Travel & Leisure “most Romantic Hotels”

With the recent passage of the American Rescue Plan Act the Administration is again exploring extra alternatives to address the wants of tourism businesses dealing with continued losses as a outcome of COVID-19. Governor JB Pritzker at present joined the Illinois Office of Tourism and industry leaders to kick off “Time for Me to Drive,” a new campaign to advertise the return of travel throughout the state.

Together, we might help locations and travel brands achieve inclusivity targets whereas strengthening external and inner variety efforts. Among the many professionals caught at home throughout COVID-19 have been travel influencers, whose livelihoods … Read More

Now, more than ever, travelers should be tipping at hotels

The pandemic has been brutal on the hotel industry and the essential workers who keep them running. According to a new report from the American Hotel & Lodging Association, the hospitality workforce is down nearly 4 million jobs compared to the year before, and half of hotel rooms in America are projected to stay vacant in 2021.

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Economic issues aside, hotel employees also have to worry about the health concerns of working during the pandemic. While they’ve always faced dangers on the job, such as assault and sexual harassment, working in hotels now

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Whistler hotels continue to advertise travel incentives

WHISTLER (CityNews) — Some hotels in Whistler are still advertising deals and discounts, even while cases spike in the resort municipality and all British Columbians have been told to stay home.

“Travelling to whistler? Stay for 3 nights, only pay for 2,” reads one sponsored ad on Facebook promoting a limited-time deal that’s available through April 31. Another hotel is offering 30 per cent discounts on extended stays. Another is offering seven days for $797 for bookings before April 24.

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Am I allowed to visit, are hotels and restaurants open and what rules are in place?


With its dramatic landscapes and natural beauty, it’s no surprise that Scotland remains a popular destination for visitors.

In 2018 alone, 12 million overnight tourist trips were made by residents from the rest of the UK, comprising around 70 per cent of the country’s tourist revenue. And, in 2016, around one in every 12 people employed in the country worked within the tourism industry, which represented about five per cent of GDP. The country’s measured approach to the pandemic has meant that the easing of lockdown restrictions has been slower than England’s, but things are starting to change. So,

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