“Coffee with the GM” is a new offline event series which provides introduction and overview of the global hospitality and tourism industry, its growth and development, industry segments and their distinguishing characteristics, trends, and current concerns. Participants are invited to exclusive in-person talk-shows to meet with the top industry leaders to learn from their real life experiences and explore professional hospitality career opportunities as well as the employability skills needed to succeed in specific hospitality career.
Travel firms and hotels are preparing products and services to cash in on an expected tourism boost from Vietnam hosting the SEA Games, Southeast Asia’s largest sports event.
Radisson Hotel Group is proud to announce the opening of Radisson Hotel Danang, a brand-new international upscale hotel, marking the brand’s debut in this vibrant Vietnamese city.
The Australian Consulate General in Ho Chi Minh City held a press conference on Wednesday morning to launch the Taste of Australia 2022, an annual celebration of Australia’s food and beverages in Vietnam, at Vietnam House Restaurant in District 1, Ho Chi Minh City.
American magazine Fodor’s Travel included Four Seasons The Nam Hai in Hoi An and Sofitel Legend Metropole in Hanoi among 14 top hotels in Asia.
Hospitality is globally thriving. To join this industry, learning the key skills has become easier with institutions and schools popping up everywhere. If you are considering going into hospitality, here are some key reasons as to why now is the perfect time to study it in Australia.
The coffee order gets mixed-up. The main courses take too long. It’s hard to wave someone down to get the bill. Welcome to dining out in 2022, a unique (hopefully) period of time in which restaurateurs are thrilled to be open again, yet shocked by how hard it is to get staff. And by how much they have to pay them. And if they do get staff, by how hard it is to rely on them turning up to work (floods, Omicron, child-care issues).
IHG Hotels & Resorts debuts its first resort in South East Asia under its upper luxury brand, Regent Hotels & Resorts, with the opening of Regent Phu Quoc. Located off the southwest coast of Vietnam alongside a UNESCO-designated World Biosphere Reserve, the all-suites-and-villas resort offers a serene sanctuary amidst a landscape of elevated luxury. Alongside its exceptional design and state-of-the-art technology, is the brand’s legendary hospitality, promising a seamless guest journey.
A 632-meter-long glass bridge in northern highlands town Moc Chau, said to be the world’s longest, is scheduled to open to tourists during the Reunification Day (April 30) holiday.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said on Monday it had dropped its “Do Not Travel” Covid-19 recommendations for about 90 international destinations including Vietnam.