Global Office of Healthy Tourism | New initiative by Airbnb

2-5-2018

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  • Office of Healthy Tourism
  • Office of Healthy Tourism

Airbnb’s newest initiative, the Office of Healthy Tourism, was recently launched as part of an effort to unburden vacation hot spots and attract more travelers to hidden gem locales. The office was also designed as an exercise to explore the use of technology when it comes to travel, and will be responsible for the selection and promotion of lesser known destinations. Along with the launch of the Office, Airbnb is also releasing data that shows the benefits of healthy tourism for hosts, guests and cities around the world, as well as announcing the creation of its new Tourism Advisory Board, which will be made up of travel industry leaders from around the world. They want to provide the type of travel that is best for destinations, residents and travelers alike. lees verder

Trends we spotted | Week 16

20-4-2018

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At hospitalitytrends.eu we spot many national and international trends on a daily basis. We pick the most interesting ones to write about, the smaller trends we use in our weekly column ‘Trends we spotted this week’.

This week, amongst others the first space hotel is only a few years away and a restaurant in Oakland protects its staff by a Management Alert Color System.

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Trends we spotted | Week 15

13-4-2018

  • Trends in het kort

At hospitalitytrends.eu we spot many national and international trends on a daily basis. We pick the most interesting ones to write about, the smaller trends we use in our weekly column ‘Trends we spotted this week’.

This week, amongst others Crossfit-approved meat boxes to eat post workout, Denny’s reveals its Han Solo-themed menu for the ‘Star Wars’ spinoff and Campari unveils super-premium gin O’ndina.

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Trends we spotted | Week 14

6-4-2018

  • Trends in het kort

At hospitalitytrends.eu we spot many national and international trends on a daily basis. We pick the most interesting ones to write about, the smaller trends we use in our weekly column ‘Trends we spotted this week’.

This week, amongst others multi-keg switching tech changes beer kegs automatically and Hometels, a bridge between hotels and Airbnb’s.

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Art ahead | Highway Gallery by the Louvre Abu Dhabi

19-3-2018

The Highway Gallery is an innovative project developed by the Louvre Abu Dhabi in celebration of the United Arab Emirates Innovation month. It has been created to reinforce art’s role in elevating everyday life into something beautiful and memorable. The Highway Gallery which showcases 10 magnificent artworks is located alongside the E11 or Sheikh Zayed Road from Dubai to Abu Dhabi. The masterpieces on display in giant 8×6 meter frames are introduced at 3 radio stations. The 10 artworks are just an example, to see them in person you need to visit the museum. lees verder

The gym of the future | Get Pumped, a research insight by Reebok and Gensler

26-2-2018

‘The gym of the future is closer than you think’ is a research insight by Reebok and Gensler a global architecture and design firm. Interesting read for those changing the world around us, they revitalize the fuel stations we no longer need when we have more autonomous cars on the road and turn them into fuel for our bodies stations instead. lees verder

Five Star Lager | Beer cans with discount code for ride home

1-2-2018

This January USA’s second-largest ride sharing company Lyft teamed up with Chicago’s Baderbrau Brewing on Five Star Lager. They created beer cans with discount codes for the ride home. Hoping to reach drunk drivers and to persuade them to call for a ride home. lees verder

Nexto Guided Stories | Guided Audio tours 2.0

24-1-2018

 

The Nexto Guided Stories are a new type of navigational experience, available on the Nexto Platform. Users who are visiting a city can get into the shoes of an active explorer to discover location-based information in an interactive way. Think of cultural tourism destinations and museums. Nexto Guided Stories uses Augmented Reality, which is the same technology as the Pokémon GO game released last year. lees verder

The Standard | #RingYourRep

19-9-2017

We spotted a YouTube video about a public phone booth, placed outside The Standard High Line hotel in New York City, here they connect you directly to your political representatives. #RingYourRep, free of charge. In all five hotels of The Standard you can dial direct to Congress in your hotel room. All to make your voice heard on issues that matter to you. Don’t text or Twitter but dial direct. lees verder

Frazzled Cafe | It’s OK to not be OK!

21-6-2017

The number one bestselling author, comedian and leading mental health campaigner Ruby Wax has joined forces with Marks & Spencer to launch Frazzled Cafes in M&S stores.  ‘It’s ok not to be ok, feeling frazzled, come on in and let it out!’ lees verder

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