period of time, ...

THE RISE IN POPULARITY OF SERVICED APARTMENTS

Joe McClain -
According to a recent (2016) Global Serviced Apartments Industry Report, there are over 820,000 serviced apartment units worldwide across over 9000 locations....

TOURISM IN HONDURAS – NEW LAW, HOTELS, AND A CRUISE PORT

Bill Alen -
Tourism in Honduras awaits a new bill to be passed. With the approval of the Law of Incentive for Tourism more than 250,000 jobs will be generated in the next two years. Intensive development in the h...

BARCELONA: HOTEL SECTOR WARNS OF A DROP IN TOURISM QUALITY

Larry Brain -
2018 has been a distressing year for the hotel sector in Barcelona, reporting considerable losses throughout the first half with no visible recovery in the near future. The tourism quality is at stake...

PERU: AIRBNB IS A CHALLENGE FOR THE HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY

Gregory Dolgos -
Between January and May 2019, the arrival of international tourists to Peru amounted to 1, 823,536 tourists. This figure represents a growth of 2.4% (42,446 more tourists) compared to the same period ...