Hoteliers in several U.S. cities have had to quickly adapt to new COVID-19 vaccination or testing requirements over the past few weeks.
THE Covid-19 pandemic ravaged economies and the travel industry in Asia Pacific (APAC), especially in countries with a higher dependency on tourism. As governments tried to protect their populations, they imposed severe restrictions on national and international mobility dealing a massive blow to the travel and hospitality industry.
Independent hoteliers are leveraging the unique characteristics of boutique properties to capitalize on demand during a year challenged by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Innovation often comes out of the most difficult moments and helps companies to recover from a negative situation.
Like many industries, hotels are at the mercy of the delays in the global supply chain.
Marriott International and industry leaders discuss future trends at its first hybrid event in Asia Pacific
With grounds for optimism over travel rebound, Marriott International together with industry leaders discussed future trends at its first hybrid event in Asia Pacific – “Be There with Marriott International – The Path Forward for Travel and Events”.
In July, President Biden issued an executive order that included a call to make consumer-friendly changes in the travel industry. We asked experts to weigh in on the prospects for change.
Business travel has been hit head-on by the COVID crisis. Experts report that it will never pick up to 2019 levels, and it is commonly said that Zoom killed business travel. I personally believe that business travel will recover but with different priorities.
Provisions within the vaccine mandates announced by the Biden administration will affect employers across the U.S. hotel industry, but the exact details of these mandates aren’t available just yet.
HOLLYWOOD, Florida — Luxury, all-inclusive resorts are not just a Caribbean fad despite much of the buzz from hotel brands being concentrated on that region.