very additional one million international arrivals into Europe would generate nearly half a billion extra US dollars in GDP
Hotel operators from coast to coast discuss how theyre employing new procedures and cutting-edge technologies to serve their guests safely during the COVID-19 pandemic
Country Reopens to 11 Categories of Travelers
The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) is reminding all travellers, ahead of the July 1 (Canada) and July 4 (United States) holidays, that travel restrictions are still in place at all Canadian international border crossings. These measures remain in place until at least July 21.
As COVID-19 restrictions continue to lift, Americans are returning to travel again. According to the U.S. Travel Association, more than two-thirds of consumers miss traveling and cant wait to get out again, and one in four are already planning a future vacation.
The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted existing tensions, Advantage Hotels founder said
One whose title is 'chief evangelist' is driven by his mission to deliver good news. And so it went with this weeks European HFTP Hangout presenter, IDeaS Chief Evangelist Klaus Kohlmayr. His aim is to bring hoteliers across the globe good news regarding revenue management in a time where revenue has been severely depressed.
Hotel industry data amid COVID-19 has been like a horror movie that forces you to cover your eyes. But at least in May, you can take a peek – though only insofar as it pertains to MOM data. YOY data is still a fright. May is the light at the end of the tunnel that hoteliers across the globe have been in search for. A glimmer of hope that revenue and profit, though still mightily depressed, are at least turning around. After months of frowns, its a trend hoteliers can smile at.
SF Board Panel Measures Contradict CDC Guidelines, Risk Closures
This weekend Global Pride 2020 marked a culmination of celebrations in June that welcome one and all in the LGBTQ+ community, and recognise everyones right to equality and inclusion. These values are of course firmly in the thoughts of many right now, with people around the world coming together not just for Pride, but also to stand up to prejudice, injustice and racism, and throw a vital spotlight on the discrimination that Black communities still face in our society today.