The Week, That Was – June 2020 Week 1

In five minutes or less, keep track of the most important news of the week, curated just for you. We present to you hand – picked news on latest industry perspectives and some general updates. Read on!!

45% of Chinese willing to travel overseas.

A recent PATA survey found that 60% of Chinese intend to travel in 2020 and 45% are willing to travel abroad.

Japan considering a travel bubble for overseas business travelers.

The country plans on prioritising entry for business people from China, South Korea, Australia and, surprisingly, the US to help boost the economy.

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HSMAI: Revenue management experts discuss strategy.

Revenue Managers, System Operators and Data Scientists share their perspectives on how to best prepare for the recovery.

US hotels win backing for ‘Stay Safe’ reopening

The Global Business Travel Association called on hotels to discuss the opportunities for collaboration and a joined-up approach to the recovery period, as properties around the world look to reopen and start welcoming guests.

How Travel Has Changed Since The Pandemic — And How It Should Change

The travel industry’s recent changes may have saved their businesses for now, but adjusting a few refund policies and cleaning rooms more thoroughly has not ensured their long-term survival.—and-how-it-should-change/#8024d384d641

How do you know if your hotel room is really clean amid coronavirus?

It’s almost impossible to find a hotel that hasn’t introduced a new sanitation program, promising its rooms are squeaky clean and will be coronavirus-free. How do you know if your hotel room is really clean?

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Hotel Guest Expectations in the time of COVID-19

For a traveler, a hotel room is like a home away from home. The one main exception however is that hundreds of strangers would have used that hotel room in the past. Hence maintaining cleanliness is very important in the hospitality industry, but with the spread of COVID-19, in which it is said that the virus can live on surfaces for a few hours to days, proper sanitization of guest rooms has become paramount.

In today’s times, it is important that hotels align with changes in guest expectations and take appropriate measures to make the guests feel safe and comfortable. eRevMax shares some tips that hotels can implement now to be future ready for when travel rebounds and guests start to pour-in.

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Fighting Coronavirus: 5 short-term revenue generation tips for hotels

As the situation surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak continues to evolve, it’s time to join forces and participate in virtual discussions to learn new revenue sources for your hotel business.

5 short-term revenue generation tips –

Self- isolation packages – Offer rooms for self-isolation stays in well sanitized rooms.

Quarantine facility – Contact your local government health bodies to offer lodging and fooding to affected people in a 14-day quarantine package rate.

WorkFromHotel space – Create a weekly package offering stay, all meals and hi-speed internet and promote to professionals who want to stay comfortably without worrying about daily chores.

Extended Stay – Focus on offering extended stay packages at affordable rates with well sanitized rooms, meals and wi-fi included, to expats that might be staying in costly rented places and looking for alternative stay options.

Brand visibility – Maintain your presence through social media and have regular contact with loyalty guests – as soon as people are ready to book, they will remember and reach out to you.

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