According to research by Destination Analysts, 47% of Americans would feel either happy or very happy to receive a travel-related gift this holiday season
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....
The most recent wave of COVID infections has once again hit the airline industry hard. As the holidays approach, the airlines are pessimistic and seeking government assistance. Airlines for America Chief Executive Nick Calio estim
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.
On this episode of Say Yes to Travel, host Sarah Dandashy sat down with Will Seggos, Technology and Digital Strategy Director for View Hotels and noted hospitality consultant.
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.
This week Jeb Morris asks "how do cities bring visitors back to downtown to shop, eat, and support local businesses?"
In late September, we saw through a series of studies that people were still very eager to travel. But, as the fourth quarter of 2020 kicks off and we start winding toward the holidays, will...
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.
In a recent MMGY Travel Intelligence study, 64% of travelers still expect to take a leisure trip within the next six months.
Few industries have been hit as hard by the global pandemic as the airline industry. Even as the U.S. State Department lifts its “Do not travel,” advisory, travel is merely trickling back. With business travelers...
To prepare for an international flight, we found ourselves jumping through hoops to get a COVID test 72 hours prior to her flight.
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...
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.
Concierge Timothy DeRodeff, who is also vice president of the Los Angeles Concierge Association, shares his story about the shutdown and getting back to work.
Travel and airline industry leaders James Larounis, Saniya Shah and Bill Herp explore how Southwest Airline’s scaling back of COVID-related cleaning protocols could have a ripple effect on the rest of the industry.
Many travelers have had their attention on flights and hotels, but avid cruisers are eagerly awaiting for the green light to cruise again.
This week on Say Yes To Travel, Sarah Dandashy sits down with John Dekker, one of the best Travel Agents she knows. He was a guest on this podcast back in April--he is so knowledgeable,...