All eyes are on the spreading coronvirus, COVID-19. Here you can follow the development and the impact of the coronavirus on the Hospitality Industry. Visit the WHO | World Health Organization for more information about the virus.
As of today, we are only weeks away from 2023. It’s almost hard to believe after the trials and tribulations that largely defined 2020, 2021, and the beginning of 2022. In some ways, the last two and a half years were a whirlwind, but, at the same time, the world came to what could be best described as a prolonged, collective standstill.
Through Q3 2022, the US hotel industry has exceeded 2019 (pre-pandemic) RevPAR levels by 6.4 percent, based on data from STR. The recovery narrative continues to be centered around room rates. While .
One in nine hospitality jobs remain vacant despite recent improvements in recruitment, new surveys from CGA by NielsenIQ and Fourth reveal. The October Business Confidence Survey, that goes out to le.
While the cost of living may be squeezing many households, travel appears to be the last item for people to do without, with U.K. travelers planning 2.5 international trips on average over the next 1.
Journalism, said British journalist Rebecca West in the 1940s, is the ability to meet the challenge of filling the space. She could never have imagined how many people would eventually fill the media.
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COVID-19 has changed how we holiday: out with crowding into airports to fly to distant resorts; in with staying close to home. Although this might seem an effective way to support local tourism while containing the virus, research by Ph.D.
Cintas Corporation (Nasdaq: CTAS) today announced the grand-prize winner and runners-up in the 2022 Cintas S.H.I.N.E. (Star Housekeepers in a New Era) Award.
Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne (EHL) is a leading hospitality university with locations in Switzerland and Singapore. EHL’s Institute of Nutrition Research & Development is conducting a series of interviews with world-renowned chefs to explore the current challenges and future innovations in their field.
The global airline industry’s path to recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic is being hampered by staff shortages and other macro factors such as the Russia-Ukraine war, and the looming global recession.