What Countries Can Americans Travel To? Here's Your July Update
July is an exciting month for international travel as more countries open their borders to foreign travelers. Airlines are offering more domestic and international flight options than in the last few months. However, there are still many countries that Americans cannot travel to this summer.
Strong Indications Consumer Confidence Is Slowly Returning
Consumer confidence is slowly returning, with two main trends: short-term booking windows and long-term reservations towards the end of 2021, reports the latest edition of the Duetto Pulse Report, which tracked data from June 15-28 across three key hotel metrics - bookings, cancellations and web traffic.
Hotel Spa: 12 Steps Toward the Path to Spa Recovery
The hospitality industry is facing the greatest challenge in our lifetime as hotels around the world have been closed, international borders restricted, and flights cancelled in response to the novel coronavirus pandemic. There is no question that travel will return, but it won't be easy and the hospitality...
Marketing to groups looking to buy out entire hotels
Some hoteliers have realized that one way to bring in business during the coronavirus crisis is to rent out their entire properties.
Is This the End of the Single Meeting Business Trip?
The days of traveling for a single meeting could soon be numbered as the pandemic shifts priorities and budgets when it comes to corporate travel. The lone meeting may soon be relegated to an extravagance of the past.
Hospitality Brand onefinestay Grows Its Villa Collection With The Launch Of 40 Premium Villas In Saint-Tropez
Paris - onefinestay , the leading hospitality brand offering the world's finest homes and service, announces the addition of Saint-Tropez to its growing Villa Collection. From super-slick hideaways to classically French retreats, onefinestay has curated 40 exceptional villas in the sunkissed region,...
Change is on the Horizon: What's Next for Marketing in a Post-Pandemic World
Around the world and across industries, marketers now face arguably one of the toughest challenges of their careers. There is, after all, no universally established gold-standard for marketing during a wide-spread pandemic, because a global crisis of this magnitude is hardly 'textbook'. As the media...
Getting Back On The Road: 9 Things To Plan For As Travel Resumes
Around the world, travel restrictions are gradually being eased. In recent weeks, a number of countries have allowed domestic travel to resume. Some have even restarted - or announced plans to restart - international travel through the formation of "travel bubbles" and "travel corridors", where borders...
Flying Post-COVID-19 Air Travel: What You Need to Know
The COVID-19 pandemic is changing the globe, including how we travel. Be prepared for the new normal when it comes to airline travel, by checking out the expected changes listed below.
Airline Bookings Start To Tumble Again As Coronavirus Cases Spike
Airline trabut so are American coronavirus cases. That spike could put the aviation rebound in reverse.
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