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How can hotels compete in the Experience Economy?

“How can Hotels compete in the Experience Economy?”

Written by Pamela Carvell, Lifestyle Marketer February 2018

The above was the title of a recent Hotel Marketing Association event. 1,245 more words

Food & Wine Festival Venice, Italy

     The inaugural Venice Food & Wine Festival will be held May 3-6, 2018 at the J.W. Marriott Venice Resort & Spa in Venice, Italy.  Exquisite grounds and private-island (Isola delle Rose) ambience provide the perfect backdrop for… 186 more words

Wine News

TestBED: what tech innovations can GCC hospitality expect in 2018?

Beachill’s solar-powered mattress was one of the finalists at TestBED
James Dartnell spoke to the three finalists of Marriott Hotels’ TestBED programme for technology startups, which launched in the Middle East and Africa region for the first time in September this year. 11 more words

Marriott Whitefield Hotel Review

Bengaluru Marriott Hotel Whitefield

Bangalore, Karnataka, India

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8 out of10Telegraph expert rating

This sprawling hotel in the midst of the evolving business district of Whitefield – a busy and buzzing district on the outskirts of Bangalore – has 321 rooms, unintrusive service, great restaurants, and an amazing spa. 863 more words


Marriott Hotels names MEA TestBED finalists

Marriott Hotels’ TestBED pitch day
Marriott Hotels has announced the three finalists for its TestBED programme, which launched in the Middle East and Africa region for the first time in September this year. 20 more words

Tourists Claim Marriott Rescue Ship Denied Them Boarding After Hurricane Irma

Earlier this week, several cruise lines sent ships to rescue people stranded on Caribbean islands after Hurricane Irma ravaged the area. Hotel mega-chain Marriott attempted to undertake a similar rescue mission to St. 429 more words

Retail Services

Marriott Plans to Woo Chinese Tourists in a Venture With Alibaba

Marriott International said on Monday it would partner with China’s Alibaba Group to tap into the growing number of Chinese consumers traveling abroad.

Marriott’s shares were up 3.5% in premarket trading. 92 more words