26% OF MARINE WASTE FOUND ON SPANISH BEACHES COMES FROM TOURISTS

Larry Brain -
It is estimated that 26% of the marine waste and debris found on the Spanish coast comes from tourist activities taking place in the beaches, according to data from the last report of the Marine Debri...

TOURISM DECLINE REPORTED BY SPAIN FOR THE FIRST TIME SINCE 2009

Laura Maudlin -
The Spanish Minister of Industry, Trade and Tourism, María Reyes Maroto, has estimated that 2018 will close with the arrival of 81.2 million visitors, 0.8% less than last year, whose 81.9 million figu...

THE BIGGEST TOURISM FAILURES OF ALL TIME

Richard Moor -
A hotel that never sees a single guest or a world map in the sea. Some industry projects worldwide burned money on a grand scale and represented massive tourism failures. To the extent that one does n...

HOTELIERS NEED TO KNOW: HOTEL ROOMS WITH SMART NAMES BRING MORE PROFITS

Nils Kraus -
Ever wondered if a room’s name plays a part when securing a reservation? Several revenue management experts think so, and they urge hotel managers to think twice before naming their hotel rooms the ol...

APARTMENT BROKER AIRBNB AIMS FOR DIRECT LISTING

Kevin Eagan -
The room and apartment broker Airbnb has long been a thorn in the side of the big names in the hotel industry. Started eleven years ago as a small sleeping-place exchange, the group is now aiming to g...