Hospitality

City Winery Founder and CEO Michael Dorf Doesn't 'Pivot'; He Avoids 'Fatal Crashes'

In a recent conversation with 'Entrepreneur', the hospitality innovator lays out five ways business owners can weather recessions, pandemics and the perils of being broke.

Kenny Herzog

3 Ways Tourism Hotspots Will Evolve After Lockdown

If Bali is any example, exotic destinations are leaving no innovation unexplored.

Simonetta Lein

Airbnb CEO: It Took Us 12 Years to Build, and We Lost Almost Everything in 6 Weeks

Brian Chesky indicates that tourism of the future will focus on domestic travel.

4 Ways the Freight Transport and Hospitality Industries Are Evolving

Learn the factors affecting the freight transport and hospitality industries and how they're adapting.

Alp Mimaroglu

Atari Wants to Build Video Game-Themed Hotels

The first hotel will break ground later this year in Phoenix, Arizona. Another is being planned for Las Vegas. They promise to offer Atari-themed lodging, along with lots of video gaming experiences.

Michael Kan

Here's How Ace Hotels Pioneered the 'Boutique Hotel' Category

The non-traditional hotel industry has exploded since the first Ace Hotel opened 20 years ago.

Patrick Carone

Designed, Built and Financed by Women, This 100-Year-Old Hotel Stays Relevant by Leaning Into Its Past

In a city known for chasing trends, Los Angeles' Hotel Figueroa thrives by embracing its long history.

Patrick Carone

6 Tips for Starting a Business That's an Instant Hit With Locals

Looking to start a business that resonates with locals? Take a cue from Proper Hospitality co-founder Brian De Lowe, who makes sure each of his new hotels authentically reflects its community.

Patrick Carone

Don't Try to Copy Someone Else's Success -- Carve Your Own Path

The CEO and co-founder of the J. Fall Group talks about dealing with the perceptions of others and what he's learned from his experiences in the restaurant and hospitality business.

David Meltzer

How This Husband-and-Wife Team Grew a B&B Empire

Once a dilapidated Brooklyn residence, Akwaaba grew to become a thriving business.

Gary Bredow

How This 200-Year-Old Company Overcame a Lack of Name Recognition When Entering a New Market

International brand Swire was unknown in the U.S. when it opened its hotel in Miami.

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