Marriott Bonvoy, the loyalty program from Marriott International, has released a redesigned, more intuitive version of its mobile app in anticipation of increased desire and demand for travel this year.
Good news for any Marriott Bonvoy member who’s got a stash of points to use: Marriott plans to add 19 all-inclusive resorts to its portfolio through an agreement with Sunwing Travel Group’s hotel division, Blue Diamond Resorts.
Edinburgh airport has expanded its COVID-19 testing facilities. with the addition of a new rapid lateral flow test service giving results in 20 minutes.
Intercontinental Hotels Group has announced a brand refresh which it says reflects “the hotel group’s purpose of True Hospitality for Good, its evolving story, portfolio and the needs of hotel owners, consumers, and communities around the world”.
Marriott has debuted its Autograph Collection in Singapore with the opening of Duxton Reserve Singapore, a rebranding of the former Six Senses Duxton property.
Accor has announced the rollout of its new digital room key technology.
As COVID-19 cases are increasing in Dubai, new restrictions have been put in place.
Singapore has halted Reciprocal Green Lane (RGL) business travel agreements with Germany, Korea and Malaysia until May 2021.
Emirates and Etihad airways have stopped flying to the United Kingdom from 13:00 today (29th January,2021), following the addition of UAE to the UK government’s ‘red list’ of banned destinations.
United States’ president Joe Biden does not plan to lift the travel ban on non-US citizens arriving from Ireland, the United Kingdom, Brazil and other European countries.