If properties can continue to deliver on these measures and immunization programs such as those about to be undertaken in the U.K. are successful, it is fair to say travel could be in line for a significant bounce back later in 2021.
For more information on what you can do to make your guests feel safe and adapt to their evolving needs, we are delighted to share more in-depth findings in the full report. In this report, we share a wider range of insights on consumer behavior shifts and suggest how you can adapt accordingly to ensure your offering meets the demands of todays’ travelers.
Learn how our Consumer Research can help address your business objectives to reflect the changing needs of consumers due to COVID-19.
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