A new report from the ratings agency highlights that slightly more than half of hoteliers believe the worst of the crisis is over, yet they expect that the road to recovery could be long.
Filip Boyen, chief executive of Forbes Travel Guide, said: “Our industry is poised and ready to receive guests once again after months of reimagination, training, and preparation.”
The exclusive one-day program provides a unique learning opportunity for hoteliers worldwide to test business strategies without risk ahead of post-quarantine operations.
Forbes Travel Guide has introduced a new set of complimentary ‘back-to-work best practice’ guidelines. The advice includes helpful service hints that illustrate how best to apply the recommendations while maintaining an exceptional level of service.
As the Middle Eastern hospitality community emerges from the Covid-19 pandemic, Breaking Travel News editor Chris O’Toole has led an expert panel to examine the impact of the outbreak on the business travel market.
Taking over as chief executive of Forbes Travel Guide just under a year ago, Filip Boyen now leads one of the most exclusive hospitality ratings organisations in the world. Here he tells Breaking Travel News editor, Chris O’Toole, about the changing face of the industry and how he expects to see the company grow in the coming years
Only six London hotels have been awarded with a coveted five-star rating from Forbes Travel Guide. These are: 45 Park Lane; Claridge’s; The Dorchester; The Lanesborough London; Four Seasons Hotel at Park Lane and The Savoy. Plus two London hotel spas have been awarded a five-star rating: The Spa at Four Seasons and The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, London.