Innovative health protocols include fresh air in all public spaces, industry-leading virus neutralizing air filters, virtual queues, reduced ship capacity, regular virus testing for Crew, thermal monitoring cameras and leading partnerships with AtmosAir Solutions and EcoLab.
Updates include the latest guidance and best practices on indoor dining, ventilation, mask use, encouraging vaccinations for employees, cleaning and sanitizing, hand washing, health monitoring, policies for ill or exposed employees, and COVID-19 precaution training.
After a year stuck at home, the majority of U.S. consumers, 70%, say they want to start traveling again, with more than 50% planning one to two vacations in the next six months, according to Discover’s annual travel survey.
This payment trend is forecasted to stay even after the pandemic. It’s essential for restaurants and hotels to keep up with the QR code payments revolution as consumers resume traveling and dining out.
Hotel brands must ensure they capture guests early in the booking funnel, providing trip planning suggestions, promoting top destinations, and showcasing positive reviews to appeal to the desire to plan and research.
Nearly a quarter (24%) of hospitality sector decision-makers are using their existing video systems for people counting, including room occupancy monitoring or to report people density levels in reception areas, bars, lounges, and vestibules where guests are likely to congregate.