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Managing Operations In Tourism & Hospitality Industry

Marriott International Inc. operated and franchised 3,800 hotels properties, 19 hotel brands in 2012. Marriott furthermore presented 1,850 appointed corporate and business real estate rental items. In the 85+ years since company’s beginning, Marriott has established a culture and a custom of innovation, service & leadership. The hotels having portfolio and timeshares are consisting of … Read more

Tourism in the Philippines

Tourism is recognized as an important industry in the Philippines. Its significance as main driver and contributor to socio-economic growth is acknowledged in Republic Act 9593 or the Tourism Policy Act of 2009. It has seen an increasing direct contribution to the country’s gross domestic product (GDP) and employment over the years and peaking in … Read more

Elements deemed paramount to the understanding of how an individual is influenced during the travel planning process

Literature review In this section of this dissertation the author will discuss various elements that were deemed paramount to the understanding how an individuals is influenced during the travel planning process, by looking at the roles and activities of the destination management organisation, the perceived image of the destination and the effects of Word of … Read more

What strategic elements need to be implemented to gain long- term support from supporters of third party actions?

PROPOSAL Company: War Child Holland Hand in date December 31th Word count: 7355 words NHL Stenden – Hospitality Management Leeuwarden The Netherlands Submitted in Partial Fulfilment of the Requirements of the degree Program Bachelor of Business Administration (Hospitality Management)Abstract Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 1.1 of the research describes and explains the context, problem description and … Read more

Tourism in North Cyprus

Turkish people might be the most frequent visitors to North Cyprus but certainly not the only visitors because in 2013, so people from the United Kingdom, Germany and the Netherlands visited North Cyprus. These four countries were the top four whose nationalities stayed in the tourist accommodation establishments (see Table 8 ). Table 8: No. … Read more

Surf Resource Sustainability Index

Chapter 1 Introduction This chapter is composed of nine parts. The background of the study, problem statement, theoretical framework, conceptual framework, research objectives, hypotheses of the study, significance of the study, scope and limitations, and definition of terms. The following will thoroughly explicate the significance of serious leisure qualities and economic index indicators in the … Read more

Decisional Factors of Malaysian Tourist from Kuala Lumpur in Choosing Airbnb over Budget Hotels in Bangkok

Background of Topic a) Budget Hotels The difference between the budget hotel and hotel is focused on the rooms and meals which is reserved at the economic cost. Hotel is a building that provides a room to sleep with a certain management standard in term of serving their customer. Their facilities, services, and amenities determined … Read more

Galway tourism

1. Executive Summary   Galway has been named the European culture capital 2020. Having beaten off stiff competition across the continent, the challenge is to rise to the occasion with a marketing plan that exceeds all expectations and showcases all that Galway has to offer specifically to culturally curious tourist based in the United States … Read more

Training/professional development – hospitality

The training/ professional development you received to progress and be successful in your role  within a hospitality/tourism and events industry. (1000 words) AHS Hospitality is considered as the main business of Australia’s hospitality guest services contributor for the accommodation industry. AHS started the business since 1993, they have been supplying subcontract to managing the accommodation … Read more

Growth of Chinese visitors in Australia

There is no single definition to the word ‘tourism’. Some definitions are universal and some are for specific purposes.  Despite the differing interests in tourism, there are three key attributes to it which describe that tourism involves travel, requires a temporary stay away from home and the primary purpose is something other than earning money … Read more

Tourism

As argued by Kimbu & Ngoasong (2013), tourism is a collection of exercises, organizational and commercial ventures that convey a travel experience, including transportation, lodging, eating and drinking foundations, retail shops, stimulation organizations, action offices and other friendliness administrations accommodated people or gatherings voyaging far from home. Moreover, the tourism sector has been seen to … Read more

The tourism industry – Malaysia

Tourism industry contributing the world a six percent of gross domestic product (GDP) and hiring over 127 million people internationally (Holloway, 2002). The industry is recognized as one of the major industries in providing foreign exchange profit and generating employment to the people in the country. As for the case in Malaysia, the tourism industry … Read more

The buy-green trend in hospitality and tourism

Trend Description In the past few years, the word ‘green’ and ‘sustainable’ are the keywords that receive a lot of concern from every industries. Especially for hospitality designer, according to Roger G.Hill, sustainable design practices are becoming common place in pursuing Green Design, creating value, reducing dish and solving problems for their customers as each … Read more

The Kanto region

The Kanto region is located in the southeast of Japan. Providing a mild climate, the region is divided in 7 prefectures; Chiba, Gunma, Ibaraki, Kanagawa, Tochigi, Seitama and Tokyo (Japan-guide.com, 2015). It hosts key cities like Tokyo, Yokohama, Chiba, Seitama and Kamakura. The pivot of the region, the Tokyo-Yokohama district, is the centre of Japan’s … Read more

Sustainable Tourism Masterplan

Introduction The purpose of the Sustainable Tourism Masterplan, written by Halcrow and CHL Consulting Tourism Plan (2011), is to increase the tourism in Anguilla to a certain level from 2010 to 2020 that all stakeholders will benefit from the income that will be generated by the tourism in Anguilla. To achieve, tourism growth must be … Read more

Sustainable Tourism Master Plan – Anguilla

The main premise of the author in ‘Part II Vision and Development strategy’ is the formulated vision, that stakeholders have made about strengths of Anguilla and creating a development strategy for tourism in Anguilla. The formulated vision is: ‘We are a premier Caribbean destination know for our world class beaches, pristine azure waters; top class … Read more

Oman

1. Introduction Oman is a country on the Arabian Peninsula. Tourism in Oman has grown considerably recently, and it is expected to be one of the largest industries in the nation. Kharusi, N. S. & Salman (2011) says, Oman has one of the most diverse environments in the Middle East with various tourist attractions and … Read more