SAHIC, the Hotel & Tourism Investment Conference for Latin American and the Caribbean community, has announced its Virtual Conference for next October 5-6 th. Due to global travel restrictions and health authorities' recommendations to keep safe distancing measures, the annual event will be held on an online platform.
All around the world and since the beginning of the crisis, our owners have been mobilizing to support people in need. Let's take a look back at these solidarity initiatives in France, Brazil and Italy.
Marriott today announced that Tim Sheldon is retiring from his role as President, Caribbean and Latin America in early 2021, following a 35-year career with the company.
Holiday hotspot Egypt, is the latest in a line of popular destinations around the world to sign up to the world's first ever global safety and hygiene stamp, launched recently by the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC).
Celebrated hotel and brand management company Dream Hotel Group announced today a new partnership with leading Tulum-based real estate development group Los Amigos to operate three new properties in Tulum, Mexico.
Following weeks of halted operations that permitted time for extensive planning, Posadas, Mexico's largest and most internationally known hotelier, is pleased to announce elevated safety and sanitization protocols, Travel with Confidence, currently being applied to all its 180 hotels and resorts in preparation for summer travel.
As the financial strain continues to burden the global tourism industry due to the impact of COVID-19, many companies will be forced to focus all their financial resources into the present threats they face.
Latin America’s Hotel Construction Pipeline Remains Sluggish at the Close of the First Quarter of 2020*
In the recent Latin America Hotel Construction Pipeline Trend Report, analysts at Lodging Econometrics (LE) state that the total construction pipeline stands at 702 projects/124,050 rooms, down 2% by projects and up less than 1% by rooms, year-over-year (YOY).
Airbnb announced that the global Frontline stays program will be activated in Mexico starting Monday, April 27, in alliance with the Mexican Red Cross, in order to provide frontline workers with comfortable and convenient places to stay, while they carry out their critical work to help contain the COVID-19 pandemic in the country.
Airbnb announced the activation of its global Frontline stays program in Colombia, aimed at providing free and subsidized homes to healthcare staff and frontline responders who carry out their critical work to help contain the COVID-19 pandemic within the country.