Global Newsletter: April 06, 2020
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Monday, 6th April 2020

China hotels show recovery, Accor expects 2/3 of its branded hotels closed, thinking about CX during COVID-19 and impact of pandemics on hospitality & plan of action.

China hotels shows recovery with rising occupancies
Sunday, 5th April 2020

According to preliminary data from STR, mainland China’s daily hotel occupancy reached an absolute level of close to 31.8% on 28 March, up from a low of 7.4% during the first week of February. Additionally, opening rates have been significant in key markets across the region >>

London’s rough sleepers to be offered hotel beds to self isolate
6 Apr 2020 : Londoners sleeping rough will be given vital protection from coronavirus as the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, with support from the Government, secured 300 hotel rooms in which they can self-isolate over the coming weeks >>

Park Hotel Group secures its first green loan
6 Apr 2020 : UOB issued the loan under the UOB Real Estate Sustainable Finance Framework, the first such lending framework for the sector established by a Singapore bank >>

Accor expects 2/3 of its branded hotels to be closed soon
3 Apr 2020 : More than half Accor branded hotels worldwide are closed, likely over two thirds in the coming weeks. One piece of good news is the confirmation of initial recovery of the Chinese hotel market, with mild improvements in occupancy and F&B activity >>


How Good Hotel Marketing Can Give Group Sales A Leg Up
Monday, 6th April 2020

Your sales team has a very big job. They’re on the front lines, rolling out the red carpet for a revolving door of meeting planners. Without a doubt, this hardworking team could use an assist, and skilled marketing – from communications to collateral – is the best, most cost-effective way to deliver the support they need.

If your marketing team isn’t doing its job, the negative consequences will ripple through your group sales efforts. And vice-versa >>

Series: Impact of Epidemics and Pandemics on Hospitality & Plan of Action - Part 1 of 3
By Giovanni Angelini - Angelini Hospitality & Industry Veteran

This paper will only address major epidemics and pandemics of the past 2 decade as they have directly impacted on the travel and tourism industry. We all have to accept that epidemics/pandemics come and go and have done so for centuries >>

Plan For Restaurant And Hospitality Employers During The COVID-19 Coronavirus Outbreak
Restaurants and hospitality businesses are on the front lines of dealing with the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak, so what should you consider in the coming days, weeks, and months to deal with the COVID-19 coronavirus crisis? >>

How to Run a Hotel: Menu Planning for Your Restaurants
There’s no denying that food is at the heart of your restaurant but arriving at the selection of food items that make their way on to the menu is no quick process >>

Thinking About Customer Experience During COVID-19
Like many of our customers, friends and family, the team here at Benbria has been closely monitoring the rapidly evolving COVID-19 outbreak, and our hearts go out to all those who have been impacted around the world >>

Global Newsletter: April 03, 2020
Olympics delay devastating for Tokyo hotels, we don't need social distance, what’s in store and why are hotels acquiring boutique properties? >>

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