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79 percent of Indian travellers interested in predictive tech that points out which countries are safe to visit: Booking.com researchopens in new window
Along with practically every aspect of our lives, the course of travel has been redefined repeatedly over the past year and a half, with seismic shifts propelling us towards a continuously evolving version of the ‘new normal.’ And while COVID-19 is not yet in the rearview mirror, an indefatigable sense of hope is beginning to take its place. To explore this hope for travel, Booking.com recently released its ‘Travel Predictions 2022 Research’, to predict how travel will continue to be redefined in 2022 and how the dependency on technology will increase as travellers plan their future travels.
20
Jan
2022
hospitality.economictimes.indiatimes.com
The Drum’s Super Bowl LVI ad scoreboardopens in new window
As part of its larger strategy to entice traveling following pandemic blues, Booking.com has purchased a 30-second spot in this year’s game.
20
Jan
2022
www.thedrum.com
Has the Pandemic Undermined Off-Season Deals?opens in new window
In 2020, a survey from Booking.com found that 58 percent of American travelers were more likely to travel during off-peak seasons — to avoid crowds and the risk of contracting or spreading Covid-19 — than they were before the pandemic. In 2021, it found the sentiment grew: nearly seven in 10 travelers said they would choose an alternative destination in order to avoid peak season.
19
Jan
2022
www.nytimes.com
ENJOY THE UK’S BEST CITIES FOR SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORT AND STAYS WITH BOOKING.COMopens in new window
There’s nothing like exploring a city on foot to get a real feel of the place. It’s the best way to discover hidden gems, interact with locals and have an experience as authentic as possible, all while keeping the environment top of mind. And if your feet become weary, explore the sights sustainably on public transport or on a bike. According to Booking.com research, more than half (57%)* of UK travellers are planning to take slower modes of transport to reduce their environmental impact in 2022. Additionally, 78%** of UK travellers are looking to prioritise sustainability accreditation when it comes to choosing a place to stay. Booking.com shares six of the UK’s best cities for sustainable transport options, including the top sustainable stays certified with Booking.com’s Travel Sustainable Badge.
19
Jan
2022
vergemagazine.co.uk
2022 And Beyond: Sustainability In Hospitality And Tourismopens in new window
As we enter 2022, we hope and foresee the hospitality industry taking mindful steps to implement more innovative practices to benefit guests and foster environmental-friendly practices. The hospitality sector is constantly taking steps to integrate social responsibility and environmental-friendly practices. Post pandemic, as public awareness grows, most travellers are opting for healthy sustainable practices. According to Booking.com 2022 Sustainable Travel Report, 87 percent of global travelers prefer to travel sustainably, as travelers are now opting for conscious travelling modes while keeping a check on hygiene.
13
Jan
2022
hospitality.economictimes.indiatimes.com

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