Leisure Travel Improves for Marriott

On Friday, Maryland-based Marriott International reported a surprise third-quarter profit, helped by cost cuts and a near doubling of occupancy rates in its North American hotels from the previous quarter as leisure travel slightly rebounded. While international travel continues to be affected because of border restrictions in many countries, travel within nations has picked up […]

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International Tourism Down Significantly, but Experts Forecast Recovery Next Year

The latest data from the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) shows the hard and fast numbers from what many already suspected. International tourism is down. Travel restrictions put in place in January and February in response to the coronavirus pandemic have hampered virtually travel, as international tourism dropped 70 percent over the first eight […]

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St. Kitts and Nevis Officially Reopens for Tourists

St. Kitts & Nevis will use a phased reopening plan that starts with designating visitor into three categories – travelers from Caribbean Community (CARICOM) member states that are part of the “Caribbean bubble”; international travelers coming from a country or territory outside the “Caribbean bubble”; and returning nationals, including citizens who are passport holders, residents […]

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