BTG Hotels announced on November 25 that details of its proposal to acquire a 70% holding in Ningbo Nanyuan Group have been agreed upon.
“No1 Chauffeur Service” will invest RMB6 million in its recently launched year-long customer experience campaign called “Thousand Members Club”.
China’s star-rated hotels are going through a new wave of sellouts in the wake of a multitude of setbacks.
China Tourism Academy has projected that China will receive a total of 3.72 billion visitor arrivals in 2014, a 10% y-o-y increase, and annual total tourism revenue is expected to be RMB3.3 trillion, a 14.6% y-o-y increase.
TravelDaily has learnt exclusively about Ctrip’s recent acquisition of Changsha-based Property Management System (PMS) developer Jiachi Software..
Wanda Group plans to have over 150 luxury hotels worldwide by the end of 2018.
AirAsia is looking to enter China's domestic aviation market and hoping to obtain licensing to operate domestic flights through joint ventures with local partners.
Ctrip.com International, Ltd. (Nasdaq: CTRP) announced its unaudited financial results for the quarter ended September 30, 2014.
Marketers are all wondering how to cope with travelers consuming media across a wide mix of screens, devices, and platforms — with a third of US households already using five or more devices.
Thomas Cook Group is aiming for 50% web penetration by 2015, with the business possibly doing itself a disservice by using terms which sound like something from a 2006 press release.
Uber Technologies Inc. is close to raising a round of financing that would value the mobile car-booking company at $35 billion to $40 billion, according to people with knowledge of the situation.
Hospitality and tourism students enter a post-academic life in a variety of careers and locations. And no matter where they are, the sharing economy will find them.
China will conduct and pay for a feasibility study in India for a high-speed rail line to link Delhi with the southeast city of Chennai.
After an initial test in the LA and SF markets, the Weekend Getaways product has been rolled out globally by accommodations behemoth Airbnb.
Skift broke the news last week that Amazon plans on entering the hotel-booking arena early next year.
Online cruise search and booking brand Dreamlines has secured another round of investment from a heavyweight roster of backers.
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