Destinations International NewsBrief

Destinations International NewsBrief is your primary resource for destination industry news.

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November 2020
Hotel Zena, part of the "Unofficial Z Collection" features art by and about women, including a unique pointillist mural of late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in the lobby.
November 2020
World Travel Tourism Council (WTTC) published a report summarizing a wealth of data and industry insights on the impact of COVID-19 on the travel and tourism sector, offering recommendations for how...
November 2020
At the Embassy Suites by Hilton in Old Town Alexandria, Va., carts loaded pre-pandemic with luggage were recently used to carry food to hospitality workers reeling. "It's heartbreaking that our...
October 2020
Jason Fong, a chief connect for all major Bali tourism operators popularly known as "The Boss of Bali." He shared his insights on how tourism hotspots like his beloved Indonesian island will evolve...
October 2020
The Australian city of Melbourne is the latest to announce it will lift restrictions after going 24 hours without a single new infection or death for the first time in four months, in sharp contrast...
October 2020
The country's tourism minister, Gustavo Segura, announced the changes Friday, citing the need to revive the country's tourism industry, which he said accounts for more than 600,000 jobs.
October 2020
Germany and France were preparing to announce restrictions approaching the level of last spring's blanket lockdowns on Wednesday as COVID deaths across Europe rose almost 40% in a week.
October 2020
Many resorts closed early last spring as the coronavirus pandemic began its first wave of infections, but as the medical community has learned more about the virus and how it spreads, outdoor...
October 2020
As you might imagine, the return of tourism is both daunting and necessary for Hawaii.
October 2020

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