THE SMART CITY HOSPITALITY SYSTEM: TO CREATE A FOUNDATION FOR COLLECTIVE OVER TOURISM REFLECTIONS THAT HELP DESTINATION PLANNING

Authors

  • Sitikantha Mishra , Bibhuti B Pradhan , Ansuman Samal

Abstract

This paper introduces the Smart City Hospitality Framework, which could serve as the
basis for a destination-design-driven approach to governance of urban tourism and addressing
over tourism issues. The aim of this conceptual structure is to encourage collective (informed)
reflections on over tourism and urban tourism growth that could help system analyses, issue
structuring and the creation of transformation strategies and frameworks in the sense of
transforming urban tourism into a strategic environment that commends putting in motion a
sustainability change at city level. It fuses the elements of sustainable growth (environmentally
friendly and equitable economic development) and community hospitality (the ex- tent of which
the community serves as a good 'host' for all its 'guests,' including residents and businesses).
Resilience rests at its heart to highlight the spatial implications and interdependencies of these
dimensions. A brief overview of (experiences with) intense game-playing sessions that
implement its theory in six European cities is presented to demonstrate how this concept will
serve as the basis for the efforts of destination design in practice.

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Published

2020-12-02

How to Cite

Sitikantha Mishra , Bibhuti B Pradhan , Ansuman Samal. (2020). THE SMART CITY HOSPITALITY SYSTEM: TO CREATE A FOUNDATION FOR COLLECTIVE OVER TOURISM REFLECTIONS THAT HELP DESTINATION PLANNING. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 5427 - 5435. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/1812