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STR: U.S. Hotel Results For Week Ending 30 May

HENDERSONVILLE, Tennessee - STR data ending with 30 May showed another small rise from previous weeks in U.S. hotel performance. Year-over-year declines remained significant although not as severe as the

Will home-sharing and luxury hotels recover sooner after COVID-19?
By Linchi Kwok - Associate Professor at The Collins College of Hospitality Management

As more places are easing coronavirus restrictions, travel companies are getting ready to reopen their business. Yet, do people want to travel again soon? If so, who are the travelers? STR (Smith Travel

SiteMinder World Hotel Index: Europe Pushes Global Hotel Bookings Past A Quarter Of 2019 Levels

Data by SiteMinder, the global hotel industry's leading guest acquisition platform, today reveals a growing demand for travel within Europe has pushed total hotel bookings worldwide past a quarter of 2019

Middle East's ghastly hotel numbers in April could be the bottom

Middle East profit per available room turned negative in April, as the region continued to be battered by COVID-19 and while hotel performance data will continue to be anemic for the near-term, May could

Coronavirus impact on the future of hospitality

It is important to learn from every difficult situation, as well as see its bright side. Now we can notice that the hospitality sector finally discovers new horizons for its development, and hoteliers

Prague Tempts Visitors With Cheaper Czech Beer and Other Perks

Only last December, the Czech capital had many residents griping about overtourism. The pandemic has since crushed tourism, prompting local businesses to tempt visitors back with cheaper prices. Hopefully

Europe Is Slowly Reopening, the U.S. Isn't Far Behind

Travel is reopening in Europe and the US--even as international travel is still prohibited. Here is your guide to popular city and country reopenings.

Marriott and Accor CEOs Disagree on How Quickly Europe's Hotels Will Recover

As long as Europe can create a strong network of travel bubbles or reopen as much of the Schengen Area without coronavirus travel restrictions, its hotel recovery timeline may surprise hotel executives

STR Data for Final Week of May: Occupancy Creeps Up

STR data for the week of May 24-30 showed another small rise from previous weeks in U.S. hotel performance. Year-over-year declines remained significant, although not as severe as the levels recorded previously

SHA Summer Conversations Series

A Series of Discussions, Networking, and Looking to the Future Join Boston University's School of Hospitality Administration (BU SHA) for our Summer Conversations series - covering a variety of topics