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    Middle East hotels ready to capitalise on workation trend

    The post Middle East hotels ready to capitalise on workation trend appeared first on TD (Travel Daily Media) Travel Daily. Hotels throughout the Middle East region are preparing to capitalise on the pent-up global demand for workations, driven in the main by the social restrictions imposed by governments across the world over the past ten months. According to research conducted as well as commissioned by Reed Travel Exhibitions, the organiser of Arabian Travel Market (ATM), many travel experts are expecting a surge in workations in 2021 and beyond, a trend that was apparent in 2019, but one which now has such pent-up demand due to the coronavirus travel restrictions. Danielle…

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    Staycation trend to carry into next year

    The post Staycation trend to carry into next year appeared first on TD (Travel Daily Media) Travel Daily. Luxury self-catering holiday company Perfect Stays predicts a staycation explosion following the end of lockdown 3.0. With the ongoing vaccination roll-out across the UK, coupled with the suspension of travel corridors and the introduction of quarantine hotels, would-be holidaymakers look to holiday closer to home this year. Perfect Stays expects a continued surge in bookings after this lockdown, similar to that after the first lockdown. In 2020, Perfect Stays saw its sales increase by 50% after the lockdown ended, compared to the same period in 2019. This sudden spike in demand resulted…

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    ‘Slow travel’ could be the next big tourism trend

    The post ‘Slow travel’ could be the next big tourism trend appeared first on TD (Travel Daily Media) Travel Daily. Pent-up demand for immersive travel experiences with no set time limit could help ‘slow travel’ become the next big tourism trend. With tourists opting for longer stays due to many being able to work remotely, and sustainability featuring more heavily in travel decisions, it is clear that slow travel could be a global phenomenon in the next few years, says GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company. Slow travel mainly refers to the speed of which a trip is taken, where travelers take a train through Europe instead of flying,…