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The Road Less Traveled: Why Secondary...

Over-tourism and the collective desire to go off the grid are two factors that are rapidly shaping the way people travel. One of the byproducts of these “tren...

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Notes from 2019’s HICSA, AHIC and NYU...

For Luca Franco, Founder and CEO of Luxury Frontiers, another day at the “office” often involves jetting halfway across the world to scout an exotic new des...

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Hyper-Personalization and the Human Touch...

Robot butlers, self-check-in desks, pocket-sized portable maids … the travel industry has, to quote travel agent Ron Booth, “found itself the guinea-pig for...

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10 Questions with Aaron Gjellstad

The evolution of a hospitality professional.   From flying Blackhawk helicopters for the United States Army to serving as a General Manager at Abu Camp, on...

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Why Slow Travel is Catching On Fast

In the context of travel, the word “slow” typically doesn’t have a positive connotation. Slow is the travel buddy who won’t get out of bed until midday;...

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Just Back From: Americas Lodging Investment...

Three of Luxury Frontiers’ very own — Luca Franco, CEO, JamieRose Briones, Director of Strategy & Development, and Aaron Gjellstad, Director of Operatio...

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