US: New York-based tech-enabled hotel company Mint House, which provides apartment-style accommodations in downtown areas for high-end business travellers, has secured $18 million in a new round of investment. Participating in the round was Allegion Ventures, a $50 million corporate venture fund of Allegion. Allegion Ventures also invested in real estate
US: 70 Pine Street in Lower Manhattan has opened with 132 suites, and marks the fifth location for Mint House alongside Denver, Miami, Nashville and Minneapolis. Mint House at 70 Pine features the Michelin-starred restaurant Crown Shy, a coffee shop, gourmet grocer, fitness centres, golf simulators, and a bowling alley.
Belgium: Hotel sales and operations platform Thynk has completed a $13 million Series A funding round led by European venture capitalist firm Singular.
EU: Real estate development and investment firm Omnam Group has partnered with investment platform Mohari Hospitality to target lifestyle and luxury hotels throughout Europe.
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Sponsored by AKA Serviced Residences BHN news editor Eloise Hanson will be talking you through her six predicted 2021 travel trends that will shape the boutique, lifestyle and luxury hotel sector next year. Eloise will be in conversation with: • David Abraham, CEO, Outpost • Lauren Chatterton, GM, Oddfellows
The creators, the agitators and the visionaries Hosted by Boutique Hotel News editor Eloise Hanson, our Trailblazer webinar series is designed for hotel owners, operators, investors, developers and service providers within the hotel space. No cost to join and designed to encourage participants to think differently as we look to the future;
BHN news editor Eloise Hanson outlines six travel trends expected to shape boutique, lifestyle and luxury hotels next year. 1. Anywhere workers find their anyplace office Covid-19 has upended millions of jobs and many have been forced to make the abrupt change to working from home. It’s been almost nine
Michael Driedger, CEO at Operto, explains why scaling back services and using technology wisely is critical for the recovery of hotels. I’m a huge fan of history. There is so much to be learned about what is ahead by looking at the past. During the past two recessions (after 9/11