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Ten Luxury Fashion Brands Venturing Into Hospitality

Chiara Eckenschwiller | May 2, 2019

In a world where everything has to be documented on social media, customers are increasingly looking for experience-related services. It is not enough anymore to wear luxury products such as a purse or shoes, customers now want to pair their products to an overall experience. Luxury travelers are craving luxury experiences As fashion brands are reinventing themselves, what better way to do so while at the same time facilitating the expansion of their empire? Luxury hotels are increasingly appealing to travelers, especially at a time when luxury becomes more accessible and diverse. Luxury travelers are craving experiences that go beyond...

Nobu Hospitality Selects Coyle Hospitality to Launch Quality Assurance Program

Coyle Hospitality Group | February 26, 2019

February 26, 2019, NYC – Coyle Hospitality Group, the leading provider of customer experience consulting, quality assurance (QA) and mystery shopping, has been chosen by Nobu Hospitality to conduct ongoing evaluations of their hotels worldwide. Through on-site evaluations, Coyle will measure brand compliance and quality at Nobu Hotels. Drawing from its global network of 35,000 independent professional evaluators, Coyle will analyze the guest experience at Nobu Hotels around the world. "Nobu Hotels are synonymous with instinctive design, fine ingredients, a powerful energy and a passion for service," explained Tim Theofanou, Direct...

How Luxury Hotels Can Co-Design for Suite Success

Karen Loynaz | January 14, 2019

By Karen Loynaz, MPS in Global Hospitality Leadership, Georgetown University Gregg Rockett, Adjunct Professor at Georgetown University Masters in Global Hospitality, contributed to this article Imagine walking into a hotel room designed by your favorite fashion brand, everything from the curtains to the bed linens emulates the brand perfectly. How much would you pay to sleep with your favorite brand? Leaders of luxury including Coco Chanel, Diane Von Furstenberg, and Bottega Veneta are now partnering with luxury hotels around the world to co-design fashion-forward hotel suites. Much like the hefty price-tag of a fresh-off-the runway des...

Why Competition Is Heating up for Dubai’s Luxury Hotels

JLL Real Views | May 14, 2018

By Emily Perryman Iconic hotels like the 7-star Burj Al Arab have put Dubai at the top of the list for travelers seeking luxurious amenities and world-class service. More than 60 percent of the city's hotel supply is in the upscale and luxury category, but with a plethora of launches over the past 12 months and a strong pipeline of openings, the market is not only growing but it's also evolving as developers and operators put their own twist on luxury. Last year saw the launch of the 110-room Bulgari Resort which, being the only hotel situated on the offshore Jumeirah Bay island, is positioning itself as an urban oasis for guests seekin...

Dubai’s Burj Al Arab Takes Top Spot as Most Expensive Luxury Hotel in Middle East

November 3, 2016

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates--November 3, 2016--The Burj Al Arab located in Dubai is the most expensive luxury hotel in the Middle East, according to a recent survey conducted by In determining the rankings, the survey compared all luxury hotels in the Middle East region based on their cheapest available rate for a double room. The month of November 2016 served as the basis of comparison. In fact, November is the month when most Middle Eastern destinations reach their highest average hotel rates. At a minimum nightly rate of $1928, the Burj Al Arab, one of Dubai's most iconic landmarks, leads the ranking. Runners-u...

NYC: Survey Reveals Most Expensive Luxury Hotels in Manhattan

October 17, 2016

NEW YORK-- Seventy-five thousand dollars can buy a house in many parts of the country. But for big spenders looking for a home away from home, it buys a single night in New York's City's most expensive hotel suite. A new report from ranks the 10 most expensive hotel suites in Manhattan. The swanky abodes—which come with amenities ranging from a chauffer-driven Rolls Royce to personal styling from Christian Dior—are the crème de la crème of the city's lodging options. The Penthouse Suite at The Mark Hotel tops the list at a jaw-dropping $75,000 per night. The 12,000-square-foot "castle in the s...

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