Populus, the country’s first carbon positive hotel, will be opening in Denver in summer 2024.
HeliFlite is a luxury helicopter service primarily operating in the Northeast (New York tri-state) and South Florida, making waves in the consumer market.
Red Savannah, a luxury travel company specializing in tailor-made trips around the world, announces their 2024 destinations and travel trends.
This cutting-edge technology automates the manual process of booking a private jet.
This summer’s hottest trend isn’t what it seems! Tomato Girl Summer, recently embraced by the masses of TikTok and celebrities alike, doesn’t just mean we’ll be obsessing over the red fruit this year.
Decorating a holiday home is all about knowing how to strike a balance. You’ll want the space to feel cozy and make sure it’s convenient, but it still needs to be somewhere that leaves you feeling relaxed and refreshed.
The travel industry is a dynamic and ever-changing field that continues to evolve in remarkable ways, thanks to the advent of cutting-edge technologies.
Technology is playing a major role in making hotels safer for guests. In this article, we will explore five major trends that are shaping hotel security.
Soneva, pioneers in sustainable luxury resorts since 1995, have collaborated with WGSN, the world’s leading trend forecaster, to examine the key trends that will shape the future of luxury travelers.
With wellness tourism expected to hit $1.3 trillion by 2025 (according to the Global Wellness Institute), and 50 percent of travelers globally either traveling for the purpose of improving their well-being.
Smart technologies are revolutionizing hotel management and customer experience. Let’s have a look at six of the smartest hotel amenities available right now.
Private jet group charters are a popular option for those who want to travel with a group of people on a private aircraft and avoid the fixed itineraries of commercial aviation and packed airports.
Developments are going above and beyond to introduce five-star culinary concepts exclusively to residents.
By incorporating multiple towers, developers can create a unique and eye-catching design, as well as offer a wider variety of housing options for residents.
Le Bristol Paris announces its exclusive entry into the Web3 ecosystem.