Virtual Roundtable: How Luxury Hotels are Preparing for the Post-pandemic World

In our first webinar, we took a look at some of the challenges currently facing the lodging sector and ways in which hotel groups are gearing up for recovery.

While the travel and tourism industry is nothing if not resilient, the Covid-19 outbreak has brought with it unprecedented challenges that reach into every aspect of life. Hotels have been among the hardest-hit businesses, and how they respond to the crisis will be crucial to the recovery of tourism in the post-pandemic world. This discussion brings together a coterie of industry experts to share their insights on topics ranging from what the guest experience will look like in the future to consumer messaging and whether larger international chains are likely to instill more confidence in future guests than small independent properties.

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