Sunstone Hotel Investors, Inc. (the "Company" or "Sunstone"), the owner of Long-Term Relevant Real Estate® in the hospitality sector, today announced the retirement of Marc Hoffman, Executive Vice President & Chief Operating Officer.
South East Asia accounts for 12% of the Accor network worldwide, with nearly 385 hotels and 88,000 rooms. This figure is sure to grow in the future, given that the region boasts 190 hotels in its pipeline.
Expedia Group, the global travel platform and Accor, a world leading hospitality group, in conjunction with the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), are joining forces to further extend the UNESCO Sustainable Tourism Pledge (hereinafter also "The Pledge").
Investors are betting on the resilience of holiday parks as people seek out safe, secure staycations once lockdown restrictions lift.
Just over a year ago, while steep challenges around gender equality remained, the number of women in the workplace was on the rise.
Throughout 2020, the world was inundated with Zoom meetings and virtual events to keep businesses operational - in-between getting our fresh loaves of sourdough out of the oven, of course. Being able to meet in person has been tricky with looming threats of continued virus outbreaks and little to no travel opportunities.
The spring break season is traditionally the first major travel period of the year—but only about one in eight Americans plans a spring break trip this year, according to polling data by Destination Analysts.
Marriott International, Inc. (NASDAQ: MAR) today announced it has created the Vaccination Care Program, which will provide a financial award to U.S. and Canadian associates at its managed properties who get vaccinated for COVID-19.
PROVision Partners ("PROVision"), a leading global strategic growth, marketing, technology, and commercial services advisory firm to the travel and hospitality industry, announces the appointment of Mims Wright as a Senior Advisor.
Eight In Ten Americans Working From Home Due To Covid-19 Say They Miss In-Person Meetings And Conventions
A new survey by APCO Insight affirms that Americans working from home are eager to return to in-person meetings and conventions. The survey finds that even after adapting to the new digital workplace, 81% of professionals who attended in-person meetings and conventions before the pandemic miss doing so and would be just as likely - if not more likely - to attend in-person conferences, conventions, trade shows and other business events in the future.