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Veganism: A better world
The issues surrounding the quality of protein we buy due to the harmones added to the diet of animals, pollution of our seas resulting in fish riddled with toxic chemicals and materials, have led to a rethink what we eat. People are embracing healthier options and switching to a vegan...
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Unplugged: Real time out
Disconnecting from the turmoil of modern times can be the ideal antidote to the stress of day-to-day life and purposely having no connectivity with the outside world is a new aspect of the luxury resort experience, to a certain segment of frequent travellers. The promise of quality relaxation time appeals...
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The human touch
While travellers rely on technological devices to make choices and find the best holiday trips, they still want to feel that their needs and preferences are understood once they arrive at their destination. The ultimate in modern luxury is to put the human touch, that very first point of contact...
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Small space, big impressions
Advances in technology, changing demands and tighter budgets are shifting the objective and goals in the meetings industry. In their pursuit of creating memorable experiences, hoteliers are getting more creative to deliver more personalised experiences for delegates. Large conferences of the past are being traded in for several smaller meetings...
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Riding on a cocktail culture
Cocktails are back, in a big way and this time there is no limits to the creativity of the concoctions as the cocktail culture incorporates the diverse flavours of a destination. Today’s hotel guests expect an immersive cocktail experience coupled with a beverage menu boasting more than just wine and...
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The compact hotel: socialising reborn?
It truly cannot be denied that with the escalating cost of real estate in large metropolitan developments, hotel operators have opted for the concept of significantly smaller room sizes – this spurs the topic of what are the perspectives and shifts that both travellers and hoteliers alike face.