US Virgin Islands Hotel & Tourism Association
- Key takeaways from White House restaurant executive roundtable
- Stats: Americans prefer beach vacations and road trips in 2020
- STR, Tourism Economics adjust U.S. hotel forecast downward
- Advisors concerned about hygiene and commissions, survey shows
- IHG rolls out enhanced cleanliness, well-being efforts
- Check-in with U.K. general managers on reopening plans
- My Place launches Always Clean initiative
- Abu Dhabi debuts safe and clean certification for tourism sector
- Portugal enters second phase of reopening strategy
Only 7 percent of Americans are willing to travel internationally and 72 percent prefer to drive to their next vacation.
According to STR, concerns around the safety of travel and leisure activity will dictate how long it takes the industry to regain its footing.
In a survey by Luxury Travel Advisor, the Continental U.S., Europe and the Caribbean topped their clients’ plans to travel.
The strengthened measures will give guests greater confidence and hotel teams the protection needed, according to the company.
Luxury hotel GMs in the U.K. are making preparations now for when they can again begin accepting visitors. Here’s what travelers can expect.
The program features a variety of enhancements to build greater guest confidence in the brand and its operators.
Phase One will be dedicated to hotels in Abu Dhabi, with other tourism attractions and businesses to follow. Here’s what you need to know.
Museums and other cultural amenities, as well as restaurants, terraces, promenades, shops and more have reopened.