The core of HOSPEC is a program of face-to-face meetings set up individually for each specifier and supplier. HOSPEC is attended by hotel owners and operators, purchasing managers of important hotel chains, facility services operators and restaurant chains, as well as manufacturers and suppliers of solutions for this sector. The networking activities, supplier showcases and conferences that take place during the three days of the event along with the meetings lend HOSPEC its dynamic, active and enriching character. Meeting programme: face-to-face format The greatest part of the two work days is dedicated to the program of personalised meetings. Unlike trade fairs and other types of events, the meetings are individual and face-to-face between buyers (hotel owners and operators, purchasing managers of [...]
The Hospitality Innovation Planet (HIP) has become the annual summit for the hospitality and catering sector in Spain, and the innovations and trends that will transform the Horeca sector in coming years will be presented from February 19-21 at IFEMA.
From 19-21 February, more than 12,000 professionals from the hotel, bar and restaurant industries will meet at HIP to learn about the latest equipment, solutions and trends in the Horeca market.
The former Casa Suecia in Madrid is reborn as NH Collection Suecia and the Rambla de Catalunya welcomes NH Collection Gran Hotel Calderón.
The international boutique hotel chain will broaden beyond its urban focus with 2,000 new rooms in waterfront cities in Spain and abroad.
Located on the sea front, the new conference centre offers 6,365m² of meeting space and accommodates up to 3,100 delegates, with state of the art facilities.
This year Meliá will have an average occupancy of over 80% and it will also maintain or increase the Average Room Rate (ARR) by up to double-digit growth, generating RevPAR (Revenue Per Available Room) growth of between 20 and 30%.
The 4-star Gran Atlanta Madrid has 180 rooms, five conference rooms with a capacity of up to 100 persons and a restaurant.
Originally established in 1933, Gran Hotel Montesol Ibiza is steeped in history as it was the first purpose-built hotel on the island and has been declared an asset of cultural interest by UNESCO.
The strategy helped increase direct sales by 27 per cent, achieve more than 336M Euros in 2015 in direct sales revenue, and add more than one million registrations to its re-launched Meliá Rewards program.