BookingCW Hotel Reservations, one of the leading platforms for booking accommodation online, has seen a large increase in demand for short stays and serviced apartments.
Providing an online service for booking hotel rooms and accommodation for a range of budgets in popular cities and tourism destinations, BookingCW Hotel Reservations is benefitting from a large influx in new tourism demand, where hotels have seen a strong rebound over the summer.
Thanks to a worldwide effort to vaccinate citizens including through the World Health Organisation’s COVAX programme, there has been a revival in international travel which has helped airlines increase the number of flights available progressively over the past several months.
As soon as Britain and other countries in Europe began to unlock their strict hotel quarantine requirements, tourism businesses saw an immediate overnight increase in demand. This was especially the case when Britain removed its PCR requirements for vaccinated travellers returning from France earlier this year.
Hotels, which have been struggling through the pandemic, are finally seeing a strong recovery that could help pave the way for further growth in the sector well into Q4.
BookingCW Hotel Reservations also provides easy search options for users looking to explore the latest accommodation options, with access to agents that can assist travellers requiring extra support or luxury travel planning.
With Europe, the Middle East and Asia bringing back tourism, there’s optimism from the hotel industry that increased international travel could help to recover lost momentum in the previous year.
And according to a recent market survey carried out by Amadeus, hotel demand was up nearly 50% year-on-year, despite restrictions remaining, which could indicate an even stronger rebound next year when other countries have managed to vaccinate more of their citizens.
Have you booked your next hotel to go abroad this year or considered an international trip in the next few months?
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Source: The Britonian