Restaurants have always had one primary goal: providing the optimal dining experience that will keep tables filled from open to close
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As far as the concierge profession goes, the most significant change—which lends itself perfectly to the nature of a concierge—is the need to wear multiple hats.
In today's episode, Serge Ethuin, the General Manager of the Hotel Metropole Monte-Carlo shared a bit of his journey through the coronavirus crisis—from the trials and tribulations to the small victories as well.
Despite travel restrictions around the globe, Melnick has still been able to create travel content.
Despite a severe hit to its travel-based business model as a result of the pandemic, Airbnb has seen a rebound and is positive about building upon the net profits it saw in the last quarter....
SGS is also working on a COVID-19 testing program for travelers where PCR or antigen tests can be performed so that people can prove they are allowed to travel.
This week Sarah sits down with the the dynamic mother-daughter duo, behind Boutique & Lifestyle Leaders Association (BLLA) and Stay Boutique.
Say Yes To Travel with host Sarah Dandashy is leading the discussion around travel and what to expect in the hospitality industry— and it's going live.
In today's interview, Brittany Noelle, the founder of Black Women Travels, shared some of her experiences in travel as a young black woman and what she is doing to help encourage more options for black...
This week Say Yes To Travel explores how a hotel partnering with John Hopkins Medicine International translates into the guest experience.
How do you push the taste of your community or find the next star chef?
The COVID-19 pandemic is still forcing restaurants to find new and agile solutions to help diners feel comfortable.
This week on Say Yes To Travel, Sarah discusses key developments that are happening around the world that will facilitate the return of international travel on a large scale.
When it comes to hotel marketing, travelers do not want to read about deals. Deals are not driving traffic these days. Cleanliness and safety are more important.
On this week's episode of Say Yes to Travel, we got to sit down with Jonathan Capps, Vice President of Revenue, and Gavin Royster, Director of Development, at Charlestowne Hotels.
Small business restaurants have been particularly hard hit by COVID’s lockdown measures. In NYC, a COVID hotspot, restaurants have only recently reopened to limited capacity. As the weather cools and outdoor dining becomes more di
Sarah Dandashy is fresh off of her first "real" pandemic trip. She took a road trip to Sedona a month ago, but this trip included not only her first flight, but an international flight and...
Through this new partnership, Hotel Effectiveness will deliver optimized labor costs for many of the company’s 1,400+ hotels.
With his social media expertise, Calvin Tilokee has spent his 2020 bridging the gap between hotels and social media strategy.
Motivated by a family history spanning over 100 years in the kitchen supply business, Kalick set out to rethink how the industry approaches its toolset.
Polls have found that destinations within 300 miles seems to be the comfort zone of most Americans—indicating this could be the summer of road trips.
On this Business Casual segment, hosts Daniel Litwin and Tyler Kern sourced thoughts from Blue Canary Co-Founder Dan Ryan to highlight an industry leader’s perspective on Southwest Airlines’ recent decision to scale back COVID-19-