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  • Historic Paris Hotel De Crillon Reopens After Makeover

    Historic Paris Hotel De Crillon Reopens After Makeover

    The Hotel de Crillon, one of the world's oldest luxury hotels which looks onto the square where Louis XVI lost his head, reopened Wednesday after a multi-million-euro makeover lasting four years.

  • Xi Jinping Takes Over 2 Luxury Hong Kong Hotels

    Xi Jinping Takes Over 2 Luxury Hong Kong Hotels

    China's President Xi Jinping will want for nothing during his three-day visit to Hong Kong after taking over two entire luxury hotels with more than 1,300 rooms between them.The glitzy harbourfront Grand Hyatt and Renaissance, in the business and commercial district of Wan Chai, are usually bustling with guests as well as visitors to their popular ...

  • Tata Steel, Indian Hotels Say Financial Statements Accurate

    Tata Steel, Indian Hotels Say Financial Statements Accurate

    Indian Hotels Co, the Tata firm running the group's luxury hotels and resorts, later sent a similar response, saying the "financial statements of the company are prepared on a going concern basis.

  • Luxury Hotel Tariffs Fall The Most In These Cities: Report

    Luxury Hotel Tariffs Fall The Most In These Cities: Report

    Indian travellers made the most from tariff slash across various overseas destinations, paying much less while booking a four-star and five-star hotel room in 2015, according to a report by Hotels.com.

  • In India, A Top Chef Saves The World Bite By Bite

    In India, A Top Chef Saves The World Bite By Bite

    Chefs can play an important role in the fight against climate change by helping to reduce carbon emissions and sourcing local foods, even when working in luxury hotels.

  • Goa's Leela Hotel Sells for Rs 725 Crore

    Goa's Leela Hotel Sells for Rs 725 Crore

    Hotel Leelaventure Ltd has agreed to sell a hotel in Goa to a Malaysian company for Rs 725 crore ($111 million) as the luxury hotels operator strives to cut its debt.

  • Indian Hotels to Delist GDRs From London Stock Exchange

    Indian Hotels to Delist GDRs From London Stock Exchange

    Tata Group's hospitality arm - Indian Hotels Co Ltd, which runs a chain of luxury hotels and resorts under the Taj brand, plans to delist its global depository receipts (GDRs) from London Stock Exchange, two decades after it started trading on the bourse.

  • Angela Merkel Heads for Pub in Brisbane

    Angela Merkel Heads for Pub in Brisbane

    Most of the world's powerhouse leaders arriving in Brisbane for the G20 summit headed in motorcades to relax at their luxury hotels, but not Angela Merkel who opted for the pub.

  • Executives in Asian Luxury Hotels Fall Prey to Cyber-Espionage: Kaspersky Lab

    Executives in Asian Luxury Hotels Fall Prey to Cyber-Espionage: Kaspersky Lab

    Executives from the auto, outsourced manufacturing, cosmetic and chemical industries have been hit, the security firm said. Others targeted include military services and contractors.

  • Sahara Chief Shells Out Rs 31 Lakh for Tihar Jail Special Facilities: Report

    Sahara Chief Shells Out Rs 31 Lakh for Tihar Jail Special Facilities: Report

    Sahara group has paid Rs 31 lakh to Tihar Jail authorities as charges for the stay of its chief Subrata Roy in an air-conditioned facility and using services like phone, internet and video conferencing for 57 days to negotiate sale of his luxury hotels abroad.

  • One by One, Paris Luxury Hotels Hit by Strikes for Better Pay

    One by One, Paris Luxury Hotels Hit by Strikes for Better Pay

    "Qatar, you must pay!": After high-profile strikes at two upmarket hotels in Paris, it was the turn of employees at the luxury Royal Monceau-Raffles to protest on Tuesday for a salary increase.

  • Mexico Airlifts Tourists Stranded by Hurricane

    Mexico Airlifts Tourists Stranded by Hurricane

    Mexican military and commercial airplanes began Tuesday to airlift tourists stranded in the Los Cabos resorts after Hurricane Odile left luxury hotels and communities in tatters.

  • Sultan of Brunei Bids for Sahara's New York and London Luxury Hotels: Report

    Sultan of Brunei Bids for Sahara's New York and London Luxury Hotels: Report

    An investment firm affiliated with Brunei has offered to pay $2 billion for the three hotels, which are currently owned by the Sahara conglomerate, WSJ.com said.

  • Sultan of Brunei Bids for Sahara's Hotels in New York, London: Reports

    Sultan of Brunei Bids for Sahara's Hotels in New York, London: Reports

    The Sultan of Brunei has made a bid for New York's Plaza Hotel, Dream Hotel and London's Grosvenor House hotel, the Wall Street Journal's website edition reported on Saturday, citing people familiar with the situation.

  • Luxury hotels swap keys in India's economic slump

    Luxury hotels swap keys in India's economic slump

    Slowing economic growth and an oversupply of new hotels conceived during the boom years of 2006 and 2007 have led to falling room and occupancy rates in India, straining relationships between hotel owners and the global chains brought in to run them.

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