The landscape continues to change rapidly, and while no one can say with any degree of certainty where everything will land, we are starting to see the shape of things to come.
A hotel’s success depends on how motivated, happy and engaged their employees are as this directly affects its product. So how does a people-focused industry take care of their people during COVID-19?
The hotels that can reconfigure their human resources will be best placed once tourism starts its long road to recovery. The new normal is that no one employee, including heads of departments and directors, should be pigeonholed.
No demand doesn’t mean your marketing and sales efforts need to stop. It just means they need to be shifted towards other focus points. This can be a great time to breathe, analyse and prepare for things to come.
Special safety and hygiene mark to provide consistency and reassurance for consumers to speed the Travel & Tourism recovery. UNWTO endorses and supports private sector global protocols.
The International Skal Council, advising body of Skal International Executive Board, established a committee to work on guiding and advocating for the restructuring in the Travel Industry.
The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) has joined forces with CNN International for a major new initiative designed to inspire people to get ready to travel again. The #TravelTomorrow campaign combines the key message of the United Nations specialized agency with the creativity of the broadcaster and looks to a brighter future for global tourism and those that are reliant on the sector for their livelihoods.
COVID-19 has changed hospitality and the way hotels do business around the world, with many hoteliers seeking ways to stay relevant with their guests by reinventing their business model to optimise revenue while minimising overheads – without compromising on service.
Developed for hoteliers who want to understand the trends and impact of COVID-19 on major markets’ hotel open rates and pricing, and beyond the crisis.
To make the most of the rebound and business recovery, it’s critical that hoteliers and revenue managers can easily visualise pick-up and pace insights, analyse business mix trends, rapidly adjust forecasts, and most importantly, quickly spot segments that are showing signs of recovery.
Sandra Wigger, who has been responsible for the pre-opening stage of the IntercityHotel Zurich Airport since March, will also assume the position of General Manager once the hotel opens for business.
Herbert Laubichler-Pichler has taken charge of the opening of Alma, an 196-pavilion and 384-suite resort overlooking Long Beach, on Vietnam’s Cam Ranh peninsula.
Marlon has spent almost two decades in hospitality with multiple international hotel brands in UAE, UK, Sri Lanka, the Maldives and Fiji.
By next year, we will have rebuilt our industry on a new foundation, and the focus of the Trip Circus – the convergence of hotels and vacation rentals – will be even more relevant.
The lakefront, all-suite accommodations are now serviced with new cleanliness and safety protocols including the Hilton CleanStay Program.
Hospitality company’s innovative approach involves going beyond enhanced health and safety practices to deliver stay and dining experiences that facilitate physical distancing while providing additional convenience, experience and value.
Adelaide-based International College of Hotel Management (ICHM) has been named the best hotel and hospitality school in Australia for the second consecutive year.
FIU’s Chaplin School of Hospitality & Tourism Management is helping to put money into the hands of cooks, servers, dishwashers and all team members at restaurants and bars through a new partnership with the South Beach Wine & Food Festival.
EHL has been awarded the World Hospitality Awards (WHA) prize for “Innovation in Education”, in recognition of its revamped Bachelor of Science in International Hospitality Management which leverages the full power of the multi-campus education group.