Airbnb announced a new commitment to support charitable and philanthropic organizations that are fighting COVID-19.
The post-COVID travel industry will be unforgiving, yet also full of opportunities. If you can manage to understand your guests’ new expectations and adapt in consequence, you will be part of the hotels that define the industry of tomorrow.
Airbnb is here to stay and is working to swiftly adapt to the challenges presented by Covid so that this lodging platform remains a competitor for traditional hotel brands for many years to come.
If there’s one bright light at the end of the coronavirus tunnel, it’s that this outbreak may force the insolvency of those pesky, and largely illegitimate, ghost hotel operators that we have been trying to regulate for nearly a whole decade now.
New MarketAndResearch.com report provides insight into what constitutes strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats for players in the lodging industry. It also provides examples of relevant companies for each SWOT element.
Through this partnership, 1199SEIU members in New York, New Jersey, Washington, D.C., Massachusetts, Maryland and Florida will receive direct access to book free stays via the Airbnb Frontline stays program.
In Germany, frontline medical staff looking for accommodation can already choose from more than 4,000 places to stay, including 2,000 hotel rooms on Airbnb.