This article highlights a few recommendations that India's Union Budget 2022-23 can focus on to help the Indian travel and hospitality sector during these trying times.
Arlington County hotels experienced unprecedented declines in demand during the COVID-19 pandemic, similar to most metropolitan areas in the United States. Considering the area’s large number of demand generators, Arlington hotels are well positioned for a recovery, albeit a slow one. How far did the Arlington hotel market fall? What factors will shape this recovery?
Chandigarh’s hotel sector has recovered quicker than many other Indian hotel markets, thanks to its strategic location as the gateway for travelers heading to various leisure destinations in the Himalayan region, as well as demand from the wedding segment. Read on to know more.
The pandemic, Brexit and ongoing supply issues have prompted key changes in the UK’s hotel sector, many of which are long-term, if not permanent. HVS London chairman Russell Kett outlines seven changes that businesses can’t afford to ignore as we move into 2022.
The term ‘collaborative innovation’ is frequently used in the context of technology or software development, but hardly ever with the Indian hospitality industry. Read on to know more.
2022 will be a crucial year for the Indian hotel sector as it continues its uphill journey on the long road to post-COVID recovery. As we enter the new year, let us look at the top trends that are likely to shape the sector in the year ahead.
The Indian hotel sector once again showed resilience in 2021, navigating through uncertainty, adapting to an ever-changing environment, and persevering through the ups and downs on the rocky path to recovery by building on the lessons learned the year before. Read on to know more.
The pandemic has created a whole new segment of local staycations, and business hotels now have the opportunity to attract this segment even when business travel returns to its peak.
Road development is a key priority for the Indian government and the massive investments planned to upgrade the country's road network augurs well for the tourism and hospitality sectors.
Corporate travel has been picking up momentum, albeit slowly, as in-person meetings are finally back. Read on to know more.