Victoria’s Supreme Court has ruled a class action will proceed over the alleged mismanagement of the State’s hotel quarantine program.
The boom and new crisis in the hotel industry
We reflect on the impact of the pandemic, how it has led us to where we are today and the new crisis facing the hotel industry in the future with my guest Graham Perry, Managing Director BWH Group Australasia.
A list of what will last from the pandemic
Hotel brands must continue to adapt to the demands of a quarantine culture which will last far longer than the virus itself.
Europe’s hotels see values fall by up to 15%
Sharp declines in revenue caused by the pandemic coupled with a more cautious approach to lending has prompted hotel valuations to fall.
UN agencies partner for guide to help women in tourism recover from crisis
As the sector enters the second year of an unprecedented crisis, the impact this has had on women in tourism has been made clear.
Centara helps to safely restart international tourism in Asia
Centara selected to take part in the “Airport Opening – Pilot Project”, welcoming charter groups from a series of key source markets.
How COVID-19 has changed society and consumers
Do consumers value hospitality more now than they did before the pandemic and is hospitality doing enough to rebuild consumer trust? We explore the continuing impact on hotels of the COVID-19 pandemic with our guest, Professor Peter Jones, MBE.
US set to lose 9.2M jobs
A staggering 9.2 million jobs could be lost in the U.S. Travel & Tourism sector in 2020 if barriers to global travel remain in place, WTTC revealed.
Long-Haul Travel Barometer 3/2020
Sentiment for long haul travel slowly picks up in major tourism markets, but confidence for trips to Europe stays low.
Travel CEOs unite in stark call for relief bill
The CEOs of 17 of the largest U.S. travel companies joined the U.S. Travel Association in pleading for legislative relief from COVID-19.