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How can hotels stand ahead of the curve when demand returns?

According to Bloomberg, over 300 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines have already been administered; President Biden said the U.S. expects to vaccinate every adult by mid-May, and 53.7% of Israelis has received the first dose of the coronavirus vaccine.

Curtain Bluff

Nestled among the palm-trees on a rocky outcrop between two secluded coves lies the idyllic haven of Curtain Bluff. With two spectacular beaches offering surfing waves as well as tranquil waters to float in, this is quite possibly the most beautiful corner of Antigua.

Sugar Beach, A Viceroy Resort

Set within more than 100 acres of pristine rainforest in the embrace of the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Val des Pitons, Sugar Beach, a Viceroy Resort, offers breathtaking views of the Caribbean Sea and the Pitons, along with all of the 18th-century Colonial charm that St.

Are robots coming to a hotel near you?

A recent University of Houston report on robots in hospitality claims that by 2030 over a quarter of hospitality jobs will be replaced by robots. Will robots ever replace all humans in hospitality? Next-gen technology will undoubtedly replace mundane, repetitive, and dangerous jobs in hospitality performed by housekeepers, porters and baggage handlers, concierges, security guards, line cooks, room service, bartenders, waiters, etc.

iVvy Platform to Power Innovative Events Strategy for Atlantis Paradise Island

iVvy Platform announces Atlantis Paradise Island as the newest customer to engage with the software's advanced RFP and event management systems. iVvy, a modern, cloud-based event and venue management platform, will support Atlantis Paradise Island by offering online distribution and RFP management; diagramming; invoicing; banquet and event orders; plus on-site execution from any mobile device.

Why Hoteliers Need to Rethink Their Room Pricing Strategy

After being cooped up at home for the better part of 2020, travelers around the world are itching to break free from their own four walls to go on a long-awaited trip. But does that mean they’re willing to pay an arm and a leg for a hotel stay? As tempting as it is to double (or triple) the price of rooms to make up for lost profits in 2020, price gouging will only backfire and hurt the recovery of one’s hotel business.

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