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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.

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.

Four Seasons Hotel Buenos Aires

Almost a year after closing its doors to the public on March 19, 2020, La Mansión, located at Four Seasons Hotel Buenos Aires, has reopened to welcome those who wish to stay again. Guests will be able to choose between the seven suites that this 1920 palace has.

Baja Club

Located on a beautiful plot of coastal boardwalk in the historic center of La Paz, Mexico, Baja Club's spring 2021 opening is a welcome bright spot on the travel horizon. Here, on the Baja California Peninsula, an early 20th century villa is reborn with the addition of a chic new four-story extension.