Julius Robinson, chief sales and marketing officer, U.S. and Canada for Marriott International, stated that the conversation regarding service issues, staffing and other hotel guest concerns “is mostly behind us.”
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The AHLA is expanding its recruitment campaign after a poll showed that 97% of participants said they are suffering a personnel shortfall.
International travelers entering the United States will no longer be required to undergo COVID testing after pressure from the industry.
Travel industry speaks out on inbound testing ahead of Senate hearing on “Reviving Conventions & Tourism Through International Travel” held by the Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation subcommittee.
According to the latest Longwoods International tracking study of American travelers, the rising cost of gas and plane tickets has replaced COVID-19 as a major concern entering the summer travel season.
John Heffernan considers the impact of hospitality brands relying on increased pricing to compensate for COVID losses at the expense of customer service.
Hawaii’s emergency proclamation expires on March 25, 2022 and The Safe Travels Hawaii program will end for domestic travelers.
According to the Adobe Digital Economy Index, which analyzes data from six of the country’s top ten airlines and over 150 billion web visitors, bookings for domestic flights in February have now surpassed pre-pandemic levels.
Major travel-related organizations are urging the Biden administration to lift COVID restrictions and regulations, which are stifling the $2 trillion+ tourism business in the United States.
Guests who have been completely vaccinated against COVID-19 will no longer be required to wear masks indoors or outside at Universal Orlando, the company has announced.