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.
Following a long stretch of stay-at-home orders, consumers are eager to get out and travel according to a new research study from Oracle and Skift. Just over half (51%) of people surveyed in both North and Latin America plan to book trips in the next six months, while 38% of those in Asia-Pacific and Europe are planning get-aways.
MUNICH 7 July 2020: Today, apaleo announced the release of its latest white paper, Get a Grip on Guest Payments. The focus of this free download is to understand the challenges hotels are currently f.
If you plan on traveling again soon, rest assured that hotels are doing everything they can to make.
Europe's tourism-dependent economy is being hard hit by the lack of some 15 million U.S. tourists this summer. This due to the ongoing travel ban dished up by the EU last week. It's already hurting, with billions of dollars in losses predicted.
The "new normal" cannot be implemented without sustainability as a core value that underpins the entire business structure. From interior design to food waste, it's now time to reconcile long-term vi.
When COVID-19 kicked in here in Switzerland and we were told to go home and work remotely the foreseeable future, I was concerned. I was coming into the first weeks of coaching our Student Business Projects (SBP).
Geneva - Continuously striving to reinforce its commitment to improve environmental impacts and support social initiatives is a key objective of Kempinski Hotels. To further expand the partnership with Clean the World, a leader in global health dedicated to sustainability around water, sanitation and hygiene, in the past six months more Kempinski hotels have joined the programme and the number continues to grow.
While many properties are still trying to figure out the best way to ensure the physical safety of their guests, we can't ignore that this pandemic has hit people's wellbeing hard. Travel has always been a 'cure for what ails you', but if you haven't noticed - people are changing.
As more and more countries around the world begin to announce steps to ease COVID-19 restrictions, the hospitality industry is preparing its strategy for reopening and re-emerging into a new era for hotels.
On March 17, 2020, Nevada's Governor Steve Sisolak ordered the closure of Nevada's non-essential businesses and urged residents to implement social-distancing measures to reduce spreading COVID-19. Governor Sisolak authorized certain businesses, including restaurants, barbershops, hair salons, and most retail businesses, to reopen with limitations beginning May 9, 2020, and Nevada began its emergence from the pandemic shutdown.