Miles Hurley

Miles Hurley joined the team for IHM and BHN in January of 2019. He is from Atlanta, Georgia, USA. He graduated from the University of St Andrews with a degree in Modern History and International relations, and wrote and edited for four separate publications during his university period. Miles is an avid theatre-goer, amateur actor, and is a practitioner of Mixed Martial Arts.

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Recent Articles by Miles

OYO plans expansion into Egypt

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Egypt: OYO Homes and hotels has set its sight on the Egyptian market, following expansions into the UAE and Saudi Arabia.

Trailblazer webinar review: City vs country

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UK: The fourth webinar in the Boutique Hotel News Trailblazer series discusses the impact that the COVID-19 pandemic has had on the city, which has experienced a partial decline, versus the countryside, which has seen more business.

Chestnut Group appoints new COO

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UK: East Anglian hotel and hospitality company Chestnut Group has announced the appointment of Henry Fairbanks as a new chief operating officer.

Rosewood expands to Amsterdam

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The Netherlands: Rosewood Hotels & Resorts has announced the opening of its first Dutch property with Rosewood Amsterdam.

Carver Road Hospitality formed

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US: Leading hospitality executive Sean Christie and media marketing and real estate executive Nelson Famadas have announced the formation of Carver Road Hospitality.

ENGAGE! Webinar: “The Impact of Lost Talent”

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UK: The latest in a fortnightly series of ENGAGE! webinars for travel buyers and suppliers of accommodation to corporate travellers was hosted last week by Mark Harris of the Travel Intelligence Network focusing on talent this week.

50 Urban Innovators changing the way we live- Part Three

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Worldwide: In the lead up to URBAN LIVING FESTIVAL 2020: stay-live-work, taking place 25-26 November at Tobacco Dock in London, International Hospitality Media has created a list of 50 innovators who have changed urban life.

50 Urban Innovators changing the way we live- Part Two

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Worldwide: In the lead up to URBAN LIVING FESTIVAL 2020: stay-live-work, taking place 25-26 November at Tobacco Dock in London, International Hospitality Media has created a list of 50 innovators who have changed urban life.

ENGAGE! Webinar: “Who leads?"

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UK: The latest in a fortnightly series of ENGAGE! webinars for travel buyers and suppliers of accommodation to corporate travellers was hosted last week by Mark Harris of the Travel Intelligence Network.

Sonder moves into Seattle

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UK: Hospitality start-up Sonder is moving into Seattle, offering units at modern development Solis.

How can hotels manage rising cleaning costs?

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Miles Hurley examines the hotel industry's rising costs of cleaning, examining what the impact on certain businesses may look like and what hotels can do to adapt to new standards.

HalalBooking partners with Expedia

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UK: Islamic centred travel agency Halalbooking.com has partnered with global bookings firm Expedia to help it weather the global pandemic.

Nobu Hospitality expands to Marrakech

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Morocco: Nobu Hospitality, the luxury brand led by Nobu Matsuhisa, Robert De Niro and Meir Teper has announced its first expansion into Africa.

IHG to cut $150 million in costs

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Worldwide: With hotel demand at record lows, InterContinental Hotels Group, the group behind Kimpton and Hotel Indigo, announced $150 million in cost cuts.

Superdry co-founder launches hotel brand

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Worldwide: After acquiring restaurant portfolio The Lucky Onion, Julian Dunkerton, co-founder of fashion giant Superdry, has announced the launch of a new hotel brand.

OYO announces 2020 priorities

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India: Hotel start-up OYO, the next promising venture of Softbank’s Vision fund, has announced its goals for 2020.

Grand Hotel Birmingham reopening in 2020

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UK: After 18 years, Starwood Capital Group announced the reopening of The Grand Hotel Birmingham, one of the city’s most iconic buildings, following its restoration.

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