Poshtels: A New Combination of Values

The race for new concepts in hospitality is nowhere near the finish. It’s a constant interplay between professional and accessible, private and social, comfort and economy. It’s not all about the mattress anymore. It’s about delivering the right experience to the people who want it.

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The Bleisure Boom: What Does it Mean for Hospitality?

It used to be that a vacation was a vacation. You finished up at work, turned out the lights and disappeared for a week or two. No project updates could light up your smartphone poolside. No videoconferencing could be done whilst parasailing. Work and vacation were separate worlds, and you existed in one or the other.

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A Visit to the Global Expo: the most valuable lessons I learned

London’s Hyde Park in 1851 must have really been something. Visitors entered a giant structure of steel and glass known as the Crystal Palace, and proceeded to wander for hours in a sea of displays: A fax machine prototype, a gigantic hydraulic press, artifacts from ancient civilisations, and even the world’s largest diamond. It was a golden age of innovation and discovery. The Great Exhibition of London was ground zero.

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