Angie Giroux is a senior editor in charge of SmartBrief's travel and hospitality content, including newsletters for the aerospace and aviation industries. Before joining SmartBrief, she was with a Washington, D.C.-based trade association.
The coronavirus pandemic has changed the airline, cruise and hotel industries, possibly forever.
Due to the rapid spread of the coronavirus, the travel business is doing what it can to adjust to the situation.
Hotel bars and restaurants everywhere spice up their drink menus during the winter.
Food and beverage programs at leading hotels know that outdoor dining isn’t just for warm months of the year, and many guests want to experience winter weather in a special way.
Travelers are increasingly seeking to up the ante with their travel experiences, creating a segment -- and opportunity -- in adventure or experiential travel.
Airlines, airports, hotels and travel advisors are taking steps toward travel options that are friendlier to the environment and lessen their carbon footprint.
Millennials and those adding leisure to business trips are growing segments for the travel industry.
Hotels and airlines are working harder than ever to make business travelers more comfortable.
As luxury increasingly intersects with wellness, hospitality providers are paying more attention to helping guests sleep in ways both big and small.
When 42% of Americans say they prefer beer to wine or liquor it makes perfect sense that many hospitality companies have jumped on the beer wagon, seeking ways to set themselves apart.