COVID-19: the tourism sector is also in quarantine

Tourism sector companies such as hotel chains or travel agencies already agree that, although it is early to know what the effects of the coronavirus crisis will be in the tourism sector, it is clearly being seen that the tourism activity, mainly in Europe and Asia, is declining on large scales.

most original hotels where you will not want to leave them

Who has not ever been sleeping on a train? Now you will really do it in one of these wagons of the 50s that will make you travel to that time. These have been totally adapted to rest and comfort so you can enjoy your stay peacefully among olive groves, mountains and lakes.

connectivity and interactive facilities at the service of hotel guests

Do you know which companies are growing the most? Indeed, those that invest in interactive design and connectivity, because they are able to contribute new experiences and differentiation in a sustainable and efficient way.

trends in hotel interior design are constantly evolving

If there exits a sector in constant improvement and innovation, that is the hotel sector, which is increasingly adapting to the new demands of the hotel guests, who no longer come to sleep, but also to seek an experience in the hotel establishment.

Taking hotel amenities with you: souvenirs, necesity or eagerness?

The amenities were developped to offer a superior well-being that the most outstanding hotels began to offer their clients. But do you know when the amenities are first started to offer in Spain? In the seventeenth century, with the opening of the hotel La Posada del Peine, the oldest hotel in Spain whose name refers to the first amenities offered in the country: a comb.


The biodegradable and ecological hotel amenities are made of sustainable materials such as cardboard or paper, natural plant resins such as straw, wheat starch and corn starch or renewable vegetable bases such as potato starch also linen cloth bags...


Spain was the main destination for the clients of this travel agency, which leaves in the tourist sector of this country a huge debt, where hotel establishments probably will reduce costs with more secondary elements, such as hotel supplies.