BRG Danang Golf Resort Hotel is opposite the Sheraton Grand Danang Resort, which hosted a gala dinner welcoming leaders of 21 APEC market economies in 2017; and right next to the 36-hole BRG Danang Golf Resort with a unique combination of design by global golfing legends Jack Nicklaus and Greg Norman. … [Read more...] about BRG Group announces BRG Danang Golf Resort Hotel Project
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All of this momentum came to an abrupt halt the weekend of July 26, reverting the COVID-19 sentiment to panic and freezing Việt Nam’s economy as a whole and tourism in particular once again. Within two days, 31,000 guests from HCM City cancelled their bookings; an estimated 70-80 per cent of tour groups scheduled for the end of July and beginning of August travels from Ha Noi cancelled, and although most cancellations involved Đà Nẵng, a ripple effect was seen as tours to Phú Quốc, Đà Lạt and Nha Trang were affected as well. VNAT expressed concerns that many travel and accommodation companies would not be able to recover from the second wave of COVID-19 as losses exceeded predictions after six months. … [Read more...] about Surviving the second wave: How city hotels can curb the impacts of COVID-19
A Premier Inn logo is pictured outside one of the company's hotels in Doncaster, northern England, on September 22, 2020. British leisure group Whitbread, owner of Premier Inn hotels, announced Tuesday that it could axe up to 6,000 jobs and blamed "subdued" travel demand during the coronavirus pandemic. Whitbread, which also owns restaurants including Brewers Fayre and Beefeater, said it will consult on the cutbacks that would amount to almost a fifth of its workforce.(Paul ELLIS / AFP) Whitbread, which owns also restaurant brands including Beefeater and Brewers Fayre, said the cuts would number almost one fifth of its workforce. … [Read more...] about UK owner of Premier Inn hotels eyes 6,000 job losses
Most tour operators said that despite their efforts to come up with new tours, sales are only about 30 per cent of the number compared to June and July. If the pandemic is further controlled and international flight routes reopen, the tourism market will be brighter. … [Read more...] about Quality tours at affordable prices needed to stimulate tourism market
The survey also pointed out that in 2019, hoteliers remain wary about some of Vietnam’s issues regarding hotel and tourism development. Poor infrastructure, increasing competition and hotels’ operating costs are the top concerns by hotels. While partcipants are less worried about the impact of environmental problems, 21.9 per cent of them consider it to be highly impactful. … [Read more...] about How can hoteliers seek recovery in the COVID-19 era?