Hotels in gateway and non-gateway cities continue to post positive performance, but hotels in non-gateway cities are experiencing greater gains, according to research from Professor Crocker H. Liu and coauthors.
Businesses delivering products and services that help people feel connected to the world and that promote a sense of groundedness may have an advantage over competitors.
Sustainability is now considered an essential pillar of corporate strategy, according to expert panelists at the 12th Annual Sustainability Roundtable, an event hosted by the Cornell Center for Hospitality Research (CHR).
The current drops in business travel and the rise in leisure travel are making it difficult for brands to assess consumer sentiment.
Hotel price momentum normalcy can be expected next quarter, says Professor Crocker H. Liu.
The global hotel construction pipeline has reached a record high, and consumers are asking developers and brands to consider sustainable construction and design initiatives.
Experts and industry leaders joined Dean Kate Walsh to discuss factors in restarting the cruise industry, in the wake of COVID-19.
New data released by the Center for Hospitality Research and FreedomPay reveals that while nearly all surveyed retail, restaurant, and hospitality stakeholders are confident in their companies’ internal risk assessment processes, their satisfaction in the security of their systems is misaligned with reality.
The hospitality industry is bouncing back. Hotels are seeing a rebound and some hotels are rising above the pre-pandemic average.