In this episode, Area Vice President and General Manager of the Park Hyatt New York, Peter Roth and I discuss the reopening of the hotel on 1 April 2021.
There are positive signs that demand is increasing, we discuss which markets are likely to recover first and a range of new emerging markets.
The desire to work from a “third space” highlights a potential opportunity to grow revenue for the hospitality and retail industries.
A travel bubble between Australia and New Zealand annunced to start in the middle of April.
More than 100 countries, alongside international organizations and leading business groups have agreed to adopt harmonized standards for assisting tourists caught up in emergency situations.
The European Commission is proposing to create a Digital Green Certificate to facilitate safe free movement inside the EU during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Every hotel organization has instituted their own COVID-19 sanitization SOPs and deployed a myriad of technologies to verify that those checklists are never put in jeopardy, but if all your competitors are doing this then how do you stand apart from the pack? @HotelMogel
The new initiative is being trialed as part of the airline’s efforts to simplify the departure process as it prepares for the return of international travel.
SiteMinder’s unique global perspective on the travel market provides an insight into future booking trends in all accommodation sectors, particularly through SiteMinder’s World Hotel Index. In this episode, we explore the current trends across all regions and what these trends will mean for accommodation providers.
One in three destinations worldwide are now completely closed to international tourism.