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.
News, features and articles written by the IHS team and our knowledgeable contributors on the topic of COVID-19, specifically in the hospitality sector.
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.
GoTab, providers of cost-effective, contactless technology used by food and beverage establishments to facilitate mobile-based ordering and payment of restaurant tabs, has joined the IHS Network.
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.
How does a hotel, timeshare, etc., maintain a superior level of customer service in an age of mask-wearing, social distancing, and vaccination requirements?
Innovation blossoms from hardship and necessity, and we are committed to exploring new products to help you through these difficult times. Stay tuned for ongoing updates related to this essential area of focus.
This is a partial list of COVID-19 resources, programs and funds available to hospitality businesses and employees in the US.
Ron Sering looks at what hotels, resorts, and restaurants can do now to maintain solvency, support staff, and weather the economic impact of COVID-19.