Surekha Ragavan
May 28, 2019

Hotels shouldn’t be how we define them today: Sonia Cheng

A shift in travel trends is indicated by the rise of social clubs and co-working spaces.

Rosewood Hong Kong

As more consumers are increasingly looking for a sense of community, the future of hotels should reflect that, said Rosewood CEO Sonia Cheng at the Skift Forum Asia yesterday.

“If you’re able to build a hotel and serve your travelers as well as the community, become part of their ecosystem, being part of their lives, meet their wellness needs, you can really transform the business model,” she said. “Hotels shouldn’t be how we define them...

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