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The cutting-edge technology that’ll make cruising safe again

Professor Chekitan Dev says that the cruise line industry, where vacationers are almost always in close proximity, will need to implement a lot of changes.

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What restaurants will survive coronavirus?

Lecturer Christopher Gaulke, a food and beverage expert, discusses the restaurants that will come back post-COVID, and those that will not.

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Rosewood announces July reopening of Las Ventanas Al Paraiso in Los Cabos

Professor Chekitan Dev says travelers to sunny resorts will have to trust local authorities it’s safe and hotels have plans for those who might get sick.

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Safety is now the sexiest word in travel

Senior Lecturer Reneta McCarthy says hotel brands marketing safety as an amenity are likely to be effective in getting people to travel again.

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US hotels reopen – but with new rules in place

Professor Chekitan Dev discusses new hotel protocols to keep guests safe against possible COVID-19 exposure.

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How grab-and-go food chains are adjusting to coronavirus reality

Professor Alex Susskind says extra costs due to COVID-19 could lead restaurants to increase some menu prices.

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Hotels turned their lobbies into a social hub. Then came the coronavirus.

From high-end functions to a hotel’s living room, Senior Lecturer Stephani Robson discusses the evolution of the lobby—now impacted by COVID-19 protocols.

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North Coast wineries fight for survival amid the coronavirus pandemic

Senior Lecturer Stephani Robson discusses how wineries, and their tasting rooms, will be impacted by COVID-19 safety precautions.

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What luxury hotels stays will be like after Coronavirus, from check-in to check-out

SHA Dean Kate Walsh says that luxury resort and hotel properties are in an optimal position to lead the way.