A hotel is a mirror of the world. If we live in contradictory, complex and exciting times, these are the places where we will sleep and eat Benedict eggs. If we go ahead, we will play with advantage. Social hotels, ultra-minimal hotels, co-working hotels, remote hotels, plastic-free hotels, hotels that do not look like hotels...
In her talk 'Check-in in the near future: macro, micro and hotel counter-trends', Anabel Vázquez seeks to launch questions and open doors to other ways of creating and living hotels.
About Anabel Vázquez
Degree in Information Sciences from the University of Seville and Master in Arts ¬–Humanities and Social Thought– at the New York University (NYU) as a Fulbright student. Her career is as heterodox as entertaining: she has worked in Communication of museums such as the New Museum and the MoMA in New York; also as Head of Cultural Heritage in Loewe. She has been a professor at the Istituto Europeo di Design (IED) and a freelance communication and branding consultant for fashion, hospitality and luxury brands. She is the founder of Laconicum, an online independent cosmetics store. She collaborates on a regular basis in different media in Spain and Latin America (Vanity Fair, Condé Nast Traveler, Telva, CLUB (Renfe) El Mundo, AD) writes about trends, travel, gastronomy, fashion and beauty, that is: "the pretty face of life " Currently, he lives and works in Madrid.
Conference organized by the Postgraduate in Interior Design for Hotels and New Hostelling.