Tom Buerkle • November 2012
Landmark Mandarin Oriental leads our annual ranking of Asia's top hotels.
Establishments in Institutional Investor’s World’s Best Hotels 2011 ranking are using renovations and renewed dedication to service to fuel a rebound.
Each year, Institutional Investor ranks the world's best hotels. This year we're rolling out the ranking geographically, with the best hotels in the Middle East and Asia today.
Each year, Institutional Investor ranks the world's best hotels. This year, we're breaking out the results by region. Last week it was Europe's best hotels - this week it's Asia.
Europe may be struggling with an existential debt crisis, but it hasn't lost its taste for luxury accommodations. Europe accounts for 25 of The World’s Best Hotels, Institutional investor's annual ranking of elite establishments.
Our ranking of the World’s Best Hotels features 100 establishments that stand out for their style, service and know-how. Read the reviews of three leading hotels.
Here’s a snapshot of my recent visits to some of the high-end hotels that made the cut.
When your product is luxurious accommodations and top-notch service, cutbacks are not an option.
When the Grand Hyatt Shanghai opened in the landmark, 88-story Jin Mao Tower in March 1999, “grand” was not the first word that came to mind to describe the surrounding Pudong New District.
If Florence is a wise teacher, Naples a glitzy showgirl and Rome a romantic lover, then Milan is a devoted mama.
New analysts who are already gaining notice in our Rising Stars of Wall Street Research.
America’s executives see opportunities in economic and political challenges.
Government revives reform efforts and sees mutual funds as a vehicle for promoting growth.
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