Results for "bleisure travel"
Q&A: Meet EOS Hospitality’s Managing Director Tom Burns
This is a part of a series of guest posts from our partner Resort Capital Partners. Tom Burns, managing director for acquisitions at EOS...
Part 3: How to serve client, supplier and stakeholder business travelers
Corporate travel is crucial to success, but COVID-19 and inflation have complicated matters. As the world slowly recovers, the pendulum is starting to swing back towards client, supplier and stakeholder business travel.
Part 2: How to serve conference and expo business travelers
The conference and expo business traveler segment is diverse, covering personas ranging from sales “road warriors” to the C-suite and age ranges from millennials, zillenials and Gen Zers to Gen X and Boomers.
Part 1: How to serve today’s digital nomad and bleisure travelers
From hotel and lodging to air travel, digital nomads and bleisure travelers are impacting business travel in ways being felt across the board.
Hotels increase wellness options, amenities for guests
A recent survey by Hilton that finds that wellness activities are top-of-mind for business travelers, and owners of Peloton bikes say they are more likely to choose hotels that have these available.
Airport lounges step up their game to serve millennials, solo travelers
Millennials and those adding leisure to business trips are growing segments for the travel industry.
How airlines, hotels are expanding business travel programs
Hotels and airlines are working harder than ever to make business travelers more comfortable.
Tech-driven innovations from other sectors that travel brands need to steal
With AT&T soon rolling out 5G in about a dozen US cities, this long-anticipated technology is becoming a reality and will further transform travel into a mobile game.
Technology, planning help travelers stay safe, healthy
Nothing is more important than safety when traveling in unfamiliar surroundings. Knowing where to stay, the contents of food and beverages, and how to handle an emergency all are essential to a safe and pleasant business or leisure trip.
Workplaces, hotels see bleisure as a growing norm for business travel
Combining a leisure excursion with business travel, also known as “bleisure,” is growing in popularity among corporate travelers.