Thailand’s hospitality industry has been hit hard by the Covid-19 pandemic and serviced apartments in Bangkok are no exception. However, a recent study by the property consultancy JLL shows serviced apartments have generally fared better than hotels in current and past times of distress. JLL expects the pandemic to boost the growing trend towards a… Continue reading Bangkok Serviced Apartments Generally Fared better than Hotels
Dusit Central Park, the mixed-use joint venture project of Dusit Thani and Central Pattana, is introducing a rooftop park as a new green landmark at the 3.67-billion-baht project. Suphajee Suthumpun, group chief executive of Dusit International, said that because the city suffers from high PM2.5 dust levels, the rooftop park and Lumpini Park — opposite… Continue reading Dusit Central Park Project Launches Bangkok Green Landmark
With more than 20 handcrafted burgers and sliders available at 14 restaurants and rooftop bars citywide, diners can discover new taste sensations throughout November Is there anything more satisfying than taking your first bite of a delicious burger? This tantalizing taste sensation awaits diners in Bangkok this November, as Marriott International’s expert chefs present a… Continue reading Celebrate The Joy of Burgers with Marriott Hotel in Bangkok
The sharing economy is here to stay. We now live a world where Airbnb hosts more rooms in more global destinations than any major hotel chain, and Uber is competing with Google to produce the first self-driving taxi. But in the craze over collaborative consumption, when does “smart” sharing cross the line into “oversharing”?
In response to a post-pandemic surge in remote schooling, Kimpton is offering families access to an on-site chief virtual learning officer at select hotels this fall. According to Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants, a property’s chief virtual learning officer is “available to help with all virtual learning needs.” Parents can call the front desk to request… Continue reading Kimpton launches ‘Chief Virtual Learning Officer’ Remote Learning Program
Remote working isn’t going away. Pre-pandemic, it was a growing trend, with remote employees making up anywhere from 5.3% (those who typically work from home) to nearly two-thirds (those who work remotely some of the time) of the US workforce. Now, following global lockdowns and the biggest work from home experiment in history, remote working… Continue reading Choose the right style of ‘Remote Working’ for you
In today’s world, clever tech and cloud computing enable many of us to work from anywhere. Can executive assistants do their job remotely too? We all know what the acronym WFH stands for but what about WFA? In an era of rapid technological change, working from home has quickly given way to working from anywhere… Continue reading Executive assistants can ‘Work from Anywhere’
Hilton is tapping into the remote working trend with the debut of WorkSpaces by Hilton, a portfoliowide ‘Work from Hotel‘ pilot program rolling out across the U.S. and the U.K. Under the WorkSpaces initiative, guests can utilize a room as a remote office, with participating properties currently offering new daytime rates.