The Philippines revealed as 100th destination – Maldives, Uganda, Bermuda and Montenegro also to get worlds first global safety and hygiene stamp
For the first time since mid-March, SiteMinders World Hotel Index showed that hotel bookings globally rose to above 55% of 2019 levels on 6 September, and then dropped back to 54.7% just three days later to mark the tenth week that hotel bookings have remained in the plateaued (second) stage of global recovery.
With remote working now mainstream, hotels are increasingly offering empty rooms as individual office space for the day
Travel restrictions and lockdown measures in response to the COVID-19 pandemic forced widespread hotel closures and unprecedented performance declines around the globe. Asia Pacific countries have been no exception to the trend, but some of the regions nations stand out in the earliest phases of industry recovery. New Zealand is one of them.
The week of September 21, the CGI Action Network will bring together heads of state with business and civil leaders to promote a sustainable recovery and investments for island states
Government efforts initially buoyed the economic recovery but a lack of support could jeopardize future growth
The theme of the Boutique Lifestyle Leaders Associations (BLLA) upcoming Boutique Lifestyle Digital Summit is 'Dare to Adapt' and there are some compelling arguments as to why the boutique space may be able to adapt to the current economic crisis faster than other sectors in the hotel industry.
How does Europe compare to other regions in the recovery cycle?
This is the ninth edition of Fuels COVID-19 Consumer Sentiment Study. As the virus continues to impact the state of travel and the hospitality industry, we want to continue to provide insights on the sentiment of consumers.
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