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Singapore opens to vaccinated US and Canadian travelers, rising costs, staffing shortages and multi-speed recovery play havoc and more...
Singapore opens to vaccinated US and Canadian travelers Monday, 11th October 2021
With Singapore's high vaccination rate, the destination is moving to the next step of the safe reopening of the tourism sector by implementing local measures to keep travelers and residents safe, abiding by the requirements on COVID-19 prevention and Singapore public health regulations.
With visitor's safety being a top priority, Singapore has implemented Safe Travel Lanes to facilitate travel, providing details on testing protocols, vaccination requirements, and other distancing and social regulations >> Rising costs, staffing shortages and multi-speed recovery play havoc with the UK hotel sector 9 Oct 2021 : Resetting the hotel balance sheet to be fit for recovery was the theme of the latest conference >> Preferred Hotels & Resorts choose The Hotels Network to drive member hotel booking growth 11 Oct 2021 : Preferred Hotels & Resorts has partnered with The Hotels Network (THN), an innovative technology company offering a platform designed for hoteliers and hotel groups to boost bookings made through their direct and brand channels >> All-inclusive by Marriott Bonvoy welcomes first Autograph 10 Oct 2021 : Featuring limitless opportunities and endless experiences for the discerning leisure traveler, All-Inclusive by Marriott Bonvoy officially welcomes 20 one-of-a-kind resorts as part of the Autograph Collection Hotels brand >>
2022 – A Magical Year or More Misery? Monday, 11th October 2021
That’s easy – our hospitality forecast says the bumpy ride is coming to an end and we should assume 6 more months; October through March might remain uneven or bumpy.
Why? Because business travel is not back and group business is just starting to book going forward. International travel will likely return in April, 2022 when we should be back to 2019 numbers. The 2022 hospitality forecast says you should hang in there! >> How Should You Prepare Your Hotel for the Winter Season? While the hospitality industry is doing its best to recover, it is facing challenges, of course – one being a staff shortage and another being general uncertainty as to what the future holds and when we will see a full recovery >> In case you've missed it: Global eNews of October 08, 2021 Frustration with travel restrictions grows, Chase and Hyatt launch credit card, investing in Travel & Tourism and more >>
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