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Camille Van Puymbroeck is a Belgian freelance journalist with a big interest in anything lifestyle and ecology-related. Nothing makes her more happy than visiting a former Soviet building, overgrown by nature, equipped with a camera and a coffee. Not without an Italian meal afterwards, of course. Her work has previously been published in Metro, Sabato Magazine and Culinaire Ambiance.

18 December 2020

5 hotels where you might be in the company of the British Royal Family

The British Royals are probably more popular than any other royal family in the world. Their history, their traditions, their undeniable Britishness… it all speaks to […]
10 December 2020

Biden’s inauguration expected to boost hotel business in Washington DC

Following the U.S. elections and success of President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris, hotels in Washington DC are seeing a ‘Biden bounce’ in business […]
30 November 2020

Increase in bookings to USA reported as ‘Trump Slump’ comes to an end

According to online UK travel agency Teletext, they have seen an increase in interest in holidays to the USA since the defeat of Donald Trump in […]
17 November 2020

Supporting the Hospitality Talents of Tomorrow

In June 2020, the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) and Sommet Education launched the Hospitality Challenge. This was designed to identify ideas and individuals capable of accelerating […]
17 November 2020

Dubai prepares to open Rove Expo 2020 hotel

Dubai is preparing to host the World Expo 2020 from 1 October 2021 – 31 March 2022 (delayed dates are due to the pandemic), and as […]
6 November 2020

5 hotels for a Workation

The Covid-19 pandemic is testing the resilience level of the hospitality industry. Travel bans, lockdowns and social distancing are just some of the issues that are […]
30 October 2020

Bussaco Palace: A Fairy Tale Castle

The enchanted forest of Mata Nacional do Bussaco is a botanical and natural ex-libris in Portugal. Here stands the Palácio Hotel do Bussaco: an authentic fairy tale castle, built by order […]
27 October 2020

New York’s landmarked Roosevelt Hotel will close after 96 years due to Covid-19

Since 1924, the Roosevelt Hotel has been a witness to history. The New York City  landmark was the election headquarters for Governor Thomas Dewey when he incorrectly […]
23 October 2020

One third of hotels in the U.S. may disappear due to Covid-19 pandemic

A recent study conducted on the 7th September by the Hospitality Asset Managers Association (HAMA), has shown that one third of hotels in the U.S. could […]
20 October 2020

Spanish hotel chain first to offer guests free Covid-19 testing

Room Mate, a Spanish-owned chain of boutique hotels, has become the first hotel chain to offer its guests free Covid-19 testing. The hotel group has partnered […]
1 October 2020

Sommerro Hotel to open in Oslo in Summer of 2022

Occupying the former headquarters for Oslo Lysverker – the city’s electrical company – the opening of Sommerro in summer 2022 marks the rebirth of a 1930s […]
30 September 2020

New International Tourist Hubs in Kazakhstan

On September 18, Kazakhstan’s First President Nursultan Nazarbayev took part in a working trip to the Mangistau Region. For the occasion, he reviewed a plan for […]
15 September 2020

Nautilus Maldives creates a tailor-made package for teleworkers

The widespread increase in the number of covid-19 cases worldwide is leading many countries to assume a second wave of the pandemic is on its way. […]
3 September 2020

Château de Vignée: A high-end boutique hotel in the Belgian Ardennes

Nature reigns in the restored Château de Vignée, a high-end boutique hotel deeply rooted the Belgian Ardennes. But not in a way you might expect. Belgian […]
26 August 2020

A new Martin’s Hotel to be built on the historical Panquin site in Tervuren

Property developer ION and the Flemish investment company Participatie Maatschappij Vlaanderen (PMV) have reached an agreement with the hotel group Martin’s Hotels to redevelop the historical […]
18 August 2020

Tried and tested: A sustainable and Covid-proof stay in Brussels

Desperate times call for desperate measures. Living in Brussels, I usually would not think of booking a room in that same city. It seems a bit […]
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