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Picture this - You’ve just woken up and find yourself watching the stream steadily rise from your waiting coffee mug as you stand perched at the kitchen counter, taking in the view that stretches beyond the window.
Lisbon is the capital of Portugal and one of the oldest cities in Europe in a region with approximately 3 million inhabitants. The city offers a variety of cultural, architectural and business-related attractions.
It wasn’t that long ago that Airbnb took the world of hospitality by storm. What began with two guys renting out air mattresses in their San Francisco apartment to conference attendees in an attempt to make rent later became the darling of Silicon Valley success stories.
The recovery of the U.S. hotel industry from the COVID-19 pandemic has progressed to the point that.
U.S. hotel industry occupancy topped 70% for the week ending 24 September 2022—an eight-week high. Weekday (Monday-Wednesday) demand and occupancy improved with the measures increasing to the highest levels since the summer.
While hotel industry revenues and profits are rising, guest satisfaction is declining. According to the J.D. Power 2022 North America Hotel Guest Satisfaction Index Study, the increase in industry fundamentals has not been met with a corresponding improvement in guests’ perceptions of amenities or services.
It’s all a bunch of Hocus Pocus at the Sanderson Sisters’ cottage, where, for the first time ever, .
Dr Sowon Kim answers questions based on a 2022 industry report that looks at the positive impact of flexible working practices in the hotel sector. Giving hotel employees the opportunity to organize their professional lives via part-time work, remote work and flexible scheduling brings benefits not just to the personnel’s work-life balance but also to the organization and its capacity for resilience.
PHIST (Phuket Hotels for Islands Sustaining Tourism), Southeast Asia’s biggest and best responsible travel and hospitality forum, returned on Monday 26th September to deliver a knockout blow to unsustainable tourism in Southeast Asia! Back as a live, in-person gathering, this fast-paced event tackled the key topics impacting the region and supported the green recovery of hotels and tourism operators following the global pandemic.Hosted at ACES, Angsana Laguna Phuket, the theme of this year’s PHIST was Muay Thai, the high-energy, culturally-rich sport of Thai boxing, which has gained fame and popularity around the world and represents the battle to preserve authentic art, heritage and tradition.
Group and business travel segments are showing steady recovery in Q4, with 4.3 million group room nights already booked for H1 2023. After an outstanding summer of travel, Amadeus’ Agency360® and Demand360® data sources are showing strong recovery indicators for the remainder of 2022 and evidence of growing traveler confidence as the sector looks towards 2023.