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How Can We Be Sustainable Post-COVID-19

As a travel journalist and someone who cares deeply about the future of our planet, the moral dilemma of air travel is something I constantly grapple with. I've reduced the number of trips I take, buy

What Coronavirus Reveals About The Worlds Culture

It's been said that a person's true character is revealed in a crisis - and if the coronavirus pandemic has taught us anything so far, the same can be said for a country. As the world increasingly bunkers

Coronavirus in the UK: Hospitality industry 'faces thousands of closures'

The hospitality industry has warned the new government restrictions around coronavirus could shut down firms. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged everyone to avoid social contact and stay away from

Coronavirus: Your Rights As A Traveller

With new cases of the coronavirus being diagnosed in more and more locations, it's hard to predict where it will pop up next. But one thing is for certain: the disease has already become a nightmare for

Thomas Cook customers say they were 'held hostage' at Tunisian hotel

As Thomas Cook customers anxiously wait to see if and how their holidays might be affected, some say they have already found themselves in "horrible" situations abroad. The travel company is requesting

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Hotel check-in and check-out Into Room 101 / BBC Greg Davies

Hotel check-in and check-out Into Room 101 / BBC Greg Davies

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A Rise In Hotel And Cruise Bookings

A rise in hotel and cruise bookings has helped European travel group Tui sail through another year with more than 10% growth in profits. It said next year, profits would grow a similar amount as customers

Inverness Hotel Staff Shortages 'Due To Brexit'

Hoteliers in the Highlands say Brexit has caused a shortage in hospitality industry staff to reach "crisis levels". Inverness Hotels Association said applications to vacancies from workers in continental

Wang Jian: China's HNA Group boss falls to his death in France - bbc.com

The co-founder and chairman of the giant Chinese conglomerate HNA Group has died in a fall in southern France, while touring the Provence region. Wang Jian, 57, had climbed on a high parapet to take photographs

Trump-Kim summit to be held at the luxury Capella hotel on Sentosa island, Singapore

he much-anticipated meeting between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un will take place at a hotel on the Singaporean island of Sentosa, the White House has confirmed. The 12