Last week, Omni began reopening some of its properties in the U.S including Omni Austin Hotel Downtown; Omni Barton Creek Resort & Spa; Omni La Mansiòn del Rio; Omni Mokara Hotel & Spa; Omni Fort Worth Hotel; and Omni Frisco Hotel.
All Club Med properties will operate at a maximum resort capacity of 65%.
Marriott, Hilton, and Hyatt all reported business in Greater China is starting to bounce back – a hopeful sign of what’s to come worldwide.
The three new properties in the coastal resort town of Tulum will fall under the company’s new By Dream Hotel Group brand.
MGM this week also unveiled a new set of health protocols for both its employees and its guests that it hopes will ensure “a very, safe, controlled environment.”
EVP and Chief Marketing Officer Lisa Checchio tells TMR how Wyndham is preparing for travel’s return.
The company’s concentration in the select service segment provides a path for strong recovery and sustained growth.
“Travel advisors have always been able to really cater to what people want in a vacation. They are constantly dealing with the travelers’ preferences, and now there are going to be new widespread preferences, like avoiding crowds. They’re wondering ‘how can I visit the places I want to go, but still remain safe?’ and I think that’s going to be hard for most travelers to do on their own. So getting someone who’s an expert in certain areas will make a huge difference, not only in helping travelers have a great experience, but also giving them peace of mind having someone with knowledge and expertise working for them.”