Travelocity | August 25, 2020
DALLAS, Aug. 25, 2020 - After a summer travel season that saw travelers largely reserving trips last minute, close to home and with safety top of mind, Labor Day weekend – the last hurrah of summer – is looking like it, too, will feel a bit different this year. As Travelocity® reveals its travel predictions ahead of the end-of-summer holiday, demand, search and survey data shows this Labor Day will be longer, socially distant and all-important with many families venturing out for possibly the first time all summer. A Travelocity survey in May1 revealed that most families were postponing or planning their first leisure trip during C...
Zongqing Zhou | June 16, 2020
By Dr. Zongqing Zhou It is relatively difficult to predict summer travel, particularly after the massive national protests that add a potentially tide-turning consumer psychological breaker. But, if the protests do not trigger a second wave of the pandemic, the threat of contamination by the coronavirus will be drastically reduced in the minds of the travelers and we may expect a more peaceful and steady increase of travel for the latter part of summer. We won't know, though, until the two-week window is over, which brings us to the end of June. To the contrary, if the protests induce a second wave of the pandemic, consumers will ...
Industry Experts at Preferred Hotels & Resorts Reveal Top Travel Trends and Hot Destinations for 2020
Preferred Hotels & Resorts | December 4, 2019
NEWPORT BEACH, CALIFORNIA – December 4, 2019: Travel and hospitality professionals across the globe are preparing to usher in a new decade of travel, focusing on up-and-coming destinations, increasingly popular lodging trends, and fresh ways to experience travel in a meaningful way that impacts the way people view the world. With more than 50 years of industry experience, the experts at Preferred Hotels & Resorts – the world’s largest independent hotel brand with more than 750 properties in 85 countries – are sharing their insights and tips for the year ahead. · CONSCIOUS TRAVEL – According to the Sustainab...
January 12, 2016
What's Trending in Travel, Hospitality, Culinary and Wellness in the Year Ahead 2015 was a good one for travel - hotel occupancy rates hit an all-time high, travel companies worldwide went above and beyond to meet travelers' demands for wellness and technological advancements, and hotels' commitment to sustainability continued to pick up steam, but NYC-based Hawkins International PR predicts that 2016 will be an even better year for travel. With airfare prices expected to remain relatively steady, U.S. business travel volume predicted to reach 502.8 million person-trips in 2016 and over one-third of millennials (who account...
Hotels.com | November 23, 2015
- Hotels.com makes travel predictions for the year 2016 based on current trends - Many underrated domestic and international destinations forecasted to gain traction for their unique offerings DALLAS, Nov. 23, 2015 -- In a constantly evolving tourism industry, new offerings, attractions and experiences are making travelers more apt to explore unique and underrated destinations to satisfy their inner wanderlust. As 2016 rapidly approaches, Hotels.com® is revealing its Top 10 Travel Predictions for the new year through an analysis of travel demand changes over the last two years* on the website. "For 2016 we're foreseeing an ...
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